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15 days ago

Business Process Transformation Manager

Oxford University Press New York, NY

Oxford University Press, Inc. has a challenging and rewarding position available for a Business Process Transformation Manager. The Business… Oxford University Press


15 days ago

Digital Portfolio Coordinator

Oxford University Press New York, NY

To coordinate and support the management of GAB’s digital portfolio, so that the portfolio is continuously monitored and reported on and action can… Oxford University Press


16 days ago

Associate Publicist

Oxford University Press New York, NY

• Manage publicity campaigns for assigned books, online products, and journals including the creation of press materials, media lists, and… Oxford University Press


15 days ago

Intern - Social Media

Oxford University Press New York, NY

Requisition Number 14-0341 Title Intern - Social Media Job Location New York City New York State NY Job Ad Responsibilities Job Ad… Oxford University Press


15 days ago

Global Business Development Assistant

Oxford University Press New York, NY

Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford, which furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research… Oxford University Press


15 days ago

Intern - Grove Music Editorial

Oxford University Press New York, NY

include, but are not limited to: • Conducting contributor research • Editing article xml • Assisting with the editorial side of marketing… Oxford University Press


15 days ago

Sales Associate

Oxford University Press New York, NY

• Understand core systems and processes • Contact customers with both phone calls and emails • Create sales reports using SAP, BW and Salesforce… Oxford University Press


10 days ago

UX Designer

Oxford University Press New York, NY

Oxford University Press is looking for a talented UX Designer which will be responsible for the management and implementation of digital design… Oxford University Press


10 days ago

Intern - Publicity

Oxford University Press New York, NY

• Writing press releases and pitch letters • Working side by side with a publicist on a full campaign • Learning Publicity Assistant (our database… Oxford University Press


3 days ago

Intern - Online and Scholarly Reference Editorial – new

Oxford University Press New York, NY

include, but are not limited to: • Establishing, maintaining, and frequently updating project files and records, including data… Oxford University Press


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    Good Beginning....but the company lets you down in the end

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    Former Employee - GAB  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - GAB in New York, NY

    I worked at Oxford University Press full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Co-workers are nice to work with. Casual dress is accepted. Flexible hours.

    Cons

    No promotions. Extra education won't make a difference to your salary or your position. Some folks have Masters degrees and do menial work. They say they look for people of integrity but they ignore work records and fire people a week before Christmas. The management is not interested in career development, and unless you are in marketing, sales, or editorial you are routinely ignored and your work is taken for granted. Most people are fearful of losing their jobs so they usually don't speak up to moments of injustice. Human Resources cares nothing about employees they only follow the company motto for lower employees, but management gets carte blanche to make their own rules. They don't care about your personal difficulties before they fire you. Very little compassion.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to the people who work for you. Create an environment where people feel comfortable no matter the department. Pay people what they're worth. Don't be dismissive of employees' skills.

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