ProsThe best part of Cengage Group is the culture. Of course, "culture" sounds vague and cliche. But if you know, you know. The pay and benefits are good and certainly appreciated. But is just part of
ConsI have none. It's a great place to work ( I work remote, but still--a great "place").
Advice to ManagementKeep up the openness and empathy. You don't realize how valuable it is to hear your senior leadership talk to people weekly. I know it is a risk to act so human and vulnerable in a corporate setting,
Cengage Group has a critical role to play in providing quality, inclusive learning materials that empower progress and combat ignorance. As one of the largest education companies in the world, and a global employer, we are taking action to advance inclusion and diversity efforts in our workplaces, communities and the education experiences we provide to learners and educators. We do this because it’s the right thing to do: for our customers, our employees and our business.
Our ultimate goal is to make inclusion and diversity a sustainable, core part of the Cengage Group culture. We recognize the immense responsibility we have to develop quality learning products and services that ar
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Cengage Group (United States)
InterviewLong and somewhat vague. Skill set, success rate, and experience aren't the values they're looking for, so it's tough to know how to position yourself to their liking. Focus on "why do you want this job? You're overqualified." This relentless focus began to devalue the position; if the candidate applies and interviews - they want the job (?)
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions
Tech Hiring Commitment
Helping to train, hire and promote more technology workers
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