This is a very female-dominated agency which can be typical for the PR industry. It was one of the few places I've ever worked which is the case though, so there were no issues with gender discrimination or typical issues I'd experienced in the past. The people are truly great and the management is often able to re-arrange their schedule and be available for their children - the president works remote in Ohio. Work-life balance depends on the campaigns and clients. If it is a busy time, you'll be working long hours. If you are a member of junior staff, you will be working long hours regularly, however that is pretty standard for the PR industry.
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It would be dependent upon the person's goals and expectations. DBC is a group of great people but leadership was very keen to micro-manage so I wouldn't recommend it to anyone at a senior level. It would be a good opportunity for anyone in a more junior role.
One Thing Employer Could Improve
Improve work-life balance and policies (e.g. flex-time, limit face time)
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