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30+ days ago

Senior Strategist

Translation LLC New York, NY

You have big creative agency experience. You know a lot about culture, sports, fashion, beer, basketball and urban brands. You are smart, clever… Translation LLC

30+ days ago

Senior Social Strategist

Translation LLC New York, NY

• Use digital and social tracking tools (channel analytics), as well as social conversation listening/monitoring tools. • Research audiences… Translation LLC

6 days ago

Receptionist/ Administrative Assistant

Translation LLC New York, NY

• Monitor main fax machine • Manage the reception area- make sure it is clean and organized at all times. • Keep magazines on rack current… Translation LLC

13 days ago

Staff Writer Interns â STASHED

Translation LLC New York, NY

*NOTE*—We're not a corporation. We're a small group of people that are passionate about building and sharing a… Translation LLC

30+ days ago

Account Supervisor

Translation LLC New York, NY

• Ultimately responsible for ensuring all projects are on time. Assists AE in notifying clients of relevant fluctuations (especially concerning… Translation LLC

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Steve Stoute
4 Ratings

    Too many Creative Directors, not enough creation.

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    Former Employee - Creative in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Creative in New York, NY

    I worked at Translation full-time (more than a year)


    The people. The people at Translation, at least the ones you'd work with directly, grew to become friends. Everyone was in tune with the culture, and when able to, translated that (no pun intended) into their positions there.


    No one knew what was going on. The higher ups have zero clue what's going on on the ground floor. They'd preach to you about being easy to talk to, and to approach them with ideas, but they'd look at you as if you were pond scum if you really did talk to them. You can tell they respected and paid attention to specific accounts (and people) more than others. You know it's sad when the CEO is more likely to talk to you and check on you than the creative directors did. Sucks to put so much into the company that doesn't acknowledge your existence.

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    Treat every account the same, and practice what you preach on a daily basis, not just during a 10:45 meeting.

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