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- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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You have access to all sorts of senior management, you're given the opportunity to work on a lot, and the workload is ever-changing.
Balancing the workload is the greatest challenge for working at LEVICK. Senior management will give you enough rope to go wherever you want but be warned, that rope can also be used to hang you.
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at LEVICK in June 2014.
Having been in the communications field for over eight years both in the US and Internationally, I can say with certainty that this was the most haphazard interview process I have ever gone through in my life.
I applied through email and was contacted over a month and half later by the HR associate to schedule an interview. I was in a meeting and so I called her back...three times since I left a message once, no call back so I called the next day, she hung up on me, then called back once more and she scheduled the interview. I was interviewing from out of town so I came in at my own cost and interviewed with four SVP & VPs. This went really well and they seemed intelligent and I liked the agency.
Next I waited two weeks and was contacted to do a timed two hour writing test, which I had to complete during business hours. I waited two weeks for an update, and finally emailed the HR associate who notified me that they wanted me to come in again for a second round of interviews. I then confirmed with her a time and date, and again flew in at my own cost. I get to the interview and she informs me she had me down for the next day, which I quickly showed her the email indicating we agreed on the day I was there. She asked me to come back the next day, but since I flew in just for the day (I took the day off of work) I couldn't. In the end she ended up hustling together the people that I needed to meet with, but I'm sure this cost me a good interview as the interviewees had no idea who I was and no chance to review my resume prior to being rushed into a room with me. It was bad on all accounts.
All in all a horrible process which I can't blame on the firm other than the fact they hired an HR associate who didn't seem to be very detail oriented.
- I was asked by one of the SVPs to tell them a joke. Answer Question
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