Have heard from numerous people on the inside that some agencies are only hiring women at the moment. Has anybody experienced this lately? Happening a lot in Chicago.
Your best comeback stories? Ever had someone fuck you over, only to find yourself in a position of power over them years later? How sweet is sweet revenge?
What do you do when a new role/agency actually turns out to be a career derailment? Massive step down and mislead about the role
Recruiter gets ghosted by an applicant. Year later, same applicant returns. Recruiter shoots back an email, “I am not calling you for this role even though your background would make you a great fit.”
What makes a great CCO? What makes a terrible one? If CCO currently, how has your transition gone from your previous role to this one? What was that previous role?
How long after graduating college did you find your “career?” Not just the first job you got (although it could be), but the position where you felt like “this is my path.”
Do big agencies fear diversity? Do they feel introducing high level talent of color will begin chipping away at traditions of white leadership? Do they fear hiring ppl of color bc of their influence?
I am in a situation where I have figured out the mistakes that held me back. How do I fix my reputation? Take a step down and show humility or start fresh at a step up position? And kill it?
My exit interview is tomorrow and during my time at this agency I’ve experienced the grossest of misconduct that has turned me off from advertising as a whole. I kept receipts as one does and ... cont
After 8 months and countless interviews, I finally received an offer letter for a brand-side role today. The process was no joke. If tips would be helpful to anyone, happy to share.
I’m currently interning at a large agency but could have an opportunity for a junior position in-house. Would that be a smart move or should I hold out and see if I get hired at the place I’m at now?
My official reason for leaving is “I’m moving” but my real reason is feeling pushed out, marginalized and undermined. Should I exit interview truthtell or leave it alone and move on?
I’m in my first role out of college, and sometimes I just feel so useless... I’m getting better, I feel like I do perform necessary functions the team needs, but im not GOOD... and I’m used to being
I'm fairly young but just lost my job due to coronavirus and no ones hiring. I heard this is like it was on 9/11 or after natural disasters. How long will it take to get back to normal?
If you’re in a privileged position to be able to wfh/ not be economically hit from the lockdowns - consider donating part of your $1200 government check who aren’t so lucky.
Just got an unsolicited email from a recruiter about an opportunity. I’m stunned. My city’s on lockdown. Agencies are actually hiring now?
Is everyone on a hiring freeze during this thing? Just curious how it is and will impact three job market
I have a (dumb) question. What does it really mean when a job opening is put on hold? Is that just code for no longer hiring, or does it mean they are waiting to make sure there’s room?
Help. Laid off and need a new gig but from what I see everyone is in a hiring freeze. I’m truly scared I’ll be out of work for a solid 6 months given everything. Is anyone still hiring out there??
Unchecked capitalism as we know it is destroying the environment and we play a role in its palatability. Do y’all feel like there’s an alternative?
I have been looking for a job since June and was this close to getting an offer. But then Corona happened and they just told me that they are going on a hiring freeze. 😭😭😭
Recruiters / hiring managers: can you shed some light into the current conversations happening regarding pausing hiring? Are you hoping to still make offers after this is all over?
Given the outbreak, are places actually going to be hiring right now? Recently laid off from 9-5 and my freelance is starting to fizzle.
Anyone else wonder what recruiters do during a hiring freeze? (And yes, I realize I could have stopped the question after “do”.)
160over90 won’t let us WFH but just used Coronavirus as an excuse to suspend all annual raises indefinitely. I’d say stay away, but hiring is suspended too despite being understaffed. Disgusted.
Anyone have thoughts on how the corona virus will also affect how (or if) agencies will be hiring?
Is it a bad time to job search/take a new job? I’m currently in a position where my job is safe (as long as company stays in biz) but I’m wanting to move to a bigger company. Thoughts?