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30+ days ago

Book Fairs - Inventory Control Specialist (Odenton/Ft. Meade

Scholastic Odenton, MD

6. Support branch management in planning for titles with high demand via bulk overflow (shelf…

12 days ago

Book Fairs: Part Time Seasonal Field Merchandiser (Anne Arundel, Prince George's

Scholastic Bowie, MD

Qualified candidates will be able to develop expertise in our product, merchandising, and services in order to offer our customers the best guidance… CareerBuilder

30+ days ago

Book Fairs - CDL Driver (Odenton/Ft. Meade

Scholastic Odenton, MD

Include:* * Work with supervisor to deliver and pick-up fairs in an efficient, cost effective manner. * Work closely with supervisor to ensure…

10 days ago

Regional Business Development Manager

Scholastic Washington, DC

Scholastics partnerships leverage the companys high-impact brand name, exclusive distribution channels and proven resources to support educators and…

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    Highly Degrading Culture

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    Scholastic is filled with intelligent people who have broad and varied interests. Most team members are passionate about the work that they do, and you will find that most folks are willing and ready to engage in meaningful conversation about education, literacy, politics, and beyond.


    Lack of professionalism. No topic (or comment) is off limits. Scholastic Education is particularly horrific. Senior Management consistently degraded me and others. Your gender, ethnicity, class, marital status, home life, sexual orientation, age, appearance, etc. are all fair game. I probably should have gone to HR several times to report the things I was hearing/experiencing, but the culture of fear kept me from doing so.

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    Rein in your unprofessional commentary. Lead by example, not by fear and/or posturing.

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