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Hogan Lovells Senior Marketing Coordinator Reviews

Updated Feb 8, 2017

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  1. Helpful (10)

    "Marketing Department Not a Cohesive Team"

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    Former Employee - Senior Marketing Coordinator in Washington, DC
    Doesn't Recommend

    I worked at Hogan Lovells full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Subsidized cafeteria Central location Some friendly attorneys and staff

    Cons

    No team atmosphere in the marketing department; everyone out for themselves and not a healthy environment. This was a time of transition of leadership, so perhaps better now. For practice area support, one person doing the work of at least two people and expected to work long hours with no real assistance. People were leaving constantly and for good reason.

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    Hogan Lovells2017-02-08
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    "HL U.S. Marketing = Favoritism and Being Chained to Your Desk"

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    Senior Marketing Coordinator in Washington, DC
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
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    I worked at Hogan Lovells

    Pros

    Non-manager and below = cool, fun, motivated, and very smart group; cafeteria is easily accessible, but it will make you fat and you don't have time to eat there anyway; location is great; they used to have happy hours but don't anymore; the 401k is amazing.

    Cons

    The salary and raises are abysmal; the work is repetitive and tiresome; the lawyers think they're all better than marketing, even with equivalent education from top schools (just MBA, not law); management treats you like dirt; they slowly started taking away the perks; you're meant to believe attributes about yourself that aren't true; over 50+ U.S. marketing people have been there for less than 5 years (all seeking meaningful employment elsewhere).

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    Hogan Lovells2015-01-07
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