Media Intern (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – April 22, 2016
The Richards Group lives by a few spoken rules and a lot of unspoken rules. As an intern you're thrown into the deep end of the agency, treated like a full-time employee with high expectations. This was a wonderful learning experience where one is given a road map and pretty much expected to figure it out, be resourceful, and independent. If you're like me and you need structure, TRG is a great place to begin, if you need flexibility then go elsewhere. The culture at TRG tries to be laid-back, but is still very corporate for an advertising agency. The agency is very autonomous and a bit self-centered. The people are innovative and forward-thinking, but you must must must keep up [and go above and beyond] if you want to survive.
great internship program, great healthcare, beautiful building, great location, profit sharing, food!
zero privacy, lack of diversity, rigid environment
I get a great satisfaction out of fixing a vehical correctly
Freelance, Auto Mechanic (Current Employee) – Pittsburg, CA – January 17, 2014
Most of my day are based around what a car may need mechanically. Every day is a learning experience but the one thing that makes the biggest difference is having patience.I am my own manager/boss. I did not have any co-workers. The hardest part of the job would be when a customer dose not tell me exactly what was going on when there vehicle started acting up. The most enjoyable part of my job would be seeing a customers smile when there car is fixed.
the more expearance, with every vehical that i work on.