Code and Theory Culture FAQ

Read what Code and Theory employees think about their company culture and make sure it is the right fit for you.

Code and Theory has a culture and values rating of 3.7.

All answers shown come directly from Code and Theory Reviews and are not edited or altered.

See questions about:

(select only 1)
Benefits
Career Development
Compensation
Coworkers
Culture
Diversity And Inclusion
Management
Senior Leadership
Work Life Balance
Workplace

2 English questions out of 2

1 August 2019

What is the company culture like at Code and Theory?

Pros

- Great place to learn - Fast paced environment but it's easy to get into the swing of things - You're given a lot of responsibility if you're starting off in the agency world, which makes for a good experience - You're surrounded by VERY smart, dedicated and creative people. It can be intimidating at times, but that itself is a great opportunity to learn from others. - The work itself is fun. - Bagel Mondays

Cons

- Taking days off is restrictive. There's a "Responsible Time Off" policy in place, but upper management makes you feel guilty for taking a day off or even working from home. - Late nights, which is justifiable when the work produced and the clients we work with are both at a very high standard. But that can result in a poor work/life balance. - Lack of direction in terms of the work. Sometimes, that can lead to poor communication. - Lack of cultural diversity. Doesn't feel all the way inclusive. - Lack of work culture. A workaholic culture is more dominant than anything. It can be very clique-y at times.

Advice to Management

Better on-boarding, consistent processes across all departments, hire people of diverse backgrounds (black, brown, queer),

A workaholic culture is more dominant than anything.

1 August 2019

See 14 more answers

10 June 2021

What is the hiring process like at Code and Theory?

Pros

- WFH able to choose yours hours you are not forced to work NYC hours - Paid above industry average - True to the description of 'fast-paced environment' - You will work on a lot of projects from various industries - Have yet to meet someone who wouldn't accept a 1-on-1 call - Everyone is a creative-type - You won't just see the side of the business you work on. You have access to see how other disciplines work. - Every new hire gets a mentor for their first 30 days to help

Cons

- Not always placed on a project at the beginning. Sometimes you are dropped in and are not caught up on where resources are. - There can be VERY quick project turn arounds so you have to make sure to communicate your workload

Advice to Management

Keep doing activities for people in the company to meet and interact. Ex: meditation sessions, learning/workshop lessons, & tips like the financial wellness webinars.

Every new hire gets a mentor for their first 30 days to help

10 June 2021

See 1 more answer

2 English questions out of 2

Popular Careers with Code and Theory Job Seekers

JobsSalariesInterviews