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14 days ago

Social Strategist (Contract)

POP Seattle, WA

POP seeks a Social Strategist who has experience architecting social plans – newsroom, editorial, events and campaign. This person is smart… POP

14 days ago

Sr. Project Manager

POP Seattle, WA

POP seeks a Senior Project Manager to cultivate strong client relationships and deliver customer-focused solutions. Senior PMs manage and deliver… POP

14 days ago

Project Manager - Target DVM

POP Seattle, WA

• Familiarity with digital technologies (including but not limited to HTML, ASP.NET, JavaScript, Flash, Ajax, CMS, CRM, Silverlight, iOS… POP

14 days ago

Account Director - Microsoft

POP Seattle, WA

POP is looking for an Account Director (AD) for our Microsoft line of business to lead the strategic growth of sustainable, profitable revenue. The… POP

14 days ago

Senior Strategist

POP Seattle, WA

POP seeks a Senior Strategist who is responsible for developing digital focused marketing, brand and media strategies for clients, contribute to… POP

14 days ago

Program Manager - Games & Entertainment

POP Seattle, WA

POP is looking for a Program Manager to cultivate a strong, profitable line-of-business (LOB) through the successful delivery of projects that solve… POP

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    Former Employee - Client Services in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Client Services in Seattle, WA

    I worked at POP full-time (more than 3 years)


    The office space is beautiful and the sense of belonging is overwhelmingly good. It's safe to say they spend a great deal of time making sure people feel happy woking there.


    Leadership suffers from a gigantic collective ego and forced to chase unrealistic goals that regularly overshadow their ability to do good work. They struggle to provide employees the space to learn, grow and thrive. The truth is that Pop does good work. Their design capabilities are exceptional and they pride themselves on staying current with technology in a manner that benefits clients. Those aside, they suffer from being forced to constantly chase project work and squeeze as many hours out of their existing employees to maintain healthy margins. POP has an incredibly high turnover rate (be sure to ask what it is) and seems perfectly fine with having people come and go. Be careful, they have a documented reputation exercising their non-compete agreement, a near inevitability should you choose to continue working in the Seattle area, after POP.

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    Challenge yourself to run a business you can be proud of some day. Find a way to be respected in the business community and by your employees alike.

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