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4 days ago

VP, Sales Trainer

Everyday Health, Inc. New York, NY

The VP, Sales Trainer is primarily responsible for the development, coordination, maintenance and execution for training curriculum for the Everyday… Everyday Health, Inc.


3 days ago

Production Editor

Everyday Health, Inc. New York, NY

EverydayHealth.com, the leading Web site for people who want to manage their health conditions and overall well-being, is looking for a production… Everyday Health, Inc.


5 days ago

Front End Engineer

Everyday Health, Inc. New York, NY

We have big plans in store for the future and are looking for talented, motivated engineers to both improve upon and drive this vision forward. If… Everyday Health, Inc.


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Everyday Health Co-Founder & CEO Benjamin Wolin
Benjamin Wolin
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    No salary paid for 3+ months, looks like the company about to fall down.

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    Current Employee - Senior Editor  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Senior Editor in New York, NY

    I have been working at Everyday Health as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    Interview process is easy, just in one hour F2F.

    Cons

    My consulting company paid me for first 4 months irrespective of getting funds from the company - "Everyday Health". Later they said it's been 4 months paying out of their pockets, so if I can be paid part of my salary and full when the company pays them. It's been 13 weeks the company never paid anything, getting tough time getting full salary on-time. I try to understand but the projects are all going to offshore, so feeling nervous.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please Don't hire if you can't pay.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO