I worked at Wondersauce full-time (More than a year)
- amazing culture and co-workers
- lots of opportunities for growth
- cool clients and projects
- lots of office dogs (!!)
- work/life balance can be improved
- more oversight and support needed for interns and junior employees
- setting unrealistic expectations with the client early on in the project negatively effects team later on
Advice to Management
- lighten the work load and focus on a better and healthier work/life balance
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Wondersauce (New York, NY) in March 2017.
First, had a great phone screening and was then called in for an in person interview the following week with two team members. The first interview was great and very engaging however, the second one was HORRIFIC and very UNPROFESSIONAL. I've been on plenty of interviews in my life, and never came across one this unpleasant. The interviewer took 15 mins to come into the room and entered ever so nonchalantly and mumbled "Hi." You can tell they had no prior experience interviewing creatives. Of course it being an interview, I had to put up with the load of crap. They cut me off when I was going over my portfolio (handed me back my iPad as if they were allergic to Apple products) and had a mean scowl on their face the whole interview coupled with a fake smile. It was very rushed and you could tell they didn't want to be there. Their tone was very condescending and they asked questions almost to trip me up. Again, very unprofessional. I had to bite my tongue several times due to their NASTY ATTITUDE. Total mood killer. Just meeting that one person alone was enough to make me not want to work for the agency which is a shame because they're doing some fantastic work. If employees like ttar are in the mix, I can only imagine what else is lurking in the water.
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