I have been working at Ayers Saint Gross full-time
Medium to Large sized firm that supports you and will not let you fail. Allows for growth while doing great work.
Because it is a medium to large firm, it is difficult to know what the firm as a whole is working on. There could be other projects in the office that you don't know about.
Advice to Management
Integrate the firm as whole and allow more cross projects throughout the firm and different locations. Also be a little more transparent with communication of the firm and the direction
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Ayers Saint Gross (Baltimore, MD) in November 2016.
I submitted a resume and cover letter online, then was contacted shortly after by their human resources. She asked if there was a good time to call to chat about the position. Over the phone, she asked a couple questions and then asked when I would like to have an interview. I went in for an in-person interview the next week and interviewed with the marketing managers. After the interview, I was asked to submit a few samples of my work. I emailed the marketing managers a few questions, which they said was fine to do, but never heard a response back. Then,, unfortunately, the company that I was currently employed at was contacted by Ayers Saint Gross and alerted them of my interview, even though I had not put down anyone at my current company as a reference. This was blatantly unprofessional, and highly disrespectful of my privacy. About a week later I was contacted by human resources to let me know of their decision.
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