I worked at Scripps full-time
Competitive Pay, Provides leadership education and opportunities like Station Champions and Camp Joy for managers.
Supervisors were not always held accountable for conducting needed, constructive reviews for their employees. The online review process was not built in a way that really helped the employee grown, learn, get feedback and set firm goals and not all managers utilized the tool effectively.
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Scripps (Cincinnati, OH) in January 2017.
Contacted by recruiter who was nice and pleasant. I got a tour of their office before the interview. I was interviewed by the entire team which may be disconcerting to the slightly introverted. The manager emphasized their positive culture. A few days later I got a rejection, which was also nice. Many companies today don't bother to even reject you. During the interview I was asked many questions which I felt were not relevant to the position's description. It seems like that a person which data analyst experience wasn't in the room and instead was asked many non-core technical questions (vendor specific) that don't pertain to what a technical analysts core skills and the technologies and skills listed on the job posting. Of course a few questions may have been relevant. I wasn't asked about how to query and analyze Hadoop resident, what type of analysis I performed etc. I think if they had asked questions which were more tailored to the job description I would have performed better. Overall, I got a positive impression.
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