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11 days ago

ThomasNet Digital Marketing Content Internship

Thomas Publishing New York, NY

are: 1. Research and write original content and collateral which is often technical in nature for blogs, eBooks, site landing pages… StartWire

20 days ago

Telemarketing Manager

Thomas Publishing Co LLC Horsham, PA

Manage the lead generation operation of an industry leader Who We Are: For more than 100 years, Thomas Industrial Network has been an integral part… Job Board

27 days ago

CRM Software Developer

Thomas Publishing Company LLC New York, NY

Oversee SFDC for Thomas Publishingrsquos business units and corporate departments Develop and maintain Apex… Dice

8 days ago

Thomasnet Digital Marketing Content Intern Thomas Publishing

Thomas Publishing New York, NY

Develop Your Technical Writing Skills for the Digital World Join ThomasNet RPMs entrepreneurial team as a Digital Marketing Content Intern…

24 days ago

Online Editorial Content Analyst

Thomas Publishing Company New York, NY

We are seeking an entry-level, detail-oriented individual with a strong interest in researching web content to join our collaborative Editorial Team…

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Carl T. Holst-Knudsen
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    A stepping stone.

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    Former Employee - New York in New York, NY
    Former Employee - New York in New York, NY
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    I worked at Thomas Publishing Company LLC full-time (More than 3 years)


    Competitive starting salary, good sick day/PTO package, valuable entry level experience, friendly people


    - Raises are hard to get and when they come they are low (1-2%) - Health benefits were cut in 2014 and are no longer competitive - Not much room for advancement or career growth. You will do what you were hired to and will periodically be given more responsibilities, but mostly your position will stay the same on the pecking order.

    Advice to Management

    I know the company had to find ways to save money, but I sincerely believe cutting the previous benefits package and replacing with the HDHP/HSA was a mistake. The benefits package was a large part of what made Thomas a good and competitive place to work. By cutting benefits and offering little in terms of raises, Thomas has turned itself into a stepping stone. It's a good place for people starting in their careers to gain a couple of years experience, but people with career growth in mind will eventually be forced to look elsewhere. My recommendation to management would be to take a long-term look at where they are heading. Company decisions seem to be mostly reactionary to end-year financial reports. But it's the people that make the company, and if you can't retain the people, the company has no chance. This is especially true when the company is in this weird transition phase as they try to establish themselves in a digital world. You will need to attract and retain top talent to succeed, and you can't do that without competitive benefits and salaries. I value my time at Thomas, the experience I gained, and the professional and personal relationships I established while working there, but I fear for the company's future if they don't start putting their most valuable resource -- their employees -- first. Best of luck to Thomas in the future.

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