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Worked with lots of great people here. Managers, for the most part, are terrific people as well. Creative talent is awesome - lots of good work produced. Live music in town square and big parties are cool too!
Occasionally punishing hours. Not everyone is nice (but no place is perfect, right?!). Like a lot of ad agencies it expands and contracts like crazy.
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I applied through an employee referral – interviewed at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners.
I met with the head of the department and recruiting manager and was contacted the next day to come back for interviews with people in the department I was applying for. I came back a couple weeks later and met with 4-5 people and was there for about 4 hours total. All of the interviews were casual and conversational, they just want to see if you would fit into the culture and if you're capable of the job you're applying for.
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Just making good ads doesn't seem to be enough for this firm. Goodby Silverstein & Partners is one of the premier names in advertising with a long heritage of cutting edge and effective creative work. Perhaps best known for the "Got Milk" campaign (produced for the California Milk Processors), the agency has also worked for blue chip brands such as ...
Mission: We make stuff people care about. Things that are so interesting that people seek them out and want to spend time with them. We are a creative company that puts people at the center of everything we do. Our objective is the creation of tiny reactions in people’s heads after they interact with our ideas. We start by unlearning all the knee-jerk, familiar solutions to a problem and seeing it with fresh eyes.