With locations in more than a dozen cities throughout the U.S. and Central America, Pep is a full-service project management firm that frees up clients to focus on the bigger business picture. The company takes care of timelines, budgets, and vendor coordination for every project, from direct mail and sweepstakes to training and events, all through custom created PepConnect programs.
Although Pep has quickly grown from a small startup to a full-fledged company with more than 250 employees, it makes a point to stay true to its humble beginnings. With this, Pep knows the importance of professional guidance, and that’s why the company’s mentor-mentee program is such a huge part of Pep’s culture. Each new team member is given a mentor within the company—ensuring that everyone has a friendly face to ask for assistance and creating strong bonds company-wide.
“We want to see every employee here meet their career objectives, so we help them grow, both personally and professionally,” says Nicole King-Hunt, Client Manager.
Pep keeps its offices bright, cheery, and covered with inspirational quotes, wellness initiatives, and current office or community event information. The three-story Cincinnati space boasts colorful conference rooms and meeting spaces, walking desks, game rooms, and a cafeteria, all equipped with television monitors that display the wellness committee’s upcoming office initiatives.
“Pep is really committed to us as humans outside of only working hours, making sure that we’re well-rounded people with a good work-life balance—as well as a healthy lifestyle,” says Tim Oliver, Operations Systems Project Lead.
Check out Pep’s offices, then go get your next job.
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