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Anonymous shared this review of Hearst Corporation on Apr 2nd, 2018
"Their benefits aren't the best because they're run like a traditional company (not a startup or young tech firm)—think 10 days of PTO to start, lack of bonus for editorial roles, no fitness/gym benefit, no laptops for those working at a magazine brand—so these are things you should try to negotiate into your offer. Flexibility widely ranges between groups, so that's another thing to ask about during the interview process."
Anonymous shared this review of Hearst Corporation on Oct 10th, 2017
"As long as you can stay competitive, you will thrive. "
Anonymous shared this review of Hearst Corporation on Aug 6th, 2017
"Great place to work! Really like the way the place runs."
Anonymous shared this review of Hearst Corporation on Jun 27th, 2017
"Great place to work, but it could be more flexible."
Anonymous shared this review of Hearst Corporation on Sep 6th, 2016
"Work Life balance is attainable here. Upper management has little diversity from white and male."
"Internships are unpaid and depending on who you are working with, the opportunities for hands on learning can be limited."
"Very female dominated, so totally supportive of women."
"I think as a woman this is one of the best companies to work for. Because of all the magazines in the building, they're very female friendly. At least in my department, I have work/life balance. If I were an executive there, probably not that the case. I can say that both the women and men executives in my department work equally as hard."
"There's a lot of corporate politics and managing up. Also for the size of the company, internal procedures can be overbearing."