Compare Bonnier vs Bonnier Publishing BETA

See how Bonnier Publishing vs. Bonnier compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.

Employee Ratings

Overall Rating
(full-time and part-time employees only)
2.5
(based on 13 reviews)
5.0
(based on 9 reviews)
Career Opportunities
2.4
4.4
Compensation & Benefits
1.9
3.7
Work-life balance
3.5
4.2
Senior Management
1.9
4.7
Culture & Values
1.9
4.8
CEO Approval
Bonnier Ceo Jonas Bonnier
N/AJonas Bonnier
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100%
% Recommend to a friend
51%
100%
Positive Business Outlook
N/A
100%

Salaries

Salaries for similar jobs
Web Designer1 Salaries
$63,902/yr
Senior Editor1 Salaries
$81,165/yr
Upper Middle Management1 Salaries
$90,619/yr

What Employees Say

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Cons
Featured Review

Intern

I worked at Bonnier

Pros

great, supportive employers who encourage growth

Cons

short-staffed, staff overworked and constantly downsizing

Current Employee - Associate Publisher

I have been working at Bonnier Publishing full-time for more than 10 years

Pros

(from the perspective of an editor/writer) Working on books you can be proud of. Even the most junior employees are encouraged to present ideas for new books, brand partners, and systems... improvement. Getting to take an idea all the way through from proposal to contracts to edit and design to print production. Awesome cross-training compared to companies where job functions are more rigid. If you come up with a way to do something better or differently, you'll have the support to try it out (within reason) Nice folks, all the way up to top management. I've seen the CEO and CFO personally drop everything to help fix a problem rather than delegating or ignoring it. While the pace can be very fast and the deadlines tight, you're part of a talented, supportive team. Even top executives will roll up their sleeves and hep your achieve your goal. Getting to work on really cool, interesting books.

Cons

New corporate structure means we're revising admin systems and workflow and rolling out new processes. It's all the the greater good, but can feel a little confusing at times. Deadlines are often... very tight and budgets can be challenging to folks who've made a lateral move from advertising or tech.

Advice to Management

Document systems, create an ops manual, keep working (as we have been) towards planning to avoid deadline crunches.

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