Randy Rico, MediaMax Agency Print Editor
With the work-life balance that the company promotes, it gives me the freedom to do more activities outside of work that help enhance my personality. Stress, for me, is just a thing of the past.
Terry Abaya, MediaMax Studio Online/Print Editor
My swivel chair!
Seriously, the best part of my job is without a doubt the people that I work with. Everyone is always ready to help and encourage one another. That has definitely helped me become a more confident person.
Irish DelaCruz, MediaMax Agency Print Editor
The best part of my job is having the freedom to express myself – to laugh when I need to de-stress; to speak and actually be heard, and to perform not just because I’m paid to do it but because I’m inspired to be the best.
Euly Costales, MediaMax Agency Print Editor
The best part of my job is the people.
I am so fortunate to be part of a team that, despite everyone’s differences and eccentricities, manages to make every day at work seem like an episode of tosh.0.
Arris Rivera, MediaMax Team POC, Studio Print Editor
The best part of my job is… well… just about everything. My teammates and I have a blast almost every single day, and on days that we don’t, we still have a darn good time. Sure, we get a lot of challenges -work load, deadlines and the pressure to be perfect – but I see them as opportunities to see how far we can push ourselves, excel at what we do, and be stronger as a team.
Dianne Cubinar, MediaMax Studio Print Editor
I love the people on my team. In whatever circumstance we find ourselves in, I KNOW I’m working with the best people at TaskUs.
Harold Hubilla, MediaMax Agency Print Editor
It’s the working environment. I honestly thought I wouldn’t last two weeks on the night shift but after many months, I’m still here. And it’s because the people in my team are BRILLIANT.
Jaqui Camino, Mediamax Team POC, Studio Print Editor
The best part of my job is that it doesn’t feel like a job at all. I get just the right amount of stress and fun. Every day offers something different and all the “todays” excite me more than the “yesterdays”.