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30+ days ago

Jr. Interactive Designer

Creative Circle, LLC Santa Monica, CA

Interactive agency seeking a Jr. Designer. You'll be responsible for creating and contributing to the design, navigation and layout of webpages and… Dice

13 days ago

Product Manager - User Applications

Creative Circle, LLC Encino, CA

include -Monitor + identify trends, assess competitive opportunities -Define requirements (PRDs), user case -Make improvements and recommendations… Dice

27 days ago

.NET Developer

Creative Circle Los Angeles, CA

The .NET developer is part of a small team of IT employee that participates in IT development and maintenance work, to support and enhance business… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Executive - Creative Staffing

Creative Circle Los Angeles, CA

Creative Circle is one of the nation's premiere, specialized staffing agencies, representing advertising, creative, marketing, visual communication… Glassdoor

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    Take caution. Great for temporary job - under certain conditions....

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    Current Employee - Web Designer  in  Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Web Designer in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Creative Circle as a contractor for less than a year


    Creative Circle has a lot of connections and jobs. If you are talented, there were be recruiters trying to find you work left and right. They will pay 30% insurance health premium after 1000 work hours.


    If you are making $25/hour, so are they - for doing absolutely nothing. There are other agencies around that offer the same exact jobs for a lot more - I am talking over $20,000 more per year. These agents are so dishonest and out for the interest of themselves only. They know little about the design industry and are poorly qualified for their jobs. This leads to poor placement (over or under qualified candidates for a job), which means a high turnover rate, and all the blame on YOU, the designer.

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    A sense of value, qualifications, and good customer relationship management will give you better reputation in the industry and less turnover rates, for the interest of yourself and good talent.

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