IT Manager - North America (Current Employee) – Ohio – October 14, 2014
Working with FITCH throws you straight into the heart of the Creative Process. Since the industry is primarily Idea driven, your problems are as well. So if think outside of the box it may be a good company for you. There is no "quick fix" for anything, you have to be just as creative as the people you work with.
Compensation could definitely be higher, but the perks that come with the job definitely help level that out.
company breakfast every friday, good hr staff, singular culture, no games
pay could be better, corporate communications need more transparency
DTP Associate (Current Employee) – 229 West 28th Street, New York, NY 11370 – April 4, 2014
Great environment, an amazing learning addition, the hardest part of the job was not having proper management between departments, the most enjoyable part was the constant challenge directly from customers and the support with any tools needed to present a great job
Architectural Job Captain/Drafter (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 20, 2012
A typical day is 70% C.Y.A., 30% actual production. I have learned how to C.Y.A. properly. Only looks out for each other. I like my co-workers. Most of us have worked together at previous offices. The hardest part about the job is getting any kind of support or mentorship from upper management. The job is indoors, that's about where the enjoyable ends.
very low pay for the job expected, expensive insurance, no mentorship from management, the office is kept in a police state, big borther is always watching...