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Napco Media (as of last week) is a completely different Napco than I knew it to be this time last year...in a impressive and absolutely positive way. I took the job leaving a start-up as the first employee for a more corporate job which scared me, but I made the move because I was introduced to the now CEO who had a vision for Napco.
Years later, Napco Media has become so much more than anyone envisioned. Together as a company, we have reinvested into the workplace, our people, a complete re-branding of name and values. We are no longer a publishing company, but a new media company and have all the resources at the tip of our fingers to support the new and very much improved Napco Media. I have never been more proud to be apart of an organization that doesn't just talk about change but IS a change agent.
We work hard, we play hard and have a WHOLE lot of fun doing it! Our new website, name and 2015 initiatives will make us a force to reckon with!
With drastic change, comes some hardships. We are still very much seen as a traditional publishing company and it is hard at times to embrace the plethora of changes that have happened in the past 11 months. But I know we have the people in place to continue our growth and investment in the people and workplace.
Being a Philadelphia based company, we do not get as much recognition in our own community as we should nor have we as a company made as much of an effort to become more community based. But Rome was not build in a day!!!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult InterviewAccepted OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at NAPCO Media (Philadelphia, PA) in October 2012.
Phone interview, in person interview, 40 page personality test (ridiculous), another interview, contacted references, extended offer
- Nothing, boring questions, boring company Answer Question
They were unwilling to negotiate and promised a raise after 6 months. Raise never came. When I asked about it they agreed to it and then let me go 2 weeks later. I wish I hadn't accepted.
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Since 1958, NAPCO Media has been a leading information source in the markets it serves. NAPCO Media continues to evolve with information distribution methods and specializes in the creation and cross-channel distribution of exceptional content. Our mission is to initiate and strengthen a mutually beneficial relationship between our audience and our clients.
Mission: We are entrepreneurial, transparent, positive and selfless. We believe that strong Core Values are the foundation for creating an environment which benefits and enriches...