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Anonymous shared this review of VaynerMedia, United States on Nov 12th, 2020
"I have personally had a good experience at VaynerMedia. I've received adequate promotions and raises, however, I've also had to fight to have my voice and opinion heard particularly on teams that are made up of mostly men. On the other hand, I have had the opportunity to work on some accounts with primarily women and those experiences are always significantly more inclusive and strategic than those with the male-dominated teams. I've had interactions with toxic masculinity and inequality at the company but I truly feel those are more of a result of the person they were with rather than the culture that has been created. Vayner works really hard every day to try to be better. I believe if you have issues of inequality or sexism, there is always a safe space to raise the concern and come to a solution."
Anonymous shared this review of VaynerMedia, United States on Mar 16th, 2020
"It can be a bit of a boys' club in some departments. "
Anonymous shared this review of VaynerMedia on Jun 11th, 2018
"Do not apply - you will be respected for being a male regardless of whether you fulfill your basic job duties."
Anonymous shared this review of VaynerMedia on May 11th, 2018
"They work hard at making the culture about equality. The recently hired 2 women to the C suite with a total of 3 currently."
Anonymous shared this review of VaynerMedia on Mar 22nd, 2018
"Company is split 50/50 but more men hold leadership positions and get promoted without asking."
Anonymous shared this review of VaynerMedia on Mar 20th, 2017
"It still feels a little "sexist" but not sure if it is just an advertising mentality."