Truck and Coach mechanic (Current Employee), London, ON – August 23, 2013
Pros: close to home
Cons: very heavy duty work
Perform safety inspections, do required repairs. Learning is good, on going everyday. Management is fair. The co-workers are all very good people. The hardest part of the job is the intense labor everyday. Most enjoyable part is working on the units
Great ideas. Great team. Questionable leadership decisions.
Account Lead + Strategist (Former Employee), San Francisco, CA – June 13, 2012
Pros: incredible creative output, great team and initial mentoring.
Cons: lackluster upper management
This was my first and only boutique agency experience and the agency principals gave me a lot of room to direct my own account and creative teams—often pitching in on a variety of creative assignments. I left the agency because of a less-than-adequate new hire who was placed as my superior. My once trusted role was eventually micro-managed and belittled – more... and this is what ultimately forced me to make the hard decision to leave on my own terms and start my own agency. – less