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Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Aug 13th, 2018
"Make sure there is female representation in your department AND on the team you're going to join. If there isn't, then I would be cautious about working at this employer."
Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Sep 15th, 2017
"The benefits are great and so are the people. I struggle finding meaning in my work though. "
Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Aug 10th, 2017
"It's better for white women than for minority women and POC."
Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Apr 23rd, 2017
"Supportive of flexible work schedules; generous maternity leave policy; family friendly agency "
Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Feb 21st, 2017
"All agencies are the same, really, when it comes to culture. It can feel like a boys club at times but they do have women in leadership positions."
Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Jan 5th, 2017
"Great place to work for women. Very equal and fair. Lots of women in leadership positions. "
Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Sep 12th, 2016
"People truly respect your PTO. Parents often draw red lines and leave by a certain time, only to get online again at home later. Digitas is a very team-dependent place, so some teams are more flexible than others."
Anonymous shared this review of Digitas LBi on Apr 20th, 2016
"Really great maternity and return to work schedule"
"Its very flexible with my new mom schedule. I do feel pressure to get everything done and guilty when I leave early to go pick up my son, but no one has said anything yet. I'm hoping it stays that way. The company is full of woman."
"There is upward mobility and fostered success by managers. Women and men are more evenly dispersed at all levels of the company, which is encouraging. There are certain job types that are not so, but that could be changing."
"Active interest in diversity and inclusion from leadership, good time off benefits, talented people, opportunities for professional development and internal promotion, mentoring programs."
"Women get paid less and are less likely to be promoted or respected, especially in the creative department. Women are often treated at tokens during pitches. This company is all talk about equality and diversity but no real action. Pregnant women and new mother's are shoved out."
"Overall, some great benefits. When it comes to the behind-the-scenes, everyday grind though, there are some bias experiences. More practicing vs. just preaching from leadership will continue to equal things out."
"The work is hard. The environment is great. i can feel the flexibility every day. I have to own it to make it work - but it's there."
"I felt like it was a fairly equal company. The benefits across the board were really great. The location was great. The people were great. The only gripe - and what ultimately meant I had to leave - was that it was creatively stifling. American Express ran the NYC agency, and there are only so many ideas and executions you can come up with for one financial brand."