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30+ days ago

Book Fairs - Zone Transportation Supervisor

Scholastic Trenton, NJ

, driver accuracy report, DRM files, etc. 6. Ensure that drivers are properly trained in safety and other areas necessary to be effective… CareerBuilder

28 days ago

Book Fairs - CDL Driver - Class B - Full Time

Scholastic Trenton, NJ +2 locations

All drivers will be given proper equipment including uniforms and shoes and must maintain a professional appearance. Our drivers obtain their daily… CareerBuilder

20 days ago

Warehouse Order Selector - Full Time DAYS

Scholastic Trenton, NJ

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of…

25 days ago

Warehouse Lead - 2nd Shift

Scholastic Robbinsville, NJ +2 locations

1. Assist with new-hire orientation and train associates on all Product Coordinator Level I, II, and III functions. 2. Under the supervision of a…

30+ days ago

Inside Sales Consultant - Telephone Sales

Scholastic Princeton, NJ

• Receives training and performs duties in several areas such as sales, marketing promotional materials. • Observes experienced sales consultant… CareerBuilder

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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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