I have been working at Chicago Tribune full-time (More than 3 years)
Direct management has always been helpful in day to day issues that may arise, and also have always been there to assist in finding other opportunities within the company, whether they be within the same team/department or on another.
There are a lot of changes that constantly happen within the company. However, more often than not, most employees don't hear about these changes until right before they happen, even when the changes could potentially impact their day-to-day activities/operations.
Advice to Management
Please, be more transparent with your employees. Transparency is the greatest asset of trust you can give them.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Chicago Tribune (Chicago, IL).
Applied online through a job posting site. I was contacted within 5 days by their in-house recruitment staff and participated in a phone screen. I then participated in a phone interview with the hiring manager. Next, was an in person interview with the hiring manager and the associated staff. Following that was a phone interview with the director of the department, after which, an offer was made.
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Congrats on the promotion, John!
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