WE Communications Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what WE Communications employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

WE Communications has a diversity rating of 3.2.

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2 English questions out of 2

29 July 2021

Does there seem to be diversity at WE Communications?

Pros

There is great diversity in the company. And there is much to learn for interns.

Cons

I worked in its subcompany in China, the work-life balance there was not good. sometimes employers have to work late until 9-10 pm.

There is great diversity in the company.

29 July 2021

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20 September 2021

How is race or ethnicity talked about at WE Communications?

Pros

A paying job if you're desperate, but that's it.

Cons

Beware. Job was nothing like what I was sold on to begin with. Countless red flags/lies within the first few days/weeks. Left promptly at the one-year mark. Incredibly poor leadership team and toxic company culture fueled by gossip, politics, favoritism and negative reinforcement. Leadership is mostly (if not all) white people, who have only worked at WE and lack experience and expertise beyond traditional PR and their main account (Microsoft). The lack of diversity issue is so bad that "Black power" was actually reported as "a trend" in a client presentation. Leadership keeps the cycle of ignorance going by hiring inexperienced, junior-level talent, recruiting from the same select (mostly white) universities, and following a sorority playbook for culture and retention purposes (like, bullying and team pep rallies with pom poms). Overall, lack of professionalism and interesting clients, account work, career opportunities and mentorship. Skip this agency and go to the bigger, more integrated firms for a more professional, rewarding experience that'll set you up for long-term career growth and success.

Advice to Management

Check your leadership team and diversify your talent

The lack of diversity issue is so bad that "Black power" was actually reported as "a trend" in a client presentation.

20 September 2021

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