We have an awesome team and great working environment. We really hope that everyone here at ADM feels like they are creating something big and important. We measure our team members’ job satisfaction twice a year with Gallup Q12 survey and our job satisfaction index rate is 4,4 on a 5,0 scale, and it keeps on growing. And most importantly – your team is always there for you. And we mean it.
Here at ADM everyone can learn and grow as much as they want. We are also a part of a start-up incubator Elevator. This is for those who have brilliant ideas but need mentoring or for those who want to take part in cool new projects. Big Fridays at ADM take place monthly – so far we have learned about investment, time-management, argumentation, mindfulness and so on. We also do charity developments for those who lack tools and knowledge.
Our office is located in Tallinn Creative Hub together with widely-known agencies like Age McCann, D/V/S/ON and others. It’s really cool here – you can see the Tallinn Bay and Old Town at the same time, we have our own roof terrace and of course table tennis, table football, PlayStation and Wii. And did we already mention that we have a personal coach and a psychologist to take care of our mental health also?
How our people describe working at ADM?
Hendrik: “ADM is the place to work for me, because here is always an opportunity to learn and grow by some interesting projects or good teamwork. I also highly value the opportunity to work with foreign clients. I feel that me and my work is really appreciated here.”
Maria: “The technologies and trends are constantly improving, so you won’t get old at ADM! I hope that my work makes the digital world a little bit safer, more diverse and user friendly. As a project manager I plan the budget, time and resources but the most important thing to succeed is to correctly calculate the task and scope of the project. Here at ADM we have awesome colleagues, parties and Big Fridays.”
Hendrek: “Working as an analytic is great – you get paid for thinking and talking to intelligent people. And at ADM it is especially good because the projects are huge and important plus your clients are from different industries so you can constantly learn new technologies and business fields. And secondly the super awesome team has created a work culture that I personally really enjoy – our communication is open and honest, we have good humor, we work hard and party hard.”
Martin: “Work culture at ADM is important – it needs to be fun. Management methodology can be described as Scrumban, but people always come first here at ADM. If there’s something that is bothering you, it needs to be changed.”