Better Jobs With Companies That Care - April 20, 2017
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FEATURED COMPANY THAT CARES: ADROLL
AdRoll is a performance marketing platform that uses data to inform advertising decisions for its customers. Today, they're 30,000 customers strong in 100 countries all over the world. But not only are they a stronghold in the performance marketing world, they’re a stronghold when it comes to companies that care, too. And talk about leadership opportunities; they have a special program dedicated JUST to uplifting talented women to levels of prominence, replete with workshops, seminars, management mixers and krav maga! Don’t just take our word for it - AdRoll has received tons of awards including: Best Workplaces for Millennials 2015 and Top 10 Workplaces in Advertising and Marketing 2015, according to Fortune Magazine.
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