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I have been working at tpn full-time
At my time here I've had the opportunity to work on big name clients while still maintaining some creative freedom. This company also has a good work/life balance, and unlike other agencies treats you like an adult. If the work gets done, and the quality remains high, there's little micro-managing. Also, the free daily lunch and monthly massage helps. Great culture!
A bit top heavy when it comes to management, with little turnover at higher levels. Still finding its identity in a digital world.
I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at tpn.
The interview process is thorough, they make sure they are choosing the right candidate which is great. But that requires a decent amount of grilling. For an entry level position I had to interview with 6 different people over the course of 2 days. It isn't necessarily hard, its just long and in-depth. They ask the right questions. They will forewarn you of any potential team drama/difficult personalities to make sure you can handle it. Its weird they share their dirty laundry that openly but its honest... would you rather find out after?
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