Mission: At ONE400, we believe that everyday is an opportunity to innovate and be a part of the future of law. And while change typically happens slowly in the legal industry, we don’t believe that it should be that way when it comes to your practice or startup. In fact, every ...
I worked at ONE400 full-time (More than 3 years)
Great place to work! Everyone is very supportive and encouraging. A place where you can live a stress free life instead of just working.
Flexibility to work remotely
No cons to share.
Fast growing company!!
Advice to Management
Keep it up!
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at ONE400 (Pasadena, CA) in December 2016.
The interview starts with a 30-minute phone call and then about an hour long in-person interview. The phone interview involved normal questions like "tell me about yourself" or "what experience do you have in PPC". The CEO initially discussed a 36K salary, which is pretty off if you're asking for 2+ years of experience. Other digital agencies are offering 38 - 45K for entry level positions in LA with less than a year experience. The in-person interview was focused on their clients, which were people from the legal industry. I'd recommend researching the legal industry and the types of marketing involved. It seemed like a pretty difficult industry to do marketing for and they don't have a large client base at One400 - less than 20 if I remember correctly. A lot of them are small firms so not getting very much money into the company I'd say. The sales team is nothing short of 1 person, so they're not necessarily having very many people come through the door. And the sales person is young - maybe under 30. They let me know that they would send me an update after 7-10 days, but never gave me an update. If you take the day off to drive in traffic for a one hour interview, I'd think it'd be common courtesy to notify candidates. Something as simple as "we are interviewing other candidates". They don't have a recruiter or an HR team, so I would say that would've been a red flag for me. I personally think people can find a better agency in LA. There are literally hundreds of them in LA. Overall, don't recommend even bothering with this place. I'd shoot for applying to their actual clients like boutique law firms in-house and give these clients value. It looks like there are a number of law firms looking for a marketing person. Shoot for those. They'd rather pay you the 38K a year for an entry level job then 50K a year at a marketing agency.
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