Mission: We make stuff people care about. Things that are so interesting that people seek them out and want to spend time with them.
We are a creative company that puts people at the center of everything we do. Our objective is the creation of tiny reactions in ...
I have been working at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners full-time
Feels like family and everyone is supportive of each other. From Jeff Goodby to the folks in the mailroom. If you have a problem, the partners are on it to solve it and push the client. You always feel like everyone is fighting for the best work and the partners foster an atmosphere of transparency and integrity. Never been happier.
The place has won a ton of new business which of course makes staffing hard. People work long hours but since the people are so kind and hilarious it rarely feels like work. Plus there are the cutest dogs in the world running around at all times.
Advice to Management
Keep being your honest, supportive and lovable selves.
I applied online. I interviewed at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners (San Francisco, CA).
Probably one of the worst interview experiences I've ever had.
I had one in person interview with the Employee Services Associate Director who reached out to me after applying to a Craiglist ad. First of all, she was 15 minutes late, due to being "stuck in a meeting". Then she sat me down in her office, told me absolutely nothing about the job position or the company, and proceeded to ask me about my previous job experience. She threw in 2-3 very basic questions in there, then asked, "any questions"? I was shocked and thrown off guard because she barely asked or told me anything. I proceeded to ask her about 6-7 questions, which she put no effort into responding to. Honestly this company needs to train their employees to interview better, because I was given absolutely no chance in this process.
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