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State College, PA (US)
1 to 50 employees
Company - Private
Advertising & Marketing
Unknown / Non-Applicable per year


Twenty Over Ten Reviews

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    "The Best and Worst of Working Remotely"

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    • Comp & Benefits
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    Former Employee - Digital Copywriter
    Former Employee - Digital Copywriter
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    I worked at Twenty Over Ten full-time (Less than a year)


    • Great pay and paid monthly on time.
    • 100% work from home operating on an Eastern Time Zone schedule
    • No searching for work, you receive client calls and then get to work
    • Standard five day a week schedule
    • Company-wide culture is fun with activities like a virtual monthly book club


    • Management can be scarce and inaccessible since you don't see them everyday. This generates problems during the on-boarding phase when you're not sure what the priorities are or what is expected from the higher-ups.
    • Training is inconsistent. Depending on your manager, it can be difficult to receive the information you need to be effective in your position. This also causes problems when you and your coworkers all operate with different pieces of information.
    • Company operates on a standard five day a week schedule, but the hours per day are very extended. With multiple one-hour plus clients calls per day and additional special projects, the workday can be close to 12 or more hours per day.
    • A sense of distrust exists between managers and subordinates. This could arise from being a remote company and therefore they can't see you working. This also has caused issues in communication when you can't get people to respond to your Slack messages or emails (this does depend on what team you're on though, it's not a company-wide issue).
    •No health insurance (they do offer a reimbursement plan though) or retirement planning options.

    Advice to Management

    TOT offers a lot of advantages for employees, but things get twisted when you don't properly train or communicate with the people you hire. If you invest in your teams just a fraction of the time you spend generating clients, you could really grow and create a culture of trust.

    Also, perhaps take a training seminar on interpersonal communications to eliminate miscommunication and to develop effective communication habits over email and instant messaging.

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    Marketing Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Pittsburgh, PA (US)
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Twenty Over Ten (Pittsburgh, PA (US)) in January 2020.


    Starts with a phone screen, then a video call with three partners that lasts about an hour. They will ask detailed questions to gather how much experience you have in marketing.

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