Mission: First, as always, clients. We fix their problems. We evolve and execute solutions that address their defining challenges.
Second, we will continue to enhance our position as a second-to-none consulting firm that specializes in communications. We recruit and ...
I have been working at LEVICK full-time
Opportunities to work with and learn from talented people
Great working environment (no really, it's great now)
Tons of opportunity for advancement that's based on your achievements and not the relationships that you have built internally.
The investors actually care about the staff and they show that by taking the time to communicate with the staff frequently.
The internal communication is better, there is no more fluff. We know when things are going well and we know when they aren't. There is no more guessing.
We are no longer a top heavy organization.
LEVICK has a bad reputation on the street and quite honestly it used to be deserved but it's not any longer. It's a different place now.
We lack diversity.
The hours can long and unpredictable.
Advice to Management
Bringing in the investors was the best thing that ever happened to the company. They did what no one believed could be done. They created a fun, safe, and fulfilling place to come to every day. Keep the jerks away and continue to remind the staff that they come first. If you make sure the investors stay in control of the company the sky will be the limit. You will have a staff that will be loyal and that will follow you because they believe in what you are building.
I applied through other source. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at LEVICK.
The interview was in-person with three separate people. One VP, the Director of the Fellowship and an Associate . Each was done separately and ran about 30-40 min each. Overall it was a very standard interview, but every now and then there were some questions to keep you on your toes. They allowed me to take the writing test home and said I would have 4 hours to complete it. The writing test was huge and impossible to complete in 4 hours, so I assume they wanted to see how you reacted under stress. I was only able to complete some of it before I had to submit it. I am glad I didn't get an offer because I don't think I could work there anyways.
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