Productive fun place filled with great people and technology
Exhibits Manager (Former Employee) – Addison, IL – January 3, 2014
Learned how to manage World of Concrete, an 800,000 trade show with over 20,000 attendees. Gained knowledge of operations, logistics and floor plan management. I really enjoyed the variety of work in both the national and World of Concrete Argentina, Panama & Mexico.
Contract Production Designer (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – June 20, 2013
I did Fedex legal sheet and a saw blade catalog. Great work team and everyone seemed to know what they were doing. Management was very good. Great project managers. No inner fighting in the company that I could tell.
Initially a terrific place to work but corporate climate soured when significant job cuts were intitiated
Senior Research Associate (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – April 30, 2013
I originally loved coming to work at Hanley Wood; however, the current climate has changed significantly with frequent lay-offs and replacements with younger, less experienced employees. There seems to be little attempt to transition current employees into different positions.
Property Research Associate (Former Employee) – Costa Mesa, CA – March 6, 2013
With management who cares for your well being, provide plenty of resources, perks and benefits, along with considerate co-workers around you, the rigorous work load for a day's worth can go by like a breeze.
Productive place of work, open management style that allows for professional and personal growth.
Research Associate (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 7, 2012
I learned many things about the housing industry working at this company. The management style allowed for me to be independent in my work which gave me confidence to perform to my top ability while at the same time providing numerous opportunity for in depth training and continuing work education.
Senior Web Producer (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – October 1, 2012
Although I was laid off, the company operates as finely-tuned machine which has allowed it to be profitable and successful over the years. The keep lean and are not frivolous with how they spend money. They are strategic and smart. I enjoyed my time there.
limited communication from management. big changes are often announced at the last minute.
anonymous (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – September 21, 2012
Not the place for digital folks, but they are striving to be. Some accounts run smoother than others. There are always the client services staff that are all anout meeting the client's needs, and don't necessarily understand what it entails to meet those demands, but at the end of the day. (and I'm talking 10-12 hour days), it's just mrketing!
pay, work load, horrible benefits, crabby co-workers