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Social Media Intern

2K Manhattan Hackensack, NJ

Forward-thinking, fast paced company looking to hire an intern with strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including… 2K Manhattan


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Marketing & Advertising Positions

2K Manhattan Hackensack, NJ

As we launch a campaign, careful steps are taken to introduce each of our Client Representatives, Event Coordinators and Account Managers to the… 2K Manhattan


30+ days ago

8 Intern & Full Time Openings- APPLY NOW!

2K Manhattan Hackensack, NJ

2K Manhattan is a consistently growing company providing marketing, advertising and consulting services to large corporations. We identify and… 2K Manhattan


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    Former Employee - Secretary  in  Hackensack, NJ
    Former Employee - Secretary in Hackensack, NJ

    I worked at 2k Manhattan part-time for less than a year

    Pros

    You're coworkers will be the best part of this job.

    Cons

    When they call you to set up an interview they read from a script. No matter your education level or degrees obtained, they say the same thing to everyone. They will sell you on a position that suits what you want but are actually interviewing you for a door-to-door sales position, not business to business. They have you "shadow" an "account holder" after one of your multiple interviews. Basically you follow another sales person to a location (driving your own car, wasting your own gas) and watch as they attempt to get people in the street to buy make up. While in the field they ask if you could see yourself doing this job. You say yes and you are told to return to the office for another interview and offered a position. If you say no, they send you home. They pay next to nothing because your salary is commission based. Overall, they lie to you from the moment they meet you. Just do yourself a favor and quit while you're ahead.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be up front and honest about what position you're hiring for. And give everyone an equal opportunity if they accept the job.

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