Compare 360i vs Code and Theory BETASee how Code and Theory vs. 360i compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at 360i full-time
Really enjoyed by time at 360i, and worked there for number of years. Learned more there in my first year than i did in my three years prior to joining the agency. You will be given ample opportunity... to succeed if you are willing to work hard. Family type atmosphere and your fellow employees are willing to help even if it means extra work for them.
To be honest, if you are not willing to work hard this may not be the place for you. I recommend 360i to people who are self driven and willing to work their butts off to move their clients business... forward. Don’t assume you will get promoted just for sitting in your job, doing the same thing day after day. If you are willing to do that you will succeed.
I have been working at Code and Theory full-time for more than a year
- you will learn an incredible amount. not just about your discipline in tech / design / strategy, but also about how to lead teams, define processes, and help manage multi-million dollar... engagements with some of the biggest clients. - all things considered, it is a flat organization. the doors here are actual glass ... and always open. go to talk to the Partner or President even if they are intense. you won't regret it, they are unbelievably smart and want the best for their employees. - you are given more responsibility as a 20 or 30 something year old than most other places. this is relevant inside and outside of the agency world; it's hard to find a place in which you can own as much as you can here. the learnings are invaluable. - the work we do is honestly great. some hiccups here and there I'm sure, but by and large, our work is what gets us business. - people you work with are dedicated and smart. the ones that aren't do not last long. especially those that don't understand that 50-60 (..even 70+..) hour work weeks are necessary.
- learning curve given the responsibility you'll be tasked with. - intense hours, work environment at times (this seems to be changing, though..) - PR efforts are minimal and should be more of... a strategic focus for the company - not enough company-sponsored social events
Advice to Management
- continue to invest in training new employees - prioritize PR / marketing of the company - continue to build the culture of this company through corporate events; it has much more of an impact... than realized