Mission: Ketchum's vision is to be the most valued agency in the world. We will deliver value and accelerated growth by offering campaign-leading ideas with earned content at the core and communicated across the full PESO (paid, earned, shared, owned) spectrum.
I have been working at Ketchum full-time (More than 3 years)
Culture, People, Management. You hear these all the time, but, I really meant it. This is one of the best places I have ever worked! People are great, you will learn something, and everyone is always willing to help you. This is just not another agency, Ketchum is moving forward and setting the pace of what a communications agency should be. You will do some very good work here for some very cool clients, it's just not another agency gig. Kudos', if you interview here, ask what it is :^)
I have to go home. No, only kidding. I really cannot think about something that would not want someone to work here.
Advice to Management
Pivot. A 100% way to move a business into a new direction, keep up the momentum!
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Ketchum in November 2007.
I applied online, got a phone interview and then went in for an in-person interview and skills test a few days later. A few days after that I was offered a job and accepted. The people were nice, the questions were of average difficulty, mostly standard interview questions that you can prepare and plan for. The skills test was writing a press release and answering some current events questions, mostly designed to show you understand some of the things going on in the world. They said it was an environment where they had fun as well as worked hard, but it was mostly just working a lot.
They were not negotiable on salary at all, which was really frustrating.
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