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I worked at Salem Communications full-timePros
Members of staff who are quite professional no matter what.
Opportunity to listen to great ministries on the air.Cons
Intentionally ethnically homogenous staffing, so comfortable that minority employees have been told racist jokes.
Women are not treated as equals.
Morality is second to income, and a number of employees who would not bend their morality have been eliminated or quit.
People are second to income, and an excellent, profitable employee was let go rather than simply shown the personal appreciation that would have kept this employee in place.
Complaints to corporate management are bounced back to local without action.
Complaints to the Salem ethics resource were deemed merely low morale despite material evidence to the contrary.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Employee complaints are not always mere noise; people matter, and valued employees will contribute more than those spinning their wheels.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO