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Adam Tack

Adam Tack

Account Executive
TMP Chicago office

At the heart of TMP are the people. Employee reviews on Glassdoor routinely cite working with “smart people with a ton of experience” as a major pro of the job. In the Employee Spotlight series, we sit down with TMP employees from across the globe to learn more about who they are and what makes them tick. Get to know Adam Tack, Account Executive in the Chicago office.

TMP: When did your TMP career begin?

Adam Tack: March 2016.

TMP: What is your current role and what are your responsibilities?

AT: I’ll be acting as a point of contact for all ad placement and job posting needs for several major clients.

TMP: What initially attracted you to apply?

AT: I was informed of the opportunity from a current employee. After researching TMP and their employee culture via Glassdoor, Google, and the company website, I became intrigued and applied. My experience, from applying, to interviewing, and eventually receiving a job offer, was exciting and positive.

TMP: Though you’ve been here a short time, what is something new you’ve learned?

AT: Our TalentBrew software platform makes the applicant’s job searching experience less strenuous. It allows the applicant to follow a direct path to applying no matter what link they click. I also learned my ABC’s: Always Be Closing.

TMP: Where were you working prior to TMP?

AT: I was at Northwestern Medicine on a contract assignment working in their coding and billing department.

TMP: What’s one interesting fact about yourself that your co-workers do not know?

AT: My trip to Europe in June is the first time I will have ever crossed the Pond. I'm very excited to experience Europe for the first time.

Want to work with Adam and people like him? We’re looking for creative, dynamic and outside-the-box thinkers. View our available positions and apply today!

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