Found 14 of over 70 reviews
- Most Recent
- Highest Rating
- Lowest Rating
What are your colleagues talking about?
Top Review Highlights by Sentiment
Excerpts from user reviews, not authored by Glassdoor
Reviews about "flexible work"Return to all Reviews
- 4.019 Feb 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeChicago, IL
This is the land of opportunity to do great work in many areas of the business. There has been a momentum of change in the organization that is reinvigorating this business. It is headed in the right direction.
The vision could be more focused and accountable.3
- 2.031 Mar 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Most staff are great to work with, and some managers are very supportive of individual employee growth and professional development. So many people have left that it's easy to work your way up in the company quickly to fill vacant leadership positions. Work/life balance: ability to work from home (although this isn't a blanket company policy, it's dictated by each department head), summer hours, volunteer time off, and flex days if you work weekends.
Over half the staff has turned over in less than two years, the majority of which have left voluntarily. Yet management still keeps restructuring and letting people go. It's no wonder the company culture here is so negative - HR has no time to focus on anything except filling vacant positions.17American Marketing Association Response7y
Thank you for your post, as we do appreciate your candor and your pointing out some of the positives, as well as areas that you feel management needs to attend to. We want to have an upbeat culture where our employees love to be a part of our mission and organization; where they can grow and see their fingerprints on our success. Though HR may be a lever in many of the culture initiatives here, it is incumbent upon each and every one of us to be positive contributors to the culture. We value all our AMA veterans, as they have crucial institutional knowledge and are good sources of ideas. And, as we grow, we are happy to welcome new people with new skill sets, experience and perspectives. We take every review as an opportunity to grow and to respond publicly to each with curiosity, courage, and gratitude. Certainly, we hope that you will reach out to continue the conversation so that we can better understand your concerns, point of view, and your ideas to solve for a better experience at the AMA. —Andy Friedman, Chief Content Officer *Please note that the AMA is not able to remove reviews from Glassdoor. You may refer to the Glassdoor Community Guidelines for more information.