Hiring a bunch of freelance teams right now. I need senior level (sr AD/CW and above) conceptual creatives with proven experience and strong activation expertise. I need at least 2 teams to start next week. This is a VMLYR project for one of our larger non-pharma clients. No visas/interns/ECD level. Shoot me a DM.
What are your thoughts on consulting firms such as Lippincott and Vivaldi, and would anyone be able to provide a referral?
Any one else having a really hard time communicating with recruiters during the interview process lately? I’m getting ghosted, ignored and/or given misinformation about timelines and next steps. I’ve been on the hiring manager side and know that things change and are equally frustrating but just shocked at how I’m being treated as a candidate for roles I’m being strongly considered for.
Starting a new job soon and they just told me they’d like me to join a team-wide offsite in person in July (the role is fully remote). I’m vaxxed but have an underlying issue and still feel uncomfortable/like it’s too soon for me. I feel awkward explaining that. What’s reasonable?
There’s a role at Droga5 within Accenture that is hiring. What would be my best method of finding a recruiter fit thus role since it’s the agency within Accenture? Do I reach out to any recruiter?
Anyone have any social strategy/influencer openings on their team? I know everyone is hiring but no one is posting on LinkedIn!! Pleaseeee reach out if you have any leads :)
I got contacted by a recruiter about a role at an agency. It’s a lateral title move (maybe a salary bump) and I’m not unhappy at my job, but I generally have a rule of taking every call. I’m 4 interviews in - at the assignment / offer stage and I’m increasingly uneasy. Culture feels a little toxic, the work isn’t super exciting, lots of turnover etc. Thinking I should pull out as to no waste time. Any reason not to that I’m missing (aside from bridge burning?)
To the hiring manager asking me to complete a written assignment that includes case studies of my best work; my point of view on what makes a successful campaign; examples of brands that are getting it right and why; examples of brands that are getting it wrong and what I’d change; plus, a proposed timeline, staffing plan, budget breakdown, and strategy outline for a fictitious client: Who hurt you? To other people going through something similar: I see you and promise to never do this.
How do I quit a job after 3 months delicately/professionally? Never been in this situation before, I started a new agency job in March and have pretty much been miserable since. While my boss senses that I am not be too happy in the role, we’ve never been able to openly discuss it in depth. Anyway, I just got offered a new role that seems like a better fit. When I give my notice, should I refuse to tell my current boss where I’m going out of fear of retaliation?
Left an in house UX job a few months ago after nearly five years and see the ‘updated’ requisition for backfill was turned into a junior role (used to be Sr. Manager). Why don’t companies see the value of design leadership?! It totally reinforced that going back agency side was the right move. I’m baffled so many folks view in house as this amazing sanctuary, I had the opposite experience.
Converting on a freelance-to-perm role, and the agency offered $10k less than my low range. I like the people but don’t love the client, and I’ve got enough cushion for a month or two. Do I: a) feel grateful for a full-time offer during an uncertain time, and just accept? b) counter with an argument about my existing value to the account, knowing that they probably won’t come up the full $10k? c) stand firm on my range and tell them I’m prepared to walk if it doesn’t work for them?
Is it weird to work at a place where you were laid off due to corona? If they’re hiring, is it weird to reach out? Left on good terms.
Any insight into a Corporate Communications Manger salary range at Facebook? No location as the position is remote.
I’m interviewing at an agency and I love two of the client teams I have meet with so far. Is it possible to ask to be put on both team if both accounts offer me the role ( it’s the same role )?
Recruiters: what percentage (would you guess) that you actually end up hiring people you did informational interviews/meetings with in the past?
Agency: Promotes female to leadership role. Ad Age: Writes sexist breaking news headline. Fishbowl: Erupts.
Struggling in my new role, and think making a pivot to an account management role might suit my skill set better. Would raising this to my manager raise a red flag, or is it being proactive?
How long did it take you to get into a senior position (e.g., senior strategist, senior art director, etc.)? Please include all years of experience including internships.
Anyone know of any agencies that would be open to hiring remote even after COVID? (Feels almost naive of me to say “after” but regardless...) I’m job searching right now and found some potential leads in my home city, but I’d love to keep my options open 👀
Why is it so hard to find a jr. strategy role? 😭 should I just mainly consider being an AAE at a creative agency,
What’s the average relocation fee an agency might pay (or at least a decent relocation fee)? I’m planning to move from the west coast to the east coast, and would love advice. Also, it’s for a senior level role (not c-level or anything).
This might be a dumb question but do you generally respond to recruiter messages on LinkedIn when you’re not currently interested in the role they reached out for? Or let it sit in your inbox? Not sure what the etiquette is 😬
Anybody have any tips on how to go about the relocation conversation? I’m looking to move out of the city with our main office to a city with a much smaller office. With post-covid office culture I can’t imagine it’s that big of an ask. That said, I’m in a junior role and have been with the company for less than a year so I don’t know if this is a question I should really even ask at this time.
