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30+ days ago

Account Representative - Wiley Microsoft

Wiley Indianapolis, IN

Working in our Global Education business as an Inhouse District Sales Representative, you will sell higher education textbooks to college professors… Wiley


3 days ago

Temporary Corrections Technician

Wiley Indianapolis, IN

Complete scheduled corrections of books moving into to various print-on-demand workflows, including text corrections in InDesign and Quark files… Wiley


2 days ago

Temporary Marketing Assistant – new

Wiley Indianapolis, IN

We are looking for a temporary for a three-month assignment. In this role you will support the channel marketing team with the implementation of our… Wiley


7 days ago

Product Manager - Contract position

Wiley Indianapolis, IN

We are seeking a Product Manager for six-month assignment in the Knowledge Services division of Wiley, reporting to the Director of Product… Wiley


9 days ago

Summer Internships

Wiley Indianapolis, IN

Internship programs are available throughout the year. The summer program offers a weekly stipend of $425 and runs from May 28 through August 7. If… Wiley


30+ days ago

Account Representative - Wiley Microsoft

Wiley Indianapolis, IN

Working in our Global Education business as an Inhouse District Sales Representative, you will sell higher education textbooks to college professors… Wiley


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    Sad to witness a great company in the throes of self destruction

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    Former Employee - Employee in Indianapolis, IN
    Former Employee - Employee in Indianapolis, IN

    I worked at Wiley full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    It used to be a great place to work with a few exceptions; one being lower than industry average pay. In fact it was always rated among the top employers for places to work. We were almost treated like part of the family. Benefits and PTO was, and still is fantastic!

    Cons

    Upper management changed and in came the "consultants" and out went all of the talent in lieu of contracting all critical work overseas. Publishing as an industry is in flux and requires new ideas to stay in the game. Unfortunately management wasn't producing these ideas and the employees who had them, along with a vision for growth in a tough market, were ignored, and then eventually laid off. The current upper management is even more clueless and believes everything is solved not by their own new thinking, but by saving dollars by contracting everything to India.

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    It's too late to save what was. You let everyone that had experience and knowledge go already. The only wise thing to do at this point is to lay yourselves off and allow others with sound ideas and visions to take over.

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