Quietly Overview

  • www.quiet.ly
  • Vancouver, Canada
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 2013
  • Company - Private
  • Publishing
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


Quietly is a full-service content marketing agency that offers services across the entire lifecycle of content marketing, from discovery and strategy to content creation and amplification. Quietly partners with the world’s leading brands to understand how content drives their ...
Mission: To lead the way the world creates, publishes, and monetizes content.

Quietly Reviews

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Dario Meli
Dario Meli
8 Ratings
Former Employee, less than 1 year
Positive Outlook
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Smart and curious employees. Business minded leadership. Accessible and transparent leadership. Good work life balance. The company really cares about its people and gives constructive feedback to


Since the people are so great, they often get poached which leads to some turn over.

Advice to Management

Keep up the intellectual vibe and positive support of employees.
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Diversity & Inclusion at Quietly

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...life balance and little acknowledgement from management when this is brought up as an issue, many senior people (all white men) at Quietly are manipulative, and often abusive....Read More

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Quietly Interviews

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  1. Account Director Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Canada
    No Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. I interviewed at Quietly (Canada)


    Overall the interview arrangement was fairly standard.

    I had a pleasant phone call with a junior HR/talent manager as a precursor to the formal interview.

    I then met (virtually) with the head of the account department for the formal interview. I noted the experience as "neutral" as the actual interview was relatively quick and on the surface, seemingly pleasant.

    For context, I consider myself to be a fairly strong, confident woman. I know I am good and what I do. I believe an interview is screening for both parties for compatibility and think it is important to ask questions, probe to understand about the company, the culture, the role and the current dynamics of the workplace.

    During the interview, I personally felt there was some underlying tension expressed by the 'interviewer' through body language and some defensiveness to my follow up questions.

    In my opinion, they were not looking for what the posting indicated. It came across as though they wanted someone to sit in meetings and follow direction. They were seemingly uninterested in someone who asks questions and who may come in and change things up.

    To be fair, the interviewer was able to aptly answer all of my questions and seemed to be fairly intelligent as an accounts leader with strong business insight and acumen. All that said, the interview brought into question the leadership skills of this individual and I don't believe it would have been a positive working relationship for me, nor one that would have been beneficial for my own career development.

    Standard questions such as "tell me about yourself" and inquiries about past experience.

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Quietly Awards & Accolades

  • 100 most inspiring workplaces around the worldTalent Tribe2016
  • Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50Deloitte’s Technology Fast 502014

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