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Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine, United States on Jan 20th, 2022
"It is a place where women have many opportunities for advancement."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine, United States on Sep 7th, 2021
"If you're looking at the live video department, look away. It's a grind and extremely messy. Anything goes attitude where people can say whatever about your race, wealth, look, clothing, family, etc. Other departments, and other video departments were not as bad."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Mar 20th, 2019
"good flexibility, depending on department. Good maternity leave, back up childcare"
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on May 31st, 2018
"Pay is low for writers and editors at Time Inc's women-targeted media; inflexible policies regarding vacation time; requirement to work holidays such as Christmas, Thanksgiving, etc. without additional pay; frequent layoffs, few promotions"
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Feb 28th, 2018
"Great maternity benefits, very understanding flexi-time for new parents, very clean and private nursing rooms."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Feb 9th, 2018
"There a number of amazing women in middle management, but top leadership is overwhelmingly white and male."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Nov 28th, 2017
"Individual managers are generally quite accommodating about letting employees with children work from home, work flexible hours"
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on May 9th, 2017
"It can be a good place to work if you are under the right management. "
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Apr 26th, 2017
"Unless you are at a women's brand its very difficult to be promoted or get a senior level pisition. "
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Apr 24th, 2017
"Tread carelfully if you are in not in PR/social media/admin."
"Your opinions are valued, there are a lot of upper management role models and the culture is strong."
"Hours and policies are good. Chances for advancement not so much."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Apr 20th, 2017
"I would say that Time is a great employer for women generally. "
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Apr 19th, 2017
"Great examples of female leaders to look up to. Jen Wong, COO, is an awesome role model. "
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Apr 14th, 2017
"It's very mom-friendly and overall it's understood that if you have to leave for a personal obligation, you can just make up the time later on."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Apr 1st, 2017
"Time inc. offers a good work-life balance, generous vacation time, and great benefits."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Mar 29th, 2017
"reasonable flexible hours when needed, there is a good ratio of women to men"
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Mar 1st, 2017
"Workload is definitely manageable, and vacation time is great. However a lot of the flexibility and the day to day depends on your manager"
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Feb 23rd, 2017
"It depends on which brand/department you work in what kind of experience you'll have. I've been lucky to join a team that had a very family feel to it. I have a boss who is also a mentor so she's guided me to growth. As far as the work, the business is stretched across the board people are often wearing multiple hats and have too much on their plate however for a person who's focused, able to prioritize and enjoys a challenge, this can be a good place to grow. "
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Feb 20th, 2017
"Ask for the flexibility you need, sometimes the conversation just needs to be had."
"There are lots of changes happening at the company right now and people are working long hours"
"Time Inc. has a Women @ Time Inc. program to help provide a safe space for women at work & to help elevate them in their careers. They offer programming led by inspirational women."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Jan 23rd, 2017
"If you're a mother, this is a tough place to work. Upper management is mostly all white male and less understanding about needing flex time for family. Women are expected to work long & hard - something that would be much easier if they were more lenient on working remotely when needed. Also, there is a TON of change going on and hasn't had a reputation for being stable - so avoid if you're looking for stability. Lastly, there is a new sales and edit structure - but the inner-workings haven't been adjusted yet so getting anything accomplished in a timely, strategic manner for clients has been absolutely painful."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Dec 9th, 2016
"The company is in a major flux right now and corporate doesn't tell you much. Wish there was more transparency. Also, they're cutting staff all over the company and expecting the existing small teams to pick up the extra work which means long hours and way too much on your plate."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Nov 16th, 2016
"Things can work out, but the flexibility within the company is a little off right now. Definitely not somewhere I'd recommend if you're going to need time off in the near future."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Aug 7th, 2016
"We have women in leadership positions but not enough. They are looking for a bit of a cookie cutter type of person. Not enough room for cultural differences "
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Jun 27th, 2016
"Be assertive and advocate for yourself. There is limited room for growth if you're planning on being in publishing your entire career. "
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Jun 23rd, 2016
"HR is your friend; they are a fabulous resource and will listen to concerns and help with internal mobility."
Anonymous shared this review of Time Magazine on Jun 17th, 2016
"Working from home used to be a no, but not that we've moved downtown, it's been easier for some to work from home some days. Though still not an easy gig to get for most. The favorites get it."
"There are a ton of women working here, and I'm sure most have a good experience. It was difficult in my department to take days off for child care without being made to feel like you were abusing the system. It was also frowned upon to raise your hand for opportunities or new learning experiences. I often felt like y requests to take on more and grow were not taken seriously. I would like to add, though, that while I did experience this in my department, HR was wonderful at hearing my concerns and helping me move forward into a different position. They understood the importance of confidentiality and were extremely professional."
"I have worked for the company 12 years, started from the ground up. I have been very fortunate to work for a brilliant boss who mentored and helped me to achieve the person I am today. What advice I can give you is build strong relationships with the senior management (which is predominantly older and male). This can be difficult for women but it will help you with your career advancement."
"This place has so many opportunities for growth. They are great at using your talents and giving you a career not just a job. A foot in the door has better long term value... Just try to get in somewhere and demonstrate your talent."
"Its a company fighting a declining consumer trend so not sure the mission - even with talented people there - is winnable."
"This is a great company for women from entry level up to executive. However, the senior management is almost exclusively older white males. There are a few women (who is kicking ass!!) but the higher up you get, the more male it gets. There are a lot of amazingly brilliant women who work here, I would love to see more of them at the executive level. Overall a great company for women in terms of benefits and talent."
"I wasn't offered a paid maternity leave because we adopted. The company did however offer an adoption supplement of $5k at the time but this didn't come close to covering what I would have been paid of I had a paid maternity leave. The group I was in had a pretty good work life/family balance. My male Boss was married to a business executive so he understood the needs of a working Mom, Not all Sr Management feels the same way. I was very lucky and had a great flexible work experience."