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Anonymous shared this review of VSA Partners, United States on Nov 12th, 2020
"Unfortunately, a big sign of mismanagement and unfair working dynamics is people constantly throwing each other under the bus. A lot of women backstabbing each other, and oftentimes you feel like in order to get ahead, you have to appease the male CDs."
Anonymous shared this review of VSA Partners, United States on Apr 10th, 2020
"There are some brilliant women who work here—find them and keep them."
Anonymous shared this review of VSA Partners on Jan 30th, 2019
"It's not a bad place to work, especially if you stay out of the office politics (or if you come it at/near the top). If you're senior enough, there are lots of "unspoken" benefits, e.g. the ability to come in late or leave early."
"Be clear about setting limits from the get-go. Once bad behaviors are established and accepted, they become the norm and expectation."
"If you are up for playing the agency game, you’ll do fine. "
Anonymous shared this review of VSA Partners on Mar 21st, 2016
"I believe women are respected and treated equally, but management is male-dominated. The maternity leave policy is sub-par. They only offer four weeks of paid leave and only if you've worked there for a full year. I felt taking the time to be with my child was important, so I took it unpaid, but the financial implications left me with a bad taste in my mouth about the company."