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Fun Place to Work!
ACCOUNT MANAGER (Former Employee), Markham, ONAugust 5, 2014
I REALLY enjoyed the job! The people were great and the job itself was interesting and fun. Never a dull moment.
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I realy injoyed working their, my management team were excellent, and very helpful.
Media Representative (Former Employee), Langelier.October 11, 2013
Pros: fair, to the point
Cons: to much secrets, from the employee...
Very good company to work for, hope I could of retired their.
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great company to work in, peopel are great, management are awsome
Media Representative (Former Employee), Saint-LeonardAugust 31, 2013
Pros: management and upper levels listen to their employees.
Cons: wish i was still there.
I would of like to retire there, its a great company to work for, its to bad I got caught in a re-structure, but! if it was for me I would still be there.
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High paced and fun place
Purchaser (Current Employee), Fremont, CAAugust 6, 2013
Pros: gym on site
Cons: high stress
This is a place that prints SF Chronicle.
The work is high paced and the work is hard and stressful. This is just the nature of the job when you are printing a daily newspaper.
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Progressive company willing to try new things in a traditional industry
General Manager, Northern California (Former Employee), Fremont, CAOctober 24, 2012
Exciting, demanding start-up for established company going into a new arena. Tried many new organizational structure ideas, including job rotation and pay-for-skill plan, as well as profit sharing.