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  1. Hilfreich (10)

    „Burned out”

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Campaign Analyst in Chicago, IL
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    Negative Prognose
    Stimmt gegen Geschäftsführer

    Ich habe weniger als ein Jahr bei Centro als Vollzeit gearbeitet

    Pros

    Young, fun coworkers. Nice benefits package. Free snacks but they went downhill. Keg and cold brew (sometimes) on tap

    Kontras

    - Worked 11+ hour days on a regular basis due to unsustainable workload - The Basis platform data frequently had issues (delays, inaccurate data that doesn't match the source, etc). The Basis platform development team only prioritized changes requested by clients in order to win business; didn't listen to the internal employees critiques, recommendations - Sales reps were extremely difficult to work with and had... unrealistic expectations - Senior leadership is a joke; consolidated jobs to pay fewer employees without increasing their compensation which was one of many reasons for mass exodus at the company

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    Rat an das Management

    If one member of your team is working past 9pm and the rest of your team is leaving at 5pm on the dot, do something. Redistribute account assignments to balance out workloads

    Centro2019-05-08

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    May 17, 2019Centro

    Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. We want all of our employees to know that their work life blend is a priority and is necessary for a healthy, productive work environment. We don’t want any employee to feel discouraged or burnt out, and want them to take the time they need outside of work. We have been paying close attention to this feedback from our teams and media services leadership has been developing more automated solutions for the past few months to support our analysts, which are being rolled out in the next few weeks. Our Talent and Development team is also focusing on employees mental well-being and strategies for balance, so I encourage anyone who may be experiencing this to take advantage of those tools as well. If you’d like to offer more feedback please email us at tellusmore@centro.net. -EVP, Talent and Development

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  2. Hilfreich (10)

    „Expected more”

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Campaign Analyst in Chicago, IL
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    Neutrale Prognose
    Keine Meinung zum Geschäftsführer

    Ich habe für mehr als 5 Jahre bei Centro gearbeitet (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    -Really good health benefits -Good PTO -The office is really nice

    Kontras

    -The pay. I believe it was once said at an all-hands that they didn't believe in merit increases because you should always be going above and beyond. Going above and beyond is doing your job, and therefore if you're doing your job, you shouldn't expect a merit increase. -The bonus structure changed almost yearly, never to the benefit of anyone who wasn't upper management. Your bonus was never a direct reflection of... your work, either. -There were a lot of people who were promoted simply b/c they'd been there for a long time. Promotions should not be based on tenure. -Managers never trained new hires, instead it was put on over-worked teammates. The overworked teammates didn't have time for it, so a lot of people were't properly trained, which then led to frustration from everyone. -Ad-ops is extremely overworked and under-valued. -Although they say they've got your back, upper management never does. -Everyone is afraid to say "no" to clients. There is no reason why a client with a budget of $5,000 should be getting the same service as million dollar client. I don't care how much more money that $5,000 client might have, support me when I say I can't provide them with the same service as someone who is running a much larger campaign. -There was no head of HR for at least a year and a half, so if you have a problem, you had no idea who to go to. -Work/Life balance is non-existent for ad-ops. -You will give so much to this company and get very little in return.

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    Rat an das Management

    -Listen to people and what they need. -You say your door is always open, but when you never come out and visit or talk to people, no one is going to approach you. -Don't take "the little people" for granted. -Give raises. It shouldn't matter if someone is in the same role; if they're kicking butt, giving them a raise shouldn't be so hard. And if you're so opposed to raises, at least make the bonus structure fair.

    Centro2018-03-16
  3. Hilfreich (3)

    „fun place to work”

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    Campaign Analyst in Alexandria, VA

    Ich arbeite seit mehr als einem Jahr bei Centro ()

    Pros

    great benefits, lots of opportunities to move up, fun work environment, great leadership

    Kontras

    some redundant systems, no clear goals to improve company

    Centro2016-01-25
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