Account Manager (Former Employee) – Paris (75) – 21 July 2017
Comme tous les groups du marché de l'information financière, Dow Jones se retrouve avec l'exigence de devoir rénové sa structure en la dynamisant, sans pourtant attaquer les aspects positifs qui garantissent une vitesse de croisière. Essayer d'innover dans un tel dinosaure est particulièrement difficile. Cependant, l'équipe Française a toujours réussi à motiver ses employés et garder une bonne ambiance de travail.
Customer support associate (Former Employee) – Princeton, NJ – 21 June 2017
Provided high-level telephone and e-support on Dow Jones suite of products and services by answering our global customer queries concerning billing/account administration, pricing, content, product navigation, and delivery. Retained Dow Jones customers and increased customer loyalty while projecting a professional, efficient and positive approach. Ensured all opportunities for retention and cross-selling are identified and maximized. Responded to customer inquiries by understanding inquiry; reviewing previous inquiries and responses; gathering and researching information; assembling and forwarding information; verifying customer's understanding of information and answer.
National Layout Coordinator (Former Employee) – Township of South Brunswick, NJ – 20 June 2017
Challenging & full of creativity. I have improved many skills thru media as using Photoshop , Acrobat , In design. great opportunity working with Wonderful talented people. my hardest part of my job was my Commuting , Driving 65 miles one side was taking my enough energy. But after reaching there was most fun and forgetting all stress from commute.
AR Analyst (Former Employee) – Monmouth Junction, NJ – 15 June 2017
Overall great company, prestigious with great benefits. I worked in AR for over two years. It's a one-man-show run by an arrogant supervisor with a very dependant manager. The AR Analyst position is always open. AR is the Department with the highest employee turnover due to the lack of communication. Just have an open mindset, learn quick, grab the experience and move, more possibly to other companies, current manager not good with recommandations.
Associate Director, Marketing (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – 16 May 2017
Worked for great people -- smart, ethical, appreciative, team players. Company reputation was also terrific and they supported the employees, but then there was a merger and they started to get rid of people, so things changed. The culture is very different now; management seems more focused on creating a cost-effective conglomerate than having top-notch talent and content. There are also less checks and balances to protect employees from injustices -- conglomerate leadership is not exactly known as an ethical or inspirational model of leadership.
Still a company name that gets respect in its field
I had the responsibility of creating network accounts for every new hired employee for the company worldwide. Grant access to network database files where needed and also granted dial-in access. Removed disabled employee access and accounts. I work with a small team of five who were responsible for entire company. Enjoyed working with the team as we all had a very good working relationship.
DJ was a great place to work. It was intense in the finance area but that is needed to ensure the numbers published were correct at all times. The culture is very friendly and the people are willing to help if you are new. We work as a team.
PA to Senior Manager and Magazine Editors (Former Employee) – London, Greater London – 8 March 2017
I can't really give a review on this company as I was employed on a rolling contract which didn't last very long. In the short time I was employed with them the people were very easy to get along with.
Corresponsal (Former Employee) – Bogotá, Cundinamarca – 16 February 2017
Grandiosa empresa para trabajar como periodista económica. Excelente oportunidad para publicar en el periódico más grande e importante del mundo financiero el Wall Steet Journal. Tenía una cultura laboral intensa y competitiva
Accounting Clerk III (Former Employee) – Princeton, NJ – 11 January 2017
My typical day at work is going in on time starting my day off by reading emails and responding to emails. Listening to voicemails and responding back to the phone calls. I learned how to handle travel services and expense accounting work. I always respected management and did as I was asked. I got along with my co workers and we bounced things off each other. The hardest part of my job was trying to get the cheapest flights for employees that needed to travel for work. I enjoyed my job when I had it but then in 2015 they down sized and I was laid off of my job,