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30+ days ago

Connecticut Magazine Multi Media Sales Rep

Journal Register New Haven, CT

• Prospect and develop new print and digital business within an assigned geographic territory to clients and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Multi media Sales Rep

Journal Register New Haven, CT

Must be a highly self-motivated and energetic person with good interpersonal and communication skills. Candidate must also be well organized and able… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Circulation Operations Manager

Journal Register New Haven, CT

The Circulation Operations Manager is responsible for managing all aspects of home delivery, single copy, alternate delivery, and TMC products for… Glassdoor

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16 Ratings

    Great people, no future.

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    The people here are the best aspect of this company … dedicated and hard working. The company seems fairly advanced in the digital world of newspapers, so it would be a good place to learn if you want to jumpstart a career in digital news media. PTO varies by property, and seems to be average or above. Personal benefits are decent.


    This company is actively murdering its print products, and discarding people who produce them, in place of its digital brand. The conundrum is that it's still heavily dependent on its print revenue. This disparity causes a continual shift in goals and objectives. Staff at the local properties are undervalued, under appreciated, and underpaid, working without raises for nearly a decade. Sales objectives are a moving target, as is the commission structure. The recent bankruptcy and merger has resulted in a push to centralize to job functions to satellite locations, so no one at the local level, from top management down, is safe.

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    Create oversight and accountability the local level, and communicate a clear and consistent message from the top to the bottom. Instead of devaluing your highly dedicated and skilled staff, recognize them for what they are – a hard-working, dedicated group of individuals who take pride in their work – in other words, your greatest asset. While you work on your corporate brand, you might want to consider your employer brand.

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