I worked at ID Media Worldwide full-time
the people, assistants, and medium level people that work here are helpful, energetic, and this place is great place to learn alot of the media world. The hours are not too bad as buyers, and vacation time is if anything too much.
Management is focused on getting new business and does not appreciate good workers, promotions are based on opportunity and not what is deserved, and the company is shrinking. The pay is on the lower end of what is industry standard.
Advice to Management
appreciate good workers more, push more initiatives to make the culture fun and comfortable while still pushing for good work, promote those that deserve promotions.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took a week. I interviewed at ID Media Worldwide.
The phone screen call went very smoothly. The recruiter simply asked me to explain my experience/confirm my resume. I came into the office for an in-person interview the same week as the phone screen. With the in-person interview, I was interviewed by 2 people that I would potentially work with. Both interviews were very conversational style, which made me feel comfortable. The interview was focused on my experience relevant to the position I was interviewing for. I did not receive any questions meant to trick me, and this section of the interview process also went by smoothly. The next day I got a call from the initiation recruiter with a job offer.