Wiley Jobs in Malden, MA

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11 days ago

Javascript Engineer/Front End Developer

Wiley Malden, MA

• Working knowledge of templating frameworks, i.e. Handlebars/Mustache • Strong understanding and hands on experience with transactional… Wiley


30+ days ago

Editor, Classics

Wiley Malden, MA

• Develop strategic acquisitions and publishing plan for Classical Studies and Ancient History. • Conduct and analyze market research, both formal… Wiley


30+ days ago

Senior Marketing Manager

Wiley Malden, MA

As a Senior Marketing Manager, you will provide marketing expertise and support for the American Geophysical Union (AGU) suite of journals, assisting… Wiley


30+ days ago

Editorial Assistant, Journals

Wiley Malden, MA

The Editorial Assistant provides administrative and title management support to designated Journal Publishing Managers (JPMs) within the team to… Wiley


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    Unfocused, secretive, overmanaged

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    I worked at Wiley full-time (More than 8 years)

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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    The company was very flexible with different working styles and if you were proactive, you had the flexibility to change your own role.

    Cons

    The culture is ... snotty. Management is COMPLETELY DISCONNECTED. Due to labor laws in the UK, they are far overstaffed there and offices in the US suffer from bottlenecking and general incompetency (it's nearly impossible to be lay off or fire people, plus they can take up to a year off while holding their job). I don't expect the company to survive in it's current state. There is a ridiculous amount of reinventing the wheel, due to some major organizational issues.

    Advice to Management

    Stop running the company into the ground by overpaying yourselves, underpaying your staff, and not allowing for growth, advancement, or new ideas. Figure out how to connect your businesses rather than treating them as silos.


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