I worked at Warren Communications News as a contractor
Loved working for the Warrens and on high-profile telecom and technology news. This is a great operation with world-class journalists cranking out great work.
The distribution model works, but makes it difficult for staff to raise their profiles beyond paying subscribers. This is not an easy problem to solve.
Advice to Management
I don't have any great pieces of advice. I enjoyed my time at WCN and it seemed like my colleagues did too.
I applied through other source. The process took a week. I interviewed at Warren Communications News (Washington, DC).
First, you receive a phone screening interview. If you qualify, you go in for a one hour interview with two senior employees. Very easy questions. If you pass the one hour interview, you go into for a second interview, and meet a couple of the current sales people and other staff members. You are encouraged to ask questions. The goal is to make sure you like the job and if you are a good fit for the company.
Not much. Take it or leave it. Very strict salary and compensation plan. They don't always do pay raises every year, and when they do, it appears that everyone gets the same percentage pay increase across the board. Does not appear to be any real merit increases for doing a good job. Very conservative company when it comes to pay.
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