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Oxford University Press CEO Nigel Portwood
Nigel Portwood
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  • Low pay, bad management

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Oxford, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Oxford, England (UK)

    I have been working at Oxford University Press full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Some flexibility in working hours
    Working on quality products

    Cons

    Uncomfortable open plan offices with limited desk space and a lot of noise.
    Lack of management training - luck of the draw whether your manager is competent with people management or not.
    Pay is low - impossible to live anywhere near Oxford on an OUP salary, and even the outskirts are almost too expensive.
    Unwillingness to be flexible in working arrangements.
    Apparently more interest in promoting people with box-ticking administrative ability than talent at the core areas of OUP's business.
    "Innovation" is generally years behind what's actually happening at the cutting edge of digital publishing.
    Absolutely no career progression.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay more, and train managers better. Offer career opportunities to your employees with clear paths to advancement.

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