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Conversion Digital Career Development FAQ

Read what Conversion Digital employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

Conversion Digital has a career opportunities rating of 3.2.

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4 English questions out of 4

January 25, 2022

How are the career development opportunities at Conversion Digital?

Pros

I’ve worked at Conversion Digital for a couple years now, and my experience has been overwhelmingly positive. The entire leadership team has been extremely supportive of my professional development, provided me with opportunities to grow and learn, and trusted me to do my job well. I have never felt micromanaged nor lacking in support or direction. I think it’s rare to find an “agency setting” with such a healthy, caring culture. Of course, like any agency, deadlines are set by clients, so there are inevitably late nights and work weekends. Unlike at a lot of other workplaces, however, at Conversion, your effort is always appreciated and recognized (whether that’s with a shoutout on a morning stand-up call or free lunch). People at Conversion work hard, not because we view our colleagues as competition or because we’re afraid of our bosses or losing our jobs, but because we genuinely want to do good work for each other. We are a team. It sounds cheesy, but it’s true. If you need help, you can ask. If you need a day to yourself, you can take it. If you want to shift or expand your role, you will find support in the leadership team. If you want to work with talented, hardworking, kind people, Conversion is a great place to be.

Cons

There are other, bigger companies that offer more competitive salaries.

The entire leadership team has been extremely supportive of my professional development, provided me with opportunities to grow and learn, and trusted me to do my job well.

January 25, 2022

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January 25, 2022

What kind of career opportunities exist at Conversion Digital?

Pros

I’ve worked at Conversion Digital for a couple years now, and my experience has been overwhelmingly positive. The entire leadership team has been extremely supportive of my professional development, provided me with opportunities to grow and learn, and trusted me to do my job well. I have never felt micromanaged nor lacking in support or direction. I think it’s rare to find an “agency setting” with such a healthy, caring culture. Of course, like any agency, deadlines are set by clients, so there are inevitably late nights and work weekends. Unlike at a lot of other workplaces, however, at Conversion, your effort is always appreciated and recognized (whether that’s with a shoutout on a morning stand-up call or free lunch). People at Conversion work hard, not because we view our colleagues as competition or because we’re afraid of our bosses or losing our jobs, but because we genuinely want to do good work for each other. We are a team. It sounds cheesy, but it’s true. If you need help, you can ask. If you need a day to yourself, you can take it. If you want to shift or expand your role, you will find support in the leadership team. If you want to work with talented, hardworking, kind people, Conversion is a great place to be.

Cons

There are other, bigger companies that offer more competitive salaries.

The entire leadership team has been extremely supportive of my professional development, provided me with opportunities to grow and learn, and trusted me to do my job well.

January 25, 2022

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May 22, 2020

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Conversion Digital?

Pros

- Friendly co-workers - Dog friendly office - Location

Cons

- Low Pay - Bare-minimum benefits - Late nights with unpaid overtime - Very stressful environment - Company is not completely transparent with information - No room for growth - No HR - Management and account managers treat staff like children - Very high staff turnover - Promotions are generally based on someone being liked rather than being a top performer - No training plans in place for new employees - Company policies do not apply to everyone

Advice to Management

Stop crushing your employees. Seek good talent and nurture that, instead of cycling through cheap labour.

No training plans in place for new employees

May 22, 2020

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January 25, 2022

What is the feeling of job security at Conversion Digital?

Pros

I’ve worked at Conversion Digital for a couple years now, and my experience has been overwhelmingly positive. The entire leadership team has been extremely supportive of my professional development, provided me with opportunities to grow and learn, and trusted me to do my job well. I have never felt micromanaged nor lacking in support or direction. I think it’s rare to find an “agency setting” with such a healthy, caring culture. Of course, like any agency, deadlines are set by clients, so there are inevitably late nights and work weekends. Unlike at a lot of other workplaces, however, at Conversion, your effort is always appreciated and recognized (whether that’s with a shoutout on a morning stand-up call or free lunch). People at Conversion work hard, not because we view our colleagues as competition or because we’re afraid of our bosses or losing our jobs, but because we genuinely want to do good work for each other. We are a team. It sounds cheesy, but it’s true. If you need help, you can ask. If you need a day to yourself, you can take it. If you want to shift or expand your role, you will find support in the leadership team. If you want to work with talented, hardworking, kind people, Conversion is a great place to be.

Cons

There are other, bigger companies that offer more competitive salaries.

People at Conversion work hard, not because we view our colleagues as competition or because we’re afraid of our bosses or losing our jobs, but because we genuinely want to do good work for each other.

January 25, 2022

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4 English questions out of 4