I have a 2nd round of interview with a big tech company next week. Background: I applied a different position a year ago and got rejected in the 1st round. 1 year later, the same department reached me out and offered me an interview opportunity for a different position. The first round (with one of team member) went well and I got invited to the 2nd round interview with a hiring manager next week. And... I figured the interviewer is the person I interviewed last year who reiected me..! Continue
I am so lost. Feeling stuck in a role I don’t enjoy, yet no idea what I actually want to do. I know I don’t want to keep chasing the next “job.” Help.
Is two years too little to stay at an agency at the VP level? I’m considering moving on to take an equity role with a friend’s agency startup, but if it fails I worry two years at my current (well-regarded, on the rise agency) is too short a tenure to look good on a CV. Previous role I was only in six months but left to relocate countries; was in a role five years before that. Cause for concern?
I applied to an in-house job on Wednesday (5/26) with an internal referral. Haven’t heard anything yet. How long should they take to get back to me if they’re interested? A week feels long, but maybe in-house moves slower? Am I wrong to assume they’ll give me some kind of reply because I was referred?
Does anyone have any advice about applying for Account Executive roles at large companies? I’m currently in my first job after college, was promoted from junior AE to AE, and am looking to make the move to NYC. Any advice on how to set myself apart or prepare for interviews for these roles would be so appreciated! (Especially since I don’t have many inside contacts) Or if anyone knows any NY companies hiring😊 Thank you!
Got approached by another agency (media) regarding a Director role. Somewhat nice client and benefits +30%, but when the offer came, salary and responsibility were as discussed but title downgraded to Associate Director. Hiring manager told me he got pushback against my years of experience, but they still went ahead with salary and task description of a director. Should I consider it?
No, you should not accept a lower salary for remote or flex work. Stop that shit right now. Don’t even let those in charge of hiring entertain the thought. You. Are. Saving. Them. Overhead.
What’s happening in the community ny? I know they are hiring but I don’t know anything about them aside from the oreo vault work.
I am currently working at an agency in Europe, they pay well for a junior position compare to other places and have a good work-life balance culture. They are not very well known though. Recently I got an offer from a big agency in the US. I love their work and everything but I don't like the city where they are. My ultimate goal is to move to the US but not that city. They make great work, no work-life but I'd learn a lot for sure. What should I do?
I graduated a few weeks ago and accepted a role for an art direction internship at a good agency but not somewhere I love. They only gave me a day to sign the offer letter, so I did because I didn’t have other immediate options. But a few days later an agency I love reached out to me about a Jr. AD opening. I’ve now done 4 interviews and have another call next week. How bad will it be to pull out of the internship right as it’s starting if I get this offer for a full time job?
I was approached by a firm after 6 months in my current role and is offering about $10-15K more than my current role. My gut is to take it but it will be my third role in a year (had to move due to covid) and scared I will look like an job hopper. I’m looking to move and need the money. Thoughts would be appreciated
Subject: Dentsu reorg. What is the good, the bad, and the ugly? Looking for the good but open to all the nitty gritty. Turnover rate? New processes? Future cuts? Future hiring sprees? Middle management sweep? Inclusion efforts — are you invited to meetings to have a voice? Restructuring is hard and lonely road to an unknown destination. Where are you on that road?
Has anyone ever been in a position where they've seen their client being bullied by their CEO/Senior manager? And if so, did they do anything to report it?
Have an exit interview tomorrow. Any tips?
Ooh an ACD role in Miami... hey wait a minute!
Been on a long freelance contract at an agency. Took a much lower hourly rate with the promise of converting to FT staff after 3 months. Due to Covid that timing got pushed (understandably) but I recently learned the FT role is not available until 2022 earliest. Got a new freelance offer after 1 day of reaching out at my regular day rate. What to do?
Strategy vs PMO work? Been seeing a lot of people say pmo work is not actually consulting and that’s the only “consulting” I’ve been doing. What’s the difference (besides one is pmo/implementation and one is strategy - I’m referring to exit ops, why one is better for certain people, etc)
BCG 🐠 - I have a phone screen for a consulting role. I was just promoted to our post-MBA position after 2.5 years out of undergrad If I came over, could I be a Consultant or will they demote me?
Any ACN 🐠 have they latest on how they’re handling hiring freezes and potential layoffs? My husband applied and got interest. But now the leads have gone cold.
Need help in choosing a company - I have offers from 3 companies for UX designer role 1) Deloitte India (Consultant) 2) Thermo fisher scientific 3) Boeing I am from India with 4.5 years of design experience. Which one would be a good choice? I have worked in 2 startups and don't have a lot of peers or friends who can help me out. I will appreciate any response.
