I worked at The Baddish Group full-time (More than a year)
The company gives you tons of exposure to the Public Relations industry. It's small size sets the scene for even low level employees to get hands on experience working with clients. There are a ton of fun industry events every week to attend (both events hosted by clients and invitations to other events) All of the clients are great wines and spirits companies. Great team to work with.
The hours are extremely long and busy with some weekend work, but I've found that is the nature of the industry, and it is the same elsewhere.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at The Baddish Group (New York, NY) in May 2016.
It seemed like a normal interview at first with the typical type of questions that are asked about my professional experience in the public relations field, but then quickly turned to the owner bashing her current employees talking about how dumb they are and that she needed me to come in and take over since they can't do anything correctly. It was very uncomfortable since I did not know the owner of the company at all. I just didn't respond when she said such things to avoid any confrontation.
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