- Santa Monica, CA
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- Company - Private
- Advertising & Public Relations
- $25 to $100 million (USD)
Competitors: 72andSunny, Saatchi & Saatchi LA, TBWA\Chiat\Day
Best Places to Work: 2014 (#27)
I am working through my first project using RPA (I do not have any coding exp.) and the deadline is approaching and I have not made the progress needed and I am so stressed out. My team is overseas so I do not have anyone I can ask for help directly. It’s really taken a toll on me mentally like never before. I am not sure what to do at this point because I’m just so stressed and can’t sleep/think clearly anymore. Any advice who’s been in a similar situation? KPMG Deloitte Accenture EY PwC
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ProsBest part is culture. If you invest in RPA they will invest in you.
ConsIndependent Agency, sometimes growth limited by scope of accounts.
Advice to ManagementContinued transparency
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I applied online. I interviewed at RPA (United States)
InterviewVery supportive and organized. Recruiters were kind, reached out often, and were always happy to answer questions. Had 2-3 rounds including an initial screening-type interview that was just a phone call.Interview
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RPA Awards & Accolades
- One Show Creative Showcase, One Show Awards, 2016
- North American Effie Awards for Programmatic Advertising, Effie Worldwide, 2016
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