Work at a hold co and tired of hearing the ceo’s are in it with us and taking cuts? I call BS on that! They are only reducing salary and will still earn millions. Omnicom John Wren - $19,818,780 in 2019, his 2020 sacrifice = 5.05% reduction. IPG – Michael Roth $16,590,172 in 2019 his 2020 sacrifice is undisclosed. WPP Mark Read £2,594,000 in 2019 his 2020 sacrifice = 1.88% reduction. Publicis Arthur Sadoun €3,265,800 in 2019 his 2020 sacrifice = 4.6% reduction.

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Best compensation structures (salary/benefits) between WPP, IPG, Publicis, Omnicom shops? Thoughts?

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Do you get severance or compensation from agencies if they let you go and you're at a more junior level? Specifically for agency holding companies like Dentsu and Omnicom

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Omnicom vs Publicis group? Which is better for career growth, salary, and work life balance?

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Considering an opportunity at an Omnicom agency based in NYC, focused on healthcare. It’s a senior-level account lead, reporting into a GAD. 2-3 direct reports. Thoughts on a competitive salary range?

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What’s the process for interviewing and accepting a role within Omnicom? How does that affect salary negotiations if it’s a promotion?

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All this is a bit moot without seeing other benefits in context. As an aside, LETS also COMPARE BENEFITS OF THE BEHEMOTHS ie Publicis vs Omnicom vs WPP vs ... Especially since the work is often pretty much the same (it’s all advertising, folks). Publicis offers 3 week’s vacay (15 days) plus 9 “flex” days (giving a total of 24 days PTO). Plus unlimited sick days and many pre-and-post public holidays. But not the days between Christmas and New Year. And no summer Fridays. No comp days. And scant or no pay rises (as if that was new). What about the other companies? End of the day, when you go for a job, these things are worth money. So if you can, negotiate UP in case you never get a pay raise again...it happens.

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Work at a hold co and tired of hearing the ceo’s are in it with us and taking cuts? I call BS on that! They are only reducing salary and will still earn millions. Omnicom John Wren - $19,818,780 in 2019, his 2020 sacrifice = 5.05% reduction. IPG – Michael Roth $16,590,172 in 2019 his 2020 sacrifice is undisclosed. WPP Mark Read £2,594,000 in 2019 his 2020 sacrifice = 1.88% reduction. Publicis Arthur Sadoun €3,265,800 in 2019 his 2020 sacrifice = 4.6% reduction.

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Omnicom vs Publicis group? Which is better for career growth, salary, and work life balance?

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Considering an opportunity at an Omnicom agency based in NYC, focused on healthcare. It’s a senior-level account lead, reporting into a GAD. 2-3 direct reports. Thoughts on a competitive salary range?

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Best compensation structures (salary/benefits) between WPP, IPG, Publicis, Omnicom shops? Thoughts?

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Do you get severance or compensation from agencies if they let you go and you're at a more junior level? Specifically for agency holding companies like Dentsu and Omnicom

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What’s the process for interviewing and accepting a role within Omnicom? How does that affect salary negotiations if it’s a promotion?

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All this is a bit moot without seeing other benefits in context. As an aside, LETS also COMPARE BENEFITS OF THE BEHEMOTHS ie Publicis vs Omnicom vs WPP vs ... Especially since the work is often pretty much the same (it’s all advertising, folks). Publicis offers 3 week’s vacay (15 days) plus 9 “flex” days (giving a total of 24 days PTO). Plus unlimited sick days and many pre-and-post public holidays. But not the days between Christmas and New Year. And no summer Fridays. No comp days. And scant or no pay rises (as if that was new). What about the other companies? End of the day, when you go for a job, these things are worth money. So if you can, negotiate UP in case you never get a pay raise again...it happens.

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