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I have been working at IMPACT Branding & Design full-time (More than a year)
Clear priorities, reliable and brilliant coworkers, interesting work that matters, purposeful company culture. Leadership goes above and beyond to make sure everyone is performing at the highest level and is taken care of in the process. There is full transparency into why decisions are made and thoughtful consideration of moves that support the company's future growth. This has not been an easy time for most businesses, and the team at IMPACT has pulled together to make sure our clients and our own people's health and financial stability are prioritized. It's inspiring to see a company band together and work toward a common goal. This is by far the best place I've ever worked.
Breakneck pace, long work hours, large remote workforce doesn't get to interact in person often
Advice to Management
The changes that have been implemented over the past 6 months have shown that IMPACT really does care about its clients and its people. Keep listening and trusting your employees, as this staff is full of the most talented and devoted people I've met.
I applied online. I interviewed at IMPACT Branding & Design.
The interview process was extremely drawn out. They first ask you to complete a virtual video interview. I did not hear anything from them for almost a month after the initial video submission. I was then invited to a second "culture" interview which was conducted over Zoom. The questions asked were solely HR related, and did not pertain to the position or my qualifications at all. The interviewer was also poorly dressed and clearly sitting in her living room which I felt was unprofessional. In addition, I felt insulted when the topic of salary was brought up. On the initial application, they listed a salary range based on experience, and required you to write your desired compensation. During the interview, the interviewer brought up my requested salary in a somewhat rude way, indicating that it was on the "higher end" of their spectrum. I am unsure why they would put a salary range in a job description if they were going to insult more qualified applicants for requesting to be paid based on their education and prior work experiences.
Loving the buildout of our new snazzy office space!!