Army Times Publishing Company [owned by Gannett] is a good company from my experience working there. The management is flexible with workers to allow time off but maintains staffing as needed to get the work done. In an effort for fairness, the company does holidays by lottery so everyone will get some holiday off. It may not be the exact one you want but that's OK. At least it is fair to everyone. The people are professional and skilled. They work well together and handle the challenges of working on numerous publications with ease. It is a good place to work.
Location isn't the greatest but you can't get everything. Benefits include a lame gym. But other benefits are better, such as cell phone discounts. Of course, the job also requires working late nights once a week and more than the designated hours per week due to deadlines. If more work was done with the staff that deadlines are not suggestions but actual deadlines, that might help significantly. It would also be nice if the computers and reference materials were up to date. There are too few reference books to allow each person to have their own copies. Sharing doesn't always work.
Advice to Management
Give more feedback to workers on how they are doing. Offer
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Army Times Publishing in April 2009.
Very long process, not a lot of communication or feedback
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