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Definitely an advertising agency lifestyle
Management Coordinator (Current Employee), Parsippany, NJNovember 15, 2013
Pros: lots of great parties
Everyone is always on the go. People are nice but it's definitely a work hard atmosphere. Pay is okay but the work can get tedious. The people are what make this place!
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Productive learning environment with fun and active company culture
Intern (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJJune 6, 2013
As an Intern at OCHWW, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to learn as much as I could at the company; the "uncommon" culture at OCHWW created a dynamic atmosphere that was fun and exciting. I was able to sit in on creative client meetings, learn about the process of a job, and generally I was able to learn about how the flow of an agency works. – more... My coworkers were helpful and interested in making my time at the company as an intern be as productive as possible.
The company's culture also played a role in my experience: Fun activities for the employees heightened the work stamina and atmosphere and a summer-long intern group campaign assignment exposed the interns to the daily tasks and flow of a job, in a creative manner.
My overall internship experience was great. – less
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Typical agency environment
Copy Supervisor (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJJuly 31, 2012
Pros: the actual physical environment is not bad. the company is part of a huge network, so benefits are good.
Cons: business realities always trump human needs and emotions.
I've been part of great teams, reporting to great managers, and part of stressed teams, reporting to process-fixated micromanagers. How far you go and what you contribute often depends on the whimsy of fate as to your team and manager.

There is no work-life balance. As with all agencies, you may be expected to work evenings and weekends for months – more... on end if the business/client warrants. – less