Working for the Retail Beverage Program was better than working for the regular Launch in-store programs. One of the big issues is communication between management and front line staff. Some of the equipment we were expected to use was not in top condition.
I left a long term secure job because I wanted to be challenged. I got more than I bargained for. I was warned by a fellow colleague that the company uses employees until they no longer need then. Only the OG's or the people that have been there for a long period of time keep their jobs (they have people with 9+ years at the company). This I found out to be true. I was hired full-time as an Account Manager but once I started, my job description didn't reflect my day to day tasks. The managers who interviewed me were too high up to give me direction, and were hardly at work. The manager that was assigned to me switched accounts and was on vacation three times while I started work. I was left to my own devices from day one. For example, I found the tech office, hoping they'd help me set up my company computer but they needed permission from my manager to get the applications I needed. To obtain this permission took a long time. The company and their softwares are very disorganized and I had a hard time trying to find out where to get trained but asked for help from the people around me. This was a process but I managed to get trained on what I felt like was 5 out of their 30 softwares / company processes they have. I was set up with an HR rep over an email chain with other new employees, so I reached out to her with questions and directions. She told me to speak to my manager (I explained I didn't know who this was). These emails led nowhere. I was being asked for things I didn't know about from key creatives. I didn't know the projects they were talking about as I had not been - plus...
Very good company to work for. Currently work here as a Brand experience agent. food demos in grocery stores. Management is confident and appreciative of your committment and skills.Work is fast paced and fun.
I'm having a good experience working at Mosaic. I'm meeting interesting people
I'm learning a lot about marketing.
I find that a lot that I do is not covered by the Launch pay program. I wish the work hours were more regular.
They expect you to sell samples of liquor to customers. So if you want to sell to air work for theses guy's.
The management is absolutely ridiculous. And think they think there better then the brand ambassadors that work for them. Furthermore if you have any concerns or complaints about a mangers they wont listen.
Working with Mosaic Sales Solutions is full of opportunities to grow not just an overall individual but also as a team.
Every event is different. There's always something new to learn and help your knowledge in the marketing industry.
The best part about working with Mosaic is being able to meet many different people. It's always fascinating to meet a variety of people and learn a variety of things from them.
The only thing that's inconsistent is the work hours. It's mostly seasonal as a brand ambassador but I would love to eventually work my way up in the industry.
Very easy to get hired but work is not at all organized. Also, dont depend on them as main income , there could be months between calls for work. The staff and management are very friendly but very young.