Project Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 14, 2018
They will not follow through with what they promise and claim to during your interview. They are disorganized and emotionally unintelligent. The management is highly political and it overall is a very disappointing place to work emotionally.
Very good with smoke and mirrors on culture. President is a very joyful smiley woman but her managing partners are not the same. Project Management department is a joke and should be considered the laughing stock of the pharmaceutical advertising industry.
I will say though, for the lower level and some of the tenured staff are some of the nicest people I have ever worked with. I will miss the people more than anything. The management, not so much.
Associate Medical-Legal-Regulatory Content Manager (Current Employee) – San Francisco, CA – April 30, 2018
It's very corporate with a vibe that indicates it is trying to be fun. As long as you can really get into what they do, then you'll love it. They promote that they are in "healthcare" when really, they are in advertising for pharmaceutical companies, so that's not always exactly accurate. The people who work there are wonderful, but the day-to-day is just meeting after meeting and meetings about meetings and email threads that last for weeks. But, they love to retain their people so job security is good, and the quality of work is legitimate.
Productive and straight to business work environment
Account Executive Intern (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 26, 2017
Overall it was a great experience, I learned a lot and upon entering the culture is so that you jump into the deep end and from there it is sink or swim. Very fast paced work environment with 5+ projects needing to be juggled day-to-day.
Intern and Associate Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 2, 2017
Being part of the TBWA\WorldHealth team was a wonderful experience. The work was challenging and the company culture was delightful. I'm more proud to have forged some great relationships with my coworkers while there.
Freelance Writer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 23, 2016
The people here are generally helpful and nice. The environment is depressing. There is an odor of bacon grease wafting in the windows from the diner downstairs. The office is open and a creative type has no privacy in which to think.
Nice people, free pretzels and decent coffee and beverages