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53 English questions out of 53

January 22, 2021

What is paid time off like at Condé Nast?

Pros

Good amount of paid holidays and PTO

Cons

Hard to move up and receive raises

Good amount of paid holidays and PTO

January 22, 2021

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October 13, 2020

Does Condé Nast offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Exciting opportunities and good experience

Cons

Average pay and benefits package

Average pay and benefits package

October 13, 2020

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September 24, 2020

Does Condé Nast offer dental insurance?

Pros

Health, vision, dental benefits are decent.

Cons

I don't even know where to start. Anyone who says they have a work-life balance is either lying or they have an intro (or very upper) position. Everyone in the middle suffers from severe lack of boundaries, being overworked, taken advantage of, and paid very unfairly. If you search, you can still find a repost of company salary breakdowns that were quickly taken down. There's absolutely NO consistency regarding pay structure between brands, positions and tenure. Most people do NOT receive raises or bonuses, and the pay is drastically different between people on the same team. Even if you're pulling the entire weight of your department, you can be paid offensively less than your team mates. That also brings me to lack of needed oversight and leadership because some people in power positions don't actually know how to manage a team, which effects every project. Conde almost only promotes women and POC when they're in hot water and want to look good. Not to say these folks don't deserve the positions---it just shouldn't take a whistleblower to prompt them to make these moves. They only care about money, and that is clear in so many toxic work situations. As soon as Covid hit they immediately laid off hundreds of employees. So, long story short, they do not value employees in the slightest. Terrible experience.

Advice to Management

Pay people fairly, minimize egos so you can handle critique, learn how to do your jobs, and treat people fairly.

Health, vision, dental benefits are decent.

September 24, 2020

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June 23, 2020

Does Condé Nast offer family leave?

Pros

Good benefits and okay pay, colleagues were great

Cons

Less clear career path, very bad office politics

Good benefits and okay pay, colleagues were great

June 23, 2020

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July 10, 2019

Does Condé Nast offer life insurance?

Pros

you get to tell everyone you work here, and the office is in the Freedom Tower

Cons

pay, constantly taking away benefits that make "work life" more comfortable, extremely low employee retention

pay, constantly taking away benefits that make "work life" more comfortable, extremely low employee retention

July 10, 2019

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