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I have been working at Huge full-time
I've worked at Huge's DC office for 2+ years, and have found an endless number of opportunities to learn, grow, and be my best self in a work environment filled with smart, ambitious, and wonderful people. I'm confident that whenever I approach a problem, as long as I give it my all, my coworkers will be there to support my work whether it is a success or failure.
Huge's multi-office network is also highly collaborative, and the company is very supportive of offices working together. I've frequently described DC as a 50 person office, with the capabilities and knowledge of 1,000 employees.
Working teams are generally very small by design, and can combine with the fast-paced nature of many projects to create high-stress environments with little warning.
Advice to Management
Continue being accessible to your employees, and work collaboratively with them on projects, rather than just providing oversight on said work.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 12+ months. I interviewed at Huge (San Francisco, CA) in July 2015.
I had a bunch of audio and video calls with (then) ECD and GCDs at first (great people), and was transferred to HR people for recruitment coordination. I interviewed with 6 people individually, from Creative Directors to VP consecutively at the agency. Unfortunately, there was a misunderstanding about the role I was interviewing for, which created confusion in conversations and ended up being pretty unsettling.
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