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7 days ago

Senior Designer : NYC : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm

Vitamin T New York, NY

Driving brand awareness. Lead design efforts for sales guides, brochures, client, corporate materials, events, conferences, and ancillary elements… Glassdoor


14 hrs ago

Senior UX Designer : Manhattan : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm – new

Vitamin T New York, NY

- Comfortable using data (clicks, scrolls, etc.) to influence designs - Comfortable applying existing style guides/visual identity to layouts and… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Visual Designer : NYC : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm

Vitamin T New York, NY

A collaborative and iterative design process, focused on creating intuitive and gorgeous user experiences across all platforms. Ability to quickly… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Junior Marketing Analyst : New York metro : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm

Vitamin T New York, NY

Our client delivers award-winning original reporting and sharp opinion from big personalities in the arenas of politics, pop-culture, world news and… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Mobile Marketing Manager : New York metro : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm

Vitamin T New York, NY

Develop multi-channel mobile acquisition campaigns consisting of app store optimization (ASO) and performance based mobile advertising. Collaborate… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Medical Editor : Manhattan : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm

Vitamin T New York, NY

Our client is looking for a Medical Editor with at least 5 years of experience. Ideally, experience with managing a team, or willing to grow into… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Illustrator : Brooklyn, NY : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm

Vitamin T Brooklyn, NY

Our client is looking for an illustrator w/ mass market food or food package illustration experience. - Onsite in Brooklyn office, approx 40 hours… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Packaging Production Designer : Brooklyn, NY : Talent Bridge/Temp-to-Perm

Vitamin T Brooklyn, NY

Vitamin T's client is looking for an experienced Production Designer with experience in packaging (preferably food and beverage packaging). This is a… Glassdoor


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    Over-promised; Under-delivered

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    Former Employee - Talent Agent
    Former Employee - Talent Agent

    I worked at Vitamin T full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Vitamin T affords its employees the opportunity to feel free to manage your own business, establish full responsibility of your clients, talent, and book of business. The environment warrants fun, creativity, spontaneity, and relaxed vacation plan and attire.

    Cons

    Working at Vitamin T unfortunately comes at a cost to those that are junior in their careers, eager for corporate advancement, hardworking, those that deeply care about their career outlook, development, and sense of business acumen. In order to fully understand and feel the ways of operation, one must be there for a sufficient amount of time. Only then, one can see/witness the lack of quality employed with internal hiring, destitute training for new employees, standards of appropriate business practices, individual and team value of its current employees, management competency and retention, lackluster pay and bonus structure, biased praise for markets that have more than several month's worth of investment and connection, and who can forget the meager amount of clients constantly being poached for business.

    The unfortunate effects of working for this start-up is that as a Recruiter/Talent Agent, the amount of business required of you vs. your sales counterpart, teeters on a vague line of responsibility and threatens the appropriateness of quality vs. quantity, right vs. wrong, risk vs. opportunity, competency vs. incompetency, qualified vs. inexperienced, and the list goes on. For instance, witnessing the appointment of 3 insufficient market managers all lacking the skills to lead, direct, mentor, and train was an act within itself that proved FAIL, not one, not two, but three separate times, as well as the lost of several good, yet frustrated employees.

    I will say, Vitamin T has mastered the facade and outward appearance of being young, hip, super-creative, trendy, and full of opportunity and new, innovative ways of doing business - in addition to knowing exactly what the clients want, need, and what they can provide. Alas, the perfect remedy to success!! Wrong!!! It's unfortunate that this mindset is blinding to the executives in LA and Boston as so many have succumbed to being drained by their sincere efforts to carry their markets with minimal and faux support from regional management and only to be let down by the company on the back end, in the end - and that's what counts and matters to employees is to have support. This is lacking tremendously, and something I truly felt week-to-week until I made the decision to move on.

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    Overhaul your ways of currently doing business. Invest in those markets that have been crying for help. Re-structure management. Take into account those messages and ideas that so many have left behind for you upon departing for other opportunities. Listen to those that are working tirelessly and relentlessly to build up their struggling markets. Figure out a SUFFICIENT and qualified way of hiring and retaining internal employees and only employ hiring recruiters that are trained, knowledgable, and has a strong core to follow through on efforts to make sure each hire is continuously meeting and exceeding their needs and expectations of the company throughout their months working at Vitamin T. The most effective management teams are those that are humans with hearts and minds, not machines made of gears and coils.

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