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Greg Andersen

Director of Engagement Planning

Bartle Bogle Hegarty

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Bartle Bogle Hegarty

32 Avenue of the Americas 19th Floor

New York City, New York,10013

United States

Company Description

Bartle Bogle Hegarty is one of the world's most famous creative advertising agencies. Founded in 1982 by British ad men John Bartle, Nigel Bogle and John Hegarty, the agency has produced campaigns for many of the world's most illustrious brands including Levi'...more

Background Information

Employment History

President, USA

RAPP


Director of Engagement Planning

BBH U.S.


Executive Vice President and Director of Strategic Planning

Lowe Worldwide


Planning Director

Merkley + Partners


Account Executive

DeVito/Verdi


Affiliations

Effie Worldwide Inc

Board Member


Education

advertising

University of Nebraska


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Former RAPP U.S. President Files Lawsuit Accusing CEO of Discrimination and Wrongful Termination | Adweek

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Greg Andersen claims Orlov (pictured here) fired him for complaining about discriminatory behavior.
RAPP Recently departed RAPP U.S. president Greg Andersen has sued his former employer alleging wrongful termination, retaliation and discrimination in a suit echoing the case that recently led to the resignation of J. Walter Thompson global chairman and CEO Gustavo Martinez. The lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles against RAPP Worldwide and RAPP California by the law firm of Rushovich Mehtani LLP claims that CEO Alexei Orlov fired Andersen for reporting on the chief executive's allegedly "destructive" behavior to global head of human resources Carolyn Doud and one of parent company Omnicom's in-house attorneys. After this story first ran, an agency spokesperson provided Adweek with a statement reading, "RAPP is aware that Greg Andersen has filed a complaint and denies that any unlawful conduct occurred. Andersen witnessed a "drunk" executive speculate "loudly" that an unnamed female employee was not wearing underwear, the suit states. Nonetheless, Andersen allegedly encouraged other staff members to file complaints about Orlov's behavior, facilitated an investigation by human resources and the agency's legal department and eventually lost his job for speaking out. Andersen also claims that his age may have played a role in Orlov's decision to fire him, noting that he heard the CEO state that he "did not want [his] company filled with people in their forties or fifties" in front of Doud and other agency leaders on "several occasions." In claiming damages inflicted by Orlov and RAPP, the suit states that Andersen has suffered for "telling the truth about the unlawful and discriminatory mistreatment of various employees of Defendant. Andersen claims he was terminated directly after returning from a vacation in April. Adweek's AgencySpy blog reported that he had been let go after nearly three years with the agency, but RAPP gave no reason for his abrupt departure at the time. Andersen previously served as CEO of BBH New York and was promoted to lead U.S. operations at RAPP after serving as managing director of its Los Angeles office. Recently departed RAPP U.S. president Greg Andersen has sued his former employer alleging wrongful termination, retaliation and discrimination in a suit echoing the case that recently led to the resignation of J. Walter Thompson global chairman and CEO Gustavo Martinez. The lawsuit filed Monday in Los Angeles against RAPP Worldwide and RAPP California by the law firm of Rushovich Mehtani LLP claims that CEO Alexei Orlov fired Andersen for reporting on the chief executive's allegedly "destructive" behavior to global head of human resources Carolyn Doud and one of parent company Omnicom's in-house attorneys. After this story first ran, an agency spokesperson provided Adweek with a statement reading, "RAPP is aware that Greg Andersen has filed a complaint and denies that any unlawful conduct occurred. Andersen witnessed a "drunk" executive speculate "loudly" that an unnamed female employee was not wearing underwear, the suit states. Nonetheless, Andersen allegedly encouraged other staff members to file complaints about Orlov's behavior, facilitated an investigation by human resources and the agency's legal department and eventually lost his job for speaking out. Andersen also claims that his age may have played a role in Orlov's decision to fire him, noting that he heard the CEO state that he "did not want [his] company filled with people in their forties or fifties" in front of Doud and other agency leaders on "several occasions." In claiming damages inflicted by Orlov and RAPP, the suit states that Andersen has suffered for "telling the truth about the unlawful and discriminatory mistreatment of various employees of Defendant. Andersen claims he was terminated directly after returning from a vacation in April. Adweek's AgencySpy blog reported that he had been let go after nearly three years with the agency, but RAPP gave no reason for his abrupt departure at the time. Andersen previously served as CEO of BBH New York and was promoted to lead U.S. operations at RAPP after serving as managing director of its Los Angeles office.


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- Greg Andersen, CEO, BBH New York


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http://hubpages.com/hub/Leadership-Training-Videos In this leadership training video, Greg Andersen Managing Director of Bartle Bogle Hegarty talks about How...


Management & Leadership | hotfish

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http://hubpages.com/hub/Leadership-Training-Videos In this leadership training video, Greg Andersen Managing Director of Bartle Bogle Hegarty talks about How... Video Rating: 0 / 5


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