I worked at China Radio International
Pros – The job which I like
Cons – It's will be better if I can be assigned more tasks
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2011-11-30 08:34 PST
I have been working at China Radio International
Pros – CRI is a reliable, stable and established employer, unlike many companies in China. Although there are sometimes issues, you can trust that they will pay you, get your visa and fulfill their end of the contract. Good for networking and an introduction to working in China. It is an interesting experience to work for state media and interact with Chinese journalists. It's one of the safest ways for a foreign journalist to get started in China and learn about how things work here. There's also an international, multicultural office and social environment around CRI as well.
Cons – CRI can be a difficult environment for people with training as Western journalists because of the nature of state media in China. Management may not allow you to do the work you want to do once you get here or may try to get you to participate in projects or events that you don't want to do. Management and basic office structure is very unorganized, communication is nonexistant. Hours can be irregular for some employees. The office is located extremely far from the city center, resulting in long commutes for some.
Advice to Senior Management – Improve communication.
2010-04-26 18:27 PDT
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