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Amazing people! The culture is great! You will be able to learn from your team and other disciplines. Agency shuts down during the Christmas holidays, which is really nice. Great end-of-year bonus, which is based off opinions of your peers.
Takes a while to get promoted. Prior experience doesn't matter here. Pay is not good. Gossip City! There can be lots of negativity going around the agency, due to being over-worked, favoritism and low pay. No work-life balance.
Advice to Management
Look at the experience of the individual, not just the experience at LatinWorks. Listen to your employees and their concerns.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at LatinWorks.
Had two interviews with various members of the team (fairly brief) and then received an offer. It didn't really seem like they were trying to find a good fit for the company culture,etc but rather that they were desperate to get someone in fast. I felt like the interview process was a little short to really find a good fit for the position but I was a desperate college student at the time that wanted a job after I graduated so I just went with it. HR is terrible at this company. They are literally all over the place and made the process pretty confusing.
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Sometimes just plain advertising works, and sometimes you need LatinWorks. LatinWorks Marketing provides advertising and marketing services to FORTUNE 1000 clients seeking to tap into the growing Hispanic market. Its portfolio includes TV, print, and digital work for such brands as Anheuser-Busch, Mars, ESPN, and Burger King. Renouncing stereotypes in its creative work, the agency has instead based its strategic development process on an understanding of how generational differences influence the Hispanic worldview -- from acculturation through assimilation. The ...