I have been working at Dailey & Associates full-time (More than a year)
Easy hours, fun brands. It was a really fun place to work - people were awesome and bosses were cool. Good times, Good times.
Wasn't really any. It's not like you had to work late which is a plus however you're probably not going to do any award winning work either.
Advice to Management
Keep it up
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Dailey & Associates (West Hollywood, CA) in August 2012.
I applied for the position via LinkedIn and was contacted by a member of the HR Department. After several email exchanges, I was brought in to talk with the Director of Digital Production. We had a pleasant conversation which included pretty standard interview questions... history, management style, interests, etc. He immediately wanted to have me interview with the Executive Digital Producer on the account I was interviewing for, but she happened to be out of the office. On my way out, I received a call that she had just arrived in the office. So, I turned right around and went back in. After another fairly standard interview, I was ushered on my way feeling positive. I was asked to come back in the next week to speak with their Associate Director of Digital Production. After that interview, I was given an offer just under a week later.
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