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I worked at Sullivan Higdon & Sink full-time (More than a year)
The people and atmosphere are amazing. The effort put forth by management to create a fun environment should be praised. Also, all employees really want everyone to succeed and learn.
There tend to be clicks which can be hard to navigate. It varies with each hire and person leaving. Management seams secretive on new business and their process for growing the business. Benefits are okay but nothing special. The risk of being laid off is high. Management seems to be blind to the personnel resources they have internally in some cases. Many times there are some employees overworked and others with not enough.
Advice to Management
Evaluate your personnel and all their skills. Look beyond what you hired them for. Schedule time to pass on your knowledge. Share what you can as to how you plan to help the company grow. Don't just use broad terms so you can check the box. Really explain it. When doing so don't talk down to the employees. They are a very dynamic and intelligent group.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Sullivan Higdon & Sink.
After being screened on the phone, they tell you you're coming in for an interview, but what they don't tell you is you're put against a "team interview" firing squad. Be prepared to be in front of upwards of ten people at once. A lot of situational and personality-type questions. Overall, the process took a long time. I was told I was a finalist candidate against a few other prospects, but later found out that wasn't the case and I was their only true prospect for the position. I wish I had known as I could've used this as a bargaining chip for a higher salary.
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Sullivan Higdon & Sink helps brands stand out from the flock through integrated brand experiences conceived and executed by collaborative multi-disciplined teams. The people of Sullivan Higdon & Sink hate sheep because they remind us of marketing that follows instead of leads. Focus areas include the food value chain, health and wellness, finance, aerospace and defense, and marketing to men.