Freelance Digital Content Specialist, Chicago, IL - June 21, 2017
I was a freelancer who spent much of my time at the clients location, rather than the main office. However, was not informed of nor introduced to many of the clients for months, though I worked yards away. Both the company and its client were going through restructuring during this time, which made for complex accountability at times. Though all were pleasant and professional at all times. When working at main office, space was limited and my desk arrangements kept changing. Was glad to see my team performing well and supervisor internally awarded for hard work; however, though supervisor personally thanked his staff, team members weren't acknowledged in company accolades and had difficulty moving up and onto new projects. Company tried many new experiments in company workspace formats, benefits, and staffing structure. Some more successful than others. Though freelancers were heavily used; they didn't see the full benefit of these implementations. Company staff at all levels tries to learn from their successes and failures and evolve.