Marketing Manager Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Marketing Manager?
Marketing Manager in Charlottesville:
Pros: I have a high degree of autonomy in deciding how to market things and how to set up the tasting room.
Cons: I dislike that I am not given more responsibility such as scheduling, hiring, firing, etc.
Marketing Manager in Irvine:
Pros: Flexibility, Lenient Management, Occasionally slow-paced.
Cons: No communication from management, no established goals from management, only individual working on current account with massive workload, no teammates to work with.
Marketing Manager in Worcester:
"Busy, lots to cover and manage at once."
Pros: Freedom of creativity and ability to do as I see fit to benefit our growth. Being a part of a phenomenal team that works very well together in upper management.
Cons: Learning as I go. Not being certain that the decisions I make will be the "right" decisions for the company.
Marketing Manager in Boise:
Pros: I love the flexibility I have and the ability to manage my own projects. I have very little guidance.
Cons: The commute is long and other employees can be negative at times.
Marketing Manager in Denver:
Pros: Building a marketing team from nothing to a team of two. Being able to make executive decisions.
Cons: My salary does not meet my worth and value to the company. Company does not provide fair health insurance. Being a female, I have to fight a little harder to be heard.
Marketing Manager in Lenexa:
"Good stepping stone for what I want in my future."
Pros: I like the flexibility of what I do. I also like the field in which I work. I feel like I can actually make a difference in someone's life.
Cons: I feel like the amount of work I do is not recognized/awarded properly. I also feel like I'm under staffed but my concerns are not being heard. The organization isn't structured in a way to feel confident in taking concerns to people who can change things.
Marketing Manager in Sullivan:
Pros: I enjoy helping people and being a voice for those who have no one.
Cons: The stress and lack of flexibility.