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Company with lots of knowledge, but people move very often

3.0 of 5 stars

July 2015 | FORMER EMPLOYEE

Uppers

Great exposure to different things, many opportunities to learn from top notch media people.

Downers

Pay can be low, average age quite young (large proportion under 30s) and thus high people turnover

Advice to Candidates

giant organisation to work for, has many different units and thus many opportunities for learning. In some subsidiaries promotions are easier that others, culture can vary greatly between owned companies.

Terrible Leadership, but a Global Powerhouse

3.0 of 5 stars

July 2015 | CURRENT EMPLOYEE

Uppers

The pay, for the ad industry, wasn't too bad. The people I got to work with were absolutely stellar and really smart. It's a wonderful place to start a career and learn a ton of new skills that are hard to learn else. And, you get decent visibility into top ad-related projects.

Downers

This company works you into the ground. The hours are long, and there aren't really many opportunities to grow and advance. Top leadership doesn't make good decisions, so middle managers are paranoid about losing their jobs constantly. This trickles down the the entry-level folks, who don't get any real responsibility because middle managers make them do all the work. It just runs like a mad house sometimes, and while we're better organized that many of our competitors, we're still pretty bad.

Advice to Candidates

This is a place to learn the advertising and media business, but not a place to stay. Omnicom isn't going anywhere, but they have major operational deficiencies that they need to address, and it starts by actually firing those folks who have been at the agency for millenniums. This place needs a new changing of the guard - stat!