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I worked at AdMedia full-time (less than a year)Pros
- The greatest perk working for AdMedia is that they allow room for their employees to work without hovering over their back. You will have the freedom to work on your own, which to me is hard to find in most jobs now days. Management gives a lot of trust to their employees.
- Although the material may seem overwhelming, it can be learned! This job is definitely for some one who is willing to put effort and time in. If you are a self motivated person, you will fit in perfectly.
- Everyone working is very helpful and informative. This helps especially while trying to retain all the information. Personally I have never had any experience in marketing but after about 2 weeks, I was pretty confident.
- Work hours are pretty good (usually from 9-6 with an 1 Hour lunch).
- The company provides their employees with a generous amount of snacks and drinks.
- One of my favorite pros is that on Fridays you only work 4hours but get paid for 8.
- Once you have past the probation period, you get medical, dental and vision benefits and 401k. The company also pays for your gym membership.
- Holidays are paid time off and they usually hold company lunch parties.
- Get your own desk, computer, cubic and space.Cons
- Official training is needed as some material may be challenging at first.
- Work load may seem overwhelming at times but is manageable.
- Because work load can be so overwhelming it may be hard to get help.
- Some departments need more staff, but I have seen growth during my employmentAdvice to ManagementAdvice
- Spend more time training new hires.
- Be more aware of the harder working individuals.
- Inform interviewers about the specific job duties and expectations before hiring them.
- Have a more intensive interview process to hire the right people.
- Create a upbeat working environment.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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Applied online through my alma mater's career portal. An HR assistant got back to me relatively quickly with several times and days available to interview. She mentioned a title for the position that differed from the one I applied for, but I thought nothing of it because I assumed she made a typo or perhaps the job had different titles (it happens) Went to their headquarters, first thing I noticed was that it super-quiet and eerie, like no one worked there. Head of HR comes and gets me for interview, takes my paper application (which I had to download, fill out, and print from home - and basically had the same info that was on my resume) She curtly looks at it, is confused, and says to herself "I thought we took this position down" (they didn't, and took several weeks after the "interview" to do so) She says that she thought she was interviewing me for a sales position, and I asked if I could interview for that instead. She said no, that I wasn't qualified, and that I should have "asked her assistant for clarification" considering that the job titles were different (basically, she blamed me for her assistant's mistake) Complete waste of my time.Interview Questions
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