The Washington Post
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www.washingtonpost.com Washington, DC 1000 to 5000 Employees

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Very good on your Resume

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Washington, DC

ProsFamous Brand
Good on resume
Tele-commute
Big company and you can make a lot of friends if you stay long-term

ConsReactive managers
Intimidating arrogant managers
No appreciation shown to employees
Can get lost in the crowd

Advice to Senior ManagementIntimidating employees by saying things like "Dont expect me to change my management style" can cause employees to leave.

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    Warm Family in Need of some Counseling

    Section News Aide (Former Employee)
    Washington, DC

    I worked at The Washington Post


    Pros: There's nothing like working at the Post. Small newsroom feel, where everyone knows each… Cons: New management is somewhat out of touch in terms of newsroom morale. Pay… Advice to Senior Management: Anonymous surveys each quarter. Equal pay for digital and print staffs. Foster community - don't let… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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    Decent salary for a motivated individual

    Account Executive (Former Employee)
    Washington, DC

    I worked at The Washington Post


    Pros: WashPost offers flexible schedules and great, achievable bonuses. It is easy to… Cons: There are always difficulties working for a large company or under a bad boss within a large company.… Advice to Senior Management: Listen to the employees. A lot of young employees had some great ideas during my time at WashPost but the company was… More
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