I have been working at SutherlandGold Communications full-time (Less than a year)
Inspiring CEO to learn from
Interesting business with lots of variety
Cool location to work from
Staff have lots of interesting skills
Lots of room to grow a career here
You'll do well if you're a self starter and have an assertive personality
Fun place to be with creative and passionate people
If you like a fast -paced environment with lots of change this is the place to be!
There are always doors for opportunity being opened here - be on the look out for them and give as much as you take and you'll love it here.
Inexperienced staff- lots are young people/first jobs can be a disadvantage for the culture at times, but also a plus that they are tapped into newest trends.
Not all business processes developed yet.
Need to be willing to ask questions, confront situations and be clear about what you want/need - not an environment for someone that is super shy.
Advice to Management
Keep focusing on being the example of process in action so young staff can copy.
Keep tapping into people's unique talents and keep sharing yours.
Don't be afraid to be the bad guy - keeps the toxicity out and weeds out people that don't fit the culture long term.
I applied online. The process took 7 weeks. I interviewed at SutherlandGold Communications.
Intern for NYC office. Began with a phone interview with their recruitment director (Jeanine) who was very friendly and easy to chat with. Within a week, put me in touch with the account director in their NYC office and I was invited down for an in-person interview. The NYC office was spacious, with room for growth - currently a very small team of 5-7. Upon arriving, I was greeted and they had a closed office space in the back for my interview, which was nice (less noise/distraction). I was interviewed by both the account director and coordinator, which I found helpful and made the interview process slightly more comfortable. It took twice the time that I was told/expected to hear back, but this was also due to holidays. While I was declined, I was overall happy with the interview process and feel that they took the time to get to know me as an applicant.
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