Fun workplace, free breakfast, good coworkers, opportunity to learn a lot about Human Resources, great Human Resources Generalist.
HR Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles – June 8, 2016
I enjoyed working here. I learned a lot and was eager to come to work each day. The company was a little unclear with their goals and the Human Resources Director was unable to provide clear guidelines as to what she wanted from the HR Department. Her lack of communication eventually made me extremely uncomfortable that I had to find employment elsewhere.
Art Director (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 29, 2014
The best thing about RAPP is that they encourage their employees to excel, so will pay for some classes, seminars to further the growth of their employees. They want to be able to promote their employees to the next level. There are many perks that other big agencies don't have. Excellent health benefits, too.
free breakfasts and coffee. 25 cent sodas. free beer on thursdays or at special events.
overworked, underpaid and burn out their employees. it's a revolving door.
Overall, I learned and grew so much at RAPP, both personally and professionally.
RAPP Coordinator, Counselor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 21, 2015
A typical day at work work for me at RAPP entailed getting to the high school, and from there having sessions with my clients, some possible group work in my office or in a classroom, and also doing a workshop in the classroom about numerous different relevant topics, some of the main ones being domestic violence 101, harassment, and healthy relationships.
I learned an abundant amount from this job. The amount of knowledge I gained about the dynamics of abusive relationships is immense, along with so many other issues that are such a problem in society today, thus so important and valuable to be knowledgeable in. And I enhanced my clinical skills and knowledge so much as well though excellent supervision from both of my clinical supervisors, as well as some incredibly informative trainings throughout my years there. Additionally, I learned a lot from peer supervision from my coworkers, who were always supportive, knowledgeable, and great to work with overall.
The hardest part of the job was the sometimes very difficult position of having to call children's services after a client had told you they were experiencing abuse of some kind. Not only was it hard to hear that this adolescent was suffering abuse, often times by the hand of a parent of close family member, and was possibly in danger, but also the second part of this very difficult experience was having to break the therapist-client relationship of confidentiality, which can be very devastating for an adolescent client whom you have built a very trusting relationship with.
It's difficult to pick just one most enjoyablemore... part of the job, but if I had to, I would say realizing in some manner, whether I saw it for myself or the client would process and provide feedback to me, that the work you had been doing with your client has paid off, and the therapeutic relationship that you built with them led to the client's life being enhanced, or healed, or a crisis solved, etc. Having these moments was incredibly rewarding and uplifting for me.less
very flexible schedule, autonomous position, however still supportive environment with supervisors
no regular raises (did get raises but at random times)
SVP, Strategy and Enablement (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 4, 2013
RAPP is an old school Direct Marketing agency that is transitioning into a Digital leader. The Dallas office has a history and capability of delivering Database and Technology solutions in support of marketing communications programs.
Management works hard and leads by example. Unfortunately the Dallas office is held back by the headquarters office in New York and useless overhead resources and financial requirements.
smart, data driven, digital ip
limited work-life balance, ny headquarter office overhead
Client Services Intern (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 9, 2015
very fun work environment, I learned different skills to help me advance my career in online advertisement. the people are open to help with any issue and are there to offer advise if needed. The most enjoyable part of the job was the surroundings and the people
ASSOCIATE PRODUCTION DIRECTOR (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – December 10, 2012
Love the people, some of the smartest I ever worked with! Things change a lot, so you need to be flexible. There is always more to learn and everyone is always happy to teach you what they know. They listen to what you have to say and are considered a valuable member of the team in whatever capacity you are in.
Competitive advertising agency part of a big holding
HR Associate / Office Manager (Former Employee) – El Segundo, CA – February 12, 2013
I learned a lot while at RAPP: I've extended my knowledge and experience in HR significantly, making me an HR professional in all areas of this job, and connecting me to a large network of peers around California.
With headquarters in NYC, offices in Dallas and San Francisco, belonging to the OMNICOM Holding, Rapp has the talents and the means to compete all over the world.
company offers many opportunities to increase employees' marketability
Jr. PeopleSoft Analyst (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – July 21, 2013
I appreciate the casual professional environment, range of age groups within the varied departments. It is great to incorporate social media and technology for informational briefings in a way that unites several business units/offices across the globe (UK, LA, Dallas, NY).
festive in-house groupings, happy bev friday, cereal bar
Facilities Manager (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 19, 2014
RAPP is a great company to work for. The people is what makes this place enjoyable. I support a staff of 125 and learned a great deal of new experiences here. The hardest part of my job is the limited amount of available resources to make my job easier.