Cheil Worldwide Management FAQ

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Cheil Worldwide has a positive Business Outlook of 34%.

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How is management perceived at Cheil Worldwide?

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19 October 2021

Pros

No pros for that work place.

Cons

That company is horrible. They’are no respect for the employee, managers are rude and tricky. I do NOT recommend

They’are no respect for the employee, managers are rude and tricky.

19 October 2021

Reviewed by: Quality Assurance Analyst (Former Employee)

8 November 2021

Pros

free Food and great infrastructure are the only things good for this company.

Cons

minimal salary (non-sales and client servicing staff) ignorant and insensitive upper management towards your issues An unqualified manager really got on my nerves for not knowing anything about their job and constantly heckling me to do all the work. No time management and working long hours without compensation. This happened because the This made me lose my job, Honestly, I could've been a better fit for that role even with less experience on paper.

Advice to Management

Please change your video production staff, literal jokers in the system who seriously know nothing about the job itself and are only there to degrade your reputation in front of your valuable clients. Please review their practical talents before hiring them rather than just big company names in their resume.

No time management and working long hours without compensation.

8 November 2021

Reviewed by: In-House Video Production Coordinator (Former Employee)

10 September 2021

Pros

You will get “Samsung” client on your resume

Cons

Management is a joke, workflow is inconsistent, no guidelines… you have to figure out a lot things by yourself, because none of people know what they are doing

Advice to Management

Be down to earth, your freaking titles are just for your clients (Samsung), rest of the staff knows that you are here just for cashing your fat check.

Management is a joke, workflow is inconsistent, no guidelines… you have to figure out a lot things by yourself, because none of people know what they are doing

10 September 2021

Reviewed by: Creative in Plano, TX (Former Employee)

22 July 2019

Pros

As in-house agency of Samsung Electronics, their revenue and income is predictable. When Samsung grows, Cheil grow toether, when Samsung growth stagnates, Samsung spends more agressively to keep the company back in track.

Cons

On the other han, too much dependency on Samsung is their weakness. Because the management pretty much knows how much they can earn, they do not want any change. Because change means taking risk and taking risk means the management might lose their job before their tenure, they are always happy as it is.

Advice to Management

Cheil needs change. You never know when Samsung is going to get rid of you. Rather than depending on getting things done for Samsung by using third party, develop capabilities internally. Moreover, the beaurocratic strucuture of the business will some day kill you. You really need to work on making the structure flat.

Because the management pretty much knows how much they can earn, they do not want any change.

22 July 2019

Reviewed by: Senior Manager in Seoul (Former Employee)

19 November 2019

Pros

The office design was modern and it was pretty much the only positive point there.

Cons

Cheil wants to be a 'data driven agency' but its a 'fear driven agency' where you can be desmissed by pretty much any reason. When you enter they give you a service contract as it is, supposedly, a decision made by Korea central offices, which is not true since when you start to meet the people inside the company you'll see that not everybody has this type of contract (even if they were hired AFTER you). Most of the managers have no idea of what they are doing and they are not people's persons, so all the talented people leaves the company. During the time I worked there, at least 2/3 people were dismissed or resigned each week. I wouldn't trust this company, they are not transparent in what they tell you, most of the people there are so affraid of being dismissed that they will do anything to keep afloat, even if that means stepping over other people

Most of the managers have no idea of what they are doing and they are not people's persons, so all the talented people leaves the company.

19 November 2019

Reviewed by: Anonymous (Anonymous Contractor)

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