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Associate Director, Sr. Product Manager, Home – new

Consumer Reports Yonkers, NY

Consumer Reports is in the midst of a significant investment in its digital business and we’re looking for people who have deep experience shipping… Consumer Reports

20 days ago

2014-2015 Public Outreach Student Assistants with Consumers Union

Consumer Reports Austin, TX

focused on consumer issues is a plus. Comfortable with social media platforms including at… Consumer Reports

2 days ago

West Coast Gift Officer – new

Consumer Reports San Francisco, CA

Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree or equivalent in a related field preferred. A minimum of three years of demonstrated success and… Consumer Reports

15 days ago

Home and Appliances Content Development Team Leader

Consumer Reports Yonkers, NY

The right candidate will have a keen sense of the unique content proposition that CR’s content has in a densely competitive marketplace. He or she… Consumer Reports

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    No longer a good place to work

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Yonkers, NY
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Yonkers, NY

    I have been working at Consumer Reports full-time


    The staff that does the testing and actually creates the products is dedicated and terrific, if unheralded. Good benefits, though eroding. May still be a reasonable place to work if you're a test engineer or in IT.


    Zero accountability for some senior managers, a few of whom are lacking in conscience. They have license to do just about anything they want to those below. E.g. They recently fired CR's chief editor without cause, with the blessing of both HR and the CEO. There's widespread fear among day to day staffers that any of them could be next. If this is the kind of place you'd like to work, good luck!

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    Board of Directors: Get your heads out of the sand and learn the truth about the goings on in the organization by speaking directly with rank and file. Then remove those responsible at the top who have ruined what was once a proud and admirable organization. Restore integrity, honesty, and competence to CR's management.

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