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Leadership is young (~35 years old across the board) and haven't yet learned how to lead or make good business decisions. They make short-sighted judgements, one of which resulted in the CFO (who was formerly the CFO at Anomaly for 12 years) quitting because leadership wouldn't take financial advice. They've now been laying people off almost monthly for the past year, reducing salaries across the board (and then blaming Coronavirus for these setbacks to not set off alarms with potential investors). They haven?t been doing well for quite a while. There's no clear business strategy for how they want to grow the business, just knee-jerk, grab-and-go mentality of bringing in new accounts for the ultimate goal of selling the company asap. This is the main focus for them. The pay is extremely low compared to other agencies, learning after some research that most people at my level should be paid about $50k more than we were. The accolades in the industry pubs (Ad Age, etc.) are solely a function of the internal PR team pushing hard on getting onto these lists, but it's a mess from the inside. Most people spend their time complaining about the complete lack of process and questionable decision making. If you don't come in at the level you're happy with, there will be little room for growth as I saw with the teams I led. There were rarely promotions or raises.
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