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Howard G. Sutton
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    Salary and colleagues made it enjoyable, more in the beginning than toward the end.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Providence, RI
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Providence, RI

    I worked at Providence Journal full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    You work with some really talented people – writers, photographers, editors, designers, and illustrators (once upon a time). The salaries were once considered quite high because of the union, but they have not increased as steadily as they once did. Also, the 'us against them' feeling never seems to lessen.

    Cons

    Uncertainty is always the cloud hanging over you. There are not that many employees under 30 and longer. Cuts are always in the air and you could be the next one. Management seems wary of making meaningful and bold decisions and rarely asks for input from those in the trenches.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your employees. Ask their opinion. Every person I've ever worked with there cares 100% about the success of the company. Tell Texas why what they think will work best actually won't.

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