Jobs Companies & Reviews Companies Salaries Interviews
Hiring? Post a Job

Publishing Reviews

Showing 4150 of 3,860 Companies
Sort: Popular Rating

2.9 / Cincinnati, OH

“No opportunity to advance”  See all Reviews

Wonderful group of people to work with.  See all Reviews

2.5 / Davenport, IA

“Good Training and Benefits, not so good pay”  See all Reviews

Benefits Small Office Enterprises Great Training program  See all Reviews

3.4 / Kenosha, WI

“Don't overlook Snap-On in your search for good, stable employment.”  See all Reviews

(2) Weeks vacation first year of employment, (3) Weeks vacation after three years of service, on and on thereafter. Snap-On Tools product discount…  See all Reviews

3.5 / Bloomington, IN

“If you can sell well and network well, you'll make money; if not, you won't.”  See all Reviews

--Potential to make good money is extremely high for people without proven sales records or experience --Some great managers left after ridding…  See all Reviews

2.2 / King of Prussia, PA

“Marketing Manager”  See all Reviews

Flexible work schedule, worked independently, supportive manager within department, supportive peers  See all Reviews

3.0 / London, United Kingdom

“Art Director”  See all Reviews

Awesome place to work. I loved working there. The people there were all first class.  See all Reviews

3.7 / Los Angeles, CA

“Great people, strong brand”  See all Reviews

The people at this company are fun and very creative. Like the new publisher and his focus on local Los Angeles. Benefits are good but used to be…  See all Reviews

3.1 / New York, NY

“overall a nice place to work, great people, lots of free books”  See all Reviews

great people, nice work/life balance, free books  See all Reviews

3.3 / Los Angeles, CA

“Loved it!”  See all Reviews

Great working conditions, great office  See all Reviews

2.8 / New York, NY

“Over hundred years in working. Popular in the industry but the current growth is unstable. Glory days are long gone.”  See all Reviews

Normal to unprofessional level of interaction in workplace. Upper management is understanding if you have family commitments.  See all Reviews