Thoughts on the following agencies cultures: Golin, Edelman, The Marketing Store. I’ve heard good things, but would love to hear from people who’ve worked there!
Incredibly tone-deaf: the same day layoffs happen at Weber Shandwick and Golin, the head of a sister IPG PR agency posts about winning best place to work 🙄
Which PR agency has the best D&I programs in New York? I hear Padilla and Golin are up there but would like to understand what agencies are genuinely committed to D&I. Not just for awards 🙄
What’s the word on Golin in LA? Fun? Good culture? Clients? And anyone understand their title system? Seems confusing with AS and group AS. How does it compare to an Edelman type structure?
Who is the most creative? FleishmanHillard? Weber Shandwick? Edelman? Golin? Hill+Knowlton? Burson-Marsteller? Ogilvy? BlueFocus? Ketchum? MSL? How do they fair against creative agencies?
Chicago wise... where is the best place to start your career in terms of growth, training, and culture? FCB? Edelman? Starcom? Ogilvy? Golin? I appreciate the insight :)
I’ve been at Golin for a while and interested in what the outside opinion is of our agency. What are people saying about us?
Any thoughts on GOLIN leadership and culture in the US? They seem to be winning business and doing things differently then other firms so curious to hear from people working there what it’s like.
With reviews happening at Golin, what is your role and salary? How much was your raise? Were you promoted? How much was your salary boost? What city are you based in?