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Hoboken, NJ
5001 to 10000 employees
Company - Public (JW-A)
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Working at Wiley

Wiley might not adorn its books with shirtless hunks, but with such titles as “Patty’s Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology,” who needs Fabio? For the scientific, technical, and medical communities, the company publishes more than 1,600 journals as ... Read more

Mission: Wiley's mission is to be a global information and education company providing content and services to professionals, researchers, educators, students, lifelong learners, and consumers worldwide. Wiley is dedicated to serving our customers' needs ... Read more

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Wiley President & CEO Mark Allin
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  • "Lucked into a great team!"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Indianapolis, IN
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Indianapolis, IN
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    I have been working at Wiley full-time (More than 3 years)


    Wiley has the same work week hours and days off when you first start as the people of Denmark. Denmark has been ranked as the happiest place on earth by several international polls, due to their work/life balance. In an American company, it is so refreshing to find a company that believes you need a personal life, and gives you the time off to have it.

    I also have lucked into a team that has been so welcoming and supportive. I have a great supervisor and am excited about being part of my team.


    I don't feel like there is enough collaboration within our team. Everyone works pretty independently. I feel more team reviews of work would encourage conversation and bring about even better and stronger ideas.

    The office is located in a suburban office park out in a field. No walkability to anything. It would be so great to be located within the city.

    Advice to Management

    Wiley reimburses college tuition which is fantastic. I would love to see a policy that opens the doors to some of the code schools and boot camps that don't fall into the category of a college but are great training for these skills at a lower cost.

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Wiley Photos

Wiley photo of: Family Day at the zoo (April 2015)
Wiley photo of: Colleagues in our Hoboken office at our Lean In Mixer series.
Wiley photo of: Colleagues in our Hoboken office at our Lean In Mixer series.
Wiley photo of: A bake sale to raise funds for Comic Relief
Wiley photo of: Under the Reading Aloud scheme, colleagues read to children to foster a love for reading.
Wiley photo of: Colleagues presenting a cheque to Chestnut Tree House, the local children's hospice.
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Wiley Interviews



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    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Wiley.


    Submit resume and writing sample. Received an email and then follow-up call requesting video interview. Interview consisted of written question with one minute to read, then recorded your 2-minute response. Interview consisted of six questions, none of which were "standard" questions (e.g., strength/weakness, why the company/role). Received canned rejection letter with no interview feedback or indication that letter was personally written/addressed.

    Interview Questions

    • Other than email, what communication tools do you like to use for a team? Why?   Answer Question
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Company Updates

  • Kudos to colleagues Ashley Zurcher and Jennifer Whitney for being included in Kapost's 40 Inspiring Women in Marketing!

    40 Inspiring Women in Marketing #IWD2016

    By: Christine Viera International Women's Day posed the question, how will you mark the day? We'd like to celebrate the achievements of women in marketing. Marketing is an exciting craft. The Age of the Customer, the rise of digital, the explosion of new technologies, the many talented millennials joining our ranks - these shifts have completely transformed marketing.

  • In the FT: Capstone author Neil Pavitt suggests a keeping a 'done' list instead of a 'to do' list (reg req)

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Wiley Awards & Accolades

  • 100 Best Companies to Work For, Fortune Magazine, 2014
  • Workplace Health Award, Active Sussex, 2014
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