Facetime is huge. Ability to work from home is there, but not recommended. Women make it worse by bragging for driving in snow to make it into the office.
It's a good company, but it could be great. Expect to be told what you want to hear to get in the door and then all of that goes out the window once you're actually on board.
Good place to work and seems like if I had children I could have a work/life balance.
Dow Jones has amazing products like the Wall Street Journal, but the newsroom leadership is dominated by men. As a recent study by the union showed, it's difficult for women to get fair compensation.
Dow Jones has a great work-life balance; management will work with you when unexpected emergencies come up.
There are smart people working here, and we represent and produce great brands and products. If you have ambitions to advance in a career here, you must be prepared to consistently show results. However, you must also be prepared to continually flex and seek out clarification on how to measure success as objectives and deliverables shift often.
Good place to work, flexible work hours, poor communication at lower management levels.
Lots of women here apart from the Technology team -- Technology really needs to add more women at the senior management level (there are none)
Expect to see incompetency at the leadership level that does not promote healthy communication. The organization under the CTO is rife with dysfunction that encourages employees to undermine each other. It's a boys' club with good benefits for working mothers.
Culture varies from department to department so come see yourself and judge for yourself.
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