In this uncertain and rapidly changing moment, our agency is doing its best not to miss a beat and continue providing creative solutions for our clients. At the same time, we’re making the health and safety of our team a priority. All of us at People Who Think started working from home. And, while it’s been a remarkably smooth transition, it’s a major shift for most of us.
Real tree or artificial? Eggnog or Hot Chocolate? We surveyed the Innovative team to see what makes our employees happy during the holidays.
No matter which side of 1980 you were born, the title of this article may cause you to roll your eyes. Baby boomers and Generation X managers sometimes have preconceived notions about the age group known as millennials. Alternatively, millennials tire of generalizations about themselves and taking the blame for ruining everything older generations hold dear.
What’s it really like to work at a creative agency like Innovative Advertising? Are we truly the “Mad Men” (and women) of TV… or is it just another job? Sometimes we struggle, just like everybody else. Revealed: Innovative’s workplace woes!
Creative company culture is a hot topic. Some companies offer free lunches and dry cleaning as a way to boost morale, while others say this just puts pressure on employees to work longer hours. Ping pong tables and wacky decor make your office look like fun, but is it really? Some love an open office floor plan; others say it’s a noisy, distracted hot mess.
When a professor of mine encouraged our class to work at an internship this summer, my heart began to race. An internship already? As a sophomore, I have barely experienced college. I don’t have what it takes! But I didn’t want to get behind, so I pushed myself to at least try.