I’m hearing people on my account are fudging metrics to show that we’re performing. A client is sus & holding 8:30am meeting tomorrow with that division. At big 4 hold co. Should I polish my resume?
Setting a terrible precedent. https://www.campaignlive.com/article/ab-inbev-demands-punishing-payment-terms-upcoming-global-media-review/1668076
Leaving my agency soon and seeking new opportunity. Not a issue finding stuff. But has anybody tried remote media buying?
I'm sure a lot of you have seen the salary spreadsheets that have gone around. First was for media (journalism) one & then one for creative agencies. I've created one for media (marketing) folks: http://bit.ly/RealMediaSalariesForm
Media agency folks: Only worked agency side (5 yrs) and I hate it (always have). I enjoy what I do but hate the constant rush and horrible clients. Do you actually enjoy working at an agency?
Is anyone really working this week (good thing and bad thing)? I have been trying to ask for billing with partners and there is no OOO reply. I feel like I’m being ghosted.
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/31/smarter-living/pay-secrecy-national-labor-rights-act.html agree with this article, but has anyone actually been able to do this in our industry?
I feel that my current job is a dumpster fire and dealing with depression. Agency focus on new opportunities but lacks work support. :( What to do?
How many y cookies do you think each person has across all of their devices? I usually go with five but think I may increase it to seven.
If you had a small budget and wanted to post a call for artists to reach the ad community overall (for general awareness), what would you do? ( budget from $500 to $2000 max). Any recommendations?
Any idea what it’s like to work at Rufus (Initiative’s Amazon team) vs elsewhere in the agency? Recruiter is being a recruiter so unclear if innovation hotbed or same pain with a different name.
GroupM CEO announces the promotion of 4 men in an email this morning. But nothing about the dissolving of mPlatform, which we all find out via press...
Just once I’d like a rep to actually read an rfp and submit based on what was requested not just send whatever they feel like sending.
I’ve now consecutively worked three 13-14 hour workdays this week and my managers think this is ‘normal’ because it’s a busy time of year. At what point do you suck it up vs. put your foot down?