Cons: undefined and unclear objectives, unmotivated field staff, low budgets
Most of their workforce is contractor based. There is minimum security in any of these positions as bookings are based on the relationship with the individual client service agents, not the company at large.
Objectives of contracts are vague and typically micromanaged. Field people do not have the freedom to make small decisions in the normal course – more... of doing their jobs.
The organization as a whole opt for a cost-efficient approach to experiential marketing. Compensation are on the low end of industry average when working directly with Brand Connections. Typically, there will only be one BC employee/contractor on a campaign and every other person on-site is hired through a very low budget staffing agency. This provides a challenge for the field manager as they have to manage low-paid contractors who have not been screened and see no benefit in doing a good job (they are hired for "day only" and are paid whether they do a good job or not).
Altogether, be wary when applying for a job with this company. – less