While the overall company culture is positive, Intouch is still viewed more as a technical/production agency and not a creative agency. As a result, the creative team is the least influential department in the agency. Thick silos and disorganized, wishy washy management doesn't help.
The company is growing dramatically, and it's a nice work environment, but the pharma-centric nature of the work makes it a dead zone for anyone looking to do solid, creative work.
Good pay, good work/life balance
Awkward communication, siloed departments, unexperienced management, poor communication