Anyone joined a consulting startup? What are the things to negotiate in the job offer considering you are offered a founding team position?
Is guidehouse healthcare sector hiring?
Folks with 3-7 years of capital management/treasury risk experience, DM if you're keen on an auditor role in IA for a top 5 Bank
Is anyone from the agencies in this bowl open to making a referral for a graphic/web designer? My boyfriend worked for a small events agency and everyone has been laid off due to cancelled events from COVID.
Please reach out if anyone is looking to join deloitte. Our advisory practice is hiring extremely aggressively in almost all areas
Have an interview tomorrow and wrote down some notes in my notebook on what I know about the company/founders/role and questions I have. Is it ok to bring this into the interview?
Poll: my friend not on this app has an offer to join BCG/McK. She currently has 1.5 years pre MBA experience at a boutique strategy (LEK) with strong bschool placements and exit opps but not fond...
Given the below options for a SC role. -Dell Latitude 14" -Dell Precision 15.6" -Mac Air 13" -MacPro 16" I have a personal MacPro 13" (hardly use it but love it). I always used ThinkPad in all of my past roles. I won't be doing any hardcore coding in my new role. Feedback on Dell laptops and any suggestions? TIA
Small rant. The colleague who appears to sleep in meetings/not complete work is nominated for managerial role. Lol. I can’t
I found out this week that I’m getting promoted to tax manager this fall. I had applied for a senior FP&A role at an insurance industry and now they asked me to the final round of interviews. Really my only reason for leaving is pay and wanting more consistent hours, but I worry industry will leave me wanting more money. What are your thoughts on this situation? Currently at a mid-tier firm.
Looking for insights on Nike Director role does anyone have actual knowledge on salary and bonus structure?
When your president wants to bring in outside media professionals to audit your plans, do you quit? Are you getting fired? Anyone hiring?!
If you’re a senior interviewing for a manager position, how do you convince the interviewer that you’re ready for manager?
hiring for senior risk assurance roles in northeast . please send resume if interested. email@example.com
Had in-person interviews w/10 ppl on Friday. Sent thank you follow-ups & had a positive re (including hiring manager). But I didn’t get a time frame on hearing back. Should I ask HR? If so, when?
Looks like someone’s been naughty this year 😱 https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/sick-santa-mrs-claus-may-have-exposed-50-georgia-kids-n1251236
ATL ACD openings anywhere?
My teammate is leaving for a new opportunity soon and I will be floating by myself for a few months. Would anyone be able to provide me with any solid books that pertain to our field? I'm open to anything for creative, people manager 101, digital marketing, career motivating, etc. Trying to swim along to find my new normal and be self motivated.
Venting- I’m 5 weeks pregnant. All my clothes feel awful. Bloated out of my mind. Emotional. Want to be alone but work “summit” is happening. I’m anxious for it to stick. Can’t talk about it. 😫😫😫😫
Has anyone been sent a package from Hilton for hitting 100 nights? I received an email from FedEx that a Hilton address was sending a package, within a week of hitting 100 nights on the year.
So I just joined this company about 1.5 months ago, have had a loss in the family so took three bereavement days. Was planning on taking the day off and spending time with my partners family July 2 but on a call we just had, seems like no one else on my direct team is taking any days off leading up to the holiday. Would this make me look bad for taking that day off?/having already taken three days since I joined?
A KPMG recruiter set up a time to chat about a job opportunity (I didn’t apply for the role; they reached out to me on their own), but they totally ghosted me! They set up a time to chat with me and asked for my resume, but never called me and didn’t respond to my messages. What gives?🖕 KPMG
Interview process for Deloitte? SC
How long should it take after a final round EH interview with BCG to hear back on the decision? Do chances start to diminish with time.
Have to say one of the best things I did this year was getting an Amazon Prime subscription
"You're going to sit around a lot, eat like crap and put on weight." Must have missed that lesson in portfolio school.
I was on a partner/manager call today and they were discussing the “high” turnover at the senior and experienced associate level. What was shocking is that while ours is about double normal, evidently we are 3 out of 4 in turnover meaning 2 of the Big 4 are even higher.
90% of managers are hands on and awesome, pick up the slack when needed! But that 10% that sit there with nothing to do asking you where everything is at once.. common that doesn't motivate anyone!
If you're negotiating a start date with a new firm and you need to give your current firm 2 weeks and want some time to yourself before starting, but you already have a vacation planned in the early fall, is it an issue to take 2-3 weeks before starting as long as you're clear that you have a pre-planned trip?
The 3 weeks of Interview preparation and 7 hours of interviews, boils down to a 2mins of rejection call.