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30+ days ago

QA Engineering Analyst III

Scripps Networks Interactive San Francisco, CA

Quality Assurance Engineer - ULIVE WHY YOU WANT TO COME HERE ULIVE is seeking a Quality Assurance Engineer to join our team and help us deliver the… ClickCast

30+ days ago

VP, Engineering

Scripps Networks Interactive San Francisco, CA

Vice President Engineering / Technology ULIVE WHY YOU WANT TO COME HERE ULIVE is seeking a VP of Engineering with a passion for Lean Product… ClickCast

28 days ago

Vice President Engineering / Technology

Scripps Networks San Francisco, CA

Willingness to improve your skills and get outside of your comfort zone in order to improve the… Ivy Exec

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Scripps Networks Interactive Chairman, President, and CEO Ken Lowe
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91 Ratings
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    Cushy, Relaxed and with the Lowest of Expectations

    • Work/Life Balance
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    Current Employee - Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Employee in San Francisco, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Scripps Networks Interactive full-time (More than a year)


    Get paid like you deserve it. Work life balance is phenomenal. Only go into the office 2-3 days/week and get out before the crowds. Great location, chilled environment, little to no true responsibility... seeing as this is a pro for most people there anyhow.


    If you actually do work, it may never see the light of day. Nothing to take for granted in the form of employee comfort perks; there are none. Management lacks direction and comprehension of the capabilities of their employees. Company is behind the ball on everything and then wastes time trying to catch-up to a target that somehow always manages to seem just out of reach.

    Advice to Management

    It's too late to turn things around. Enjoy what you've got while it lasts and on the next go-around, focus on the present and the value of what you actually do have, not what you hope to have. Most of all, stop rewarding lip-service.

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