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30+ days ago

Independent Contractor for The Washington Post

The Washington Post Washington, DC

• Knowledge of the DC metro area. • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to diffuse problem situations… The Washington Post


30+ days ago

Packaging and Inserting Position, Part-Time On Call

The Washington Post Washington, DC

include: • Assist with production duties as required during peak periods • Lift/stack newspaper bundles with/without forklifts • Operate… The Washington Post


30+ days ago

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic/Machinist

The Washington Post Washington, DC

• We offer a competitive salary and benefits package with opportunities for merit raises and professional… The Washington Post


30+ days ago

Truck Driver CDL Class A (local routes)-2

The Washington Post Washington, DC

include: • Loading trucks and delivering bundles of newspapers throughout the metropolitan area (3-5 stops) generally within a 50-mile radius of… The Washington Post


30+ days ago

Part Time Building Engineer

The Washington Post Washington, DC

include: • Operate, maintain and repair all boilers, heaters, pumps, valves, appurtenances and lines used in the distribution of steam and heated… The Washington Post


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The Washington Post CEO & Publisher Frederick J. Ryan Jr.
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  • An ok work place

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    Current Employee - Utility Mailer in Springfield, VA
    Current Employee - Utility Mailer in Springfield, VA

    I have been working at The Washington Post part-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    when you are a sub, you get to pick your own schedule every week. This gives you an opportunity to be more flexible. you can choose to be off up to 3 months so its a very good part time work.

    Cons

    The management lacks leadership skills. the direct managers are picked right off of the work place with no educational background.

    Advice to Management

    Managers needs to be given leadership training. There should also be a way to get feedback on how the managers' performances are.


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