Senior Vice President (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 16, 2018
Weber has a great culture, generally. Senior management is very involved in the daily work, but not in a micro-management kind of way. They're mostly do-ers, and will get in the work with you to get it done. People are friendly and fun and the pay is pretty good.
BUSINESS MANAGER (Current Employee) – St. Louis, MO – July 19, 2017
Great culture. Interesting and challenging work. Excellent advancement and growth opportunities. Leadership is interested in developing the staff. Like other competitive companies, you'll put in your time, but you'll enjoy the work along with your peers.
Creative/Intellectual Workforce but Lacking Management Support/Direction
Account Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 10, 2017
Great company with a strategic vision I believe in, one that separates us from other PR firms. Love the people I work with - the favorite part of my day is when I get to bring together 10-15 people for a brainstorm. Work/life balance can be difficult if you don't establish boundaries. Company is slowly but surely expanding career path opportunities although, for people who have been with the company for years, it may be too little too late.
Colleagues across the world go the extra mile to help you out when you have questions or need advice, Great people - creative, intelligent, gener with their time, Countless resources to help you learn and deliver for clientouss (digital, paid, video, executive visibility, influencer programs, etc.)
Management too busy focusing on new business to focus on talent development and career opportunities, Leads to strong talent going elsewhere
Account Executive (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 27, 2017
You have to learn how to maintain a work/life balance as PR is not 9-5, but great opportunities for advancement. The benefits are really great too and the PTO really allows you to take well deserved breaks.
Assistant Account Executive (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 4, 2017
Not much respect for entry level employees, who work their tails off day-in and day-out. Great client roster, but if you're fresh out of college or have a ton of experience, don't expect it to be used. No work life balance, and the hierarchy system is insane. There is very little investment in employee's happiness.
Group Manager (Current Employee) – Manhattan, NY – January 25, 2017
Good place to work and provides decent work and life balance for employees. I have had a good experience and have touched a good aamount of lifestyle accounts. They can work harder on creating balanced team structures and greater work life balance.