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 online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at tpn (New York, NY) in January 2015.
I had a fluffy HR screening with a woman located in TX. Clearly they we're reading questions off a list. The lady could have been filing her nails for all that I know. All of my experience has been with tech companies and she even asked me if I knew how an IPAd worked? Ugh yes I do. Some of TPN's "like" clients use IPAD's for in-store marketing, promotions.
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