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30+ days ago

Miscellaneous

Group Publishing Loveland, CO

If you don’t see a position listed that best fits your unique qualifications, send us your resume anyway. We would like to consider you for future… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Videographer/Editor

Group Publishing Loveland, CO

include research and development, videography, video editing and equipment management. The ideal candidate has high attention to detail, can… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Designer

Group Publishing Loveland, CO

also include design for print and web development, a understanding of digital design, and art acquisition for all VBS and adult ministry products… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Assembler

Group Publishing Loveland, CO

The Assembly team currently has an opening for a full time Assembler. This position involves a 40-hour work week and may require occasional overtime… Glassdoor


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    Tough place to work.

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    Former Employee - Sales in Loveland, CO
    Former Employee - Sales in Loveland, CO

    I worked at Group Publishing full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    The lower level people are the best. Hard working, caring, passionate and committed to their work. The only reason you would want to go to work here is because of the lower level in the trenches work force.

    Cons

    Middle and Upper Management is a boys club, and if you ain't in the club trust me, you ain't in the club. And, if you ain't in the club, you are on the list for no advancement, and definitely no where even close to market value in pay scale. Honestly, this was the worst job I have ever had in my 25 plus years in the Christian Publishing Industry.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to the people who actually are in the trenches trying to complete the mission of the company. They're on the front lines and know your customer base better than anybody in the company. Trust your work force to accomplish the job you have set before them by equipping them with the tools to do the job. Implement their ideas, trust their creativity, empower them to get the job done with fair pay. Validate and give worth to the work they do for you!

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