I have been working at Omnicom Media Group full-time (More than 8 years)
Good work/life balance depending on what department you work on.
Last minutes changes within internal departments which doesn't give you enough time to reschedule your outside day to day routine.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Omnicom Media Group (New York, NY) in May 2017.
I was referred by a friend who works for one of the agencies under Omnicom. I sent my resume to the hiring contact I was given and was quickly set up with a phone interview/screen. It went well and I seemed to fit one of the roles they were hiring for. I was set to meet with two team members who I would be working under. The first person I met with didn't seem to be all that attentive and I think she was checking her cell phone during the interview and texting. It didn't seem formal at all, rushed and odd. After interviewing with her I was set to meet another team member, but she was scheduled in meetings so I was told that HR would reach out to reschedule time for me to meet with her. I was proactive and reached out myself, only to get a response that the team thought I was too junior for the role and offered me to interview for a role that I'm literally already working. Wouldn't you know that I was too junior if you read my resume? Strange and a wast of my time. I followed up to ask for more details on what they were looking for and any improvements I could make and let them know that I didn't want to make a lateral move or move backwards. The response back, nothing, radio silence. I have to say my view of this company hit a low and I wouldn't really want to work for them.
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