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  • "Some great people to work with if you have the time to get to know anyone(in 163 reviews)
  • "great benefits; company is finally trying in earnest (and will most likely succeed) to pivot and become a digital company that also prints magazines.(in 66 reviews)
  • "Initial months Work Life balance is good(in 47 reviews)
  • "Great team to work with.(in 25 reviews)
  • "Great colleagues on the creative side of the business(in 23 reviews)
  • "most mags are understaffed and no one seems to care; Pay is low & it's hard to move up without leaving and coming back(in 82 reviews)
  • "Awards itself huge bonuses while paying low salaries and squeezing already non(in 59 reviews)
  • "Poor Management for Remote Teams(in 52 reviews)
  • "Long hours and a lot of hard work but worth it if you want to get into the editorial industry.(in 38 reviews)
  • "A very cutthroat, competitive culture(in 33 reviews)
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  1. 1.0
    Former Freelancer, more than 1 year

    Condé Nast Lives Up to 'Devil Wears Prada' Reputation

    Nov 8, 2018 - Digital Video Operations Manager in New York, NY
    CEO Approval
    Business Outlook


    Free coffee, tea, and snacks. Free beer and wine at 'Connect-a-thons' (all-hands meetings) If you're an employee, you get to go to parties and have orientation, and access to a learning and development portal online and get treated well from what I've seen. Talented producers, optimizers, and strategists who do really amazing work. Tremendous learning experience if you pay attention and make the effort. Cafeteria has good food Freedom tower has great views Surprise birthday celebrations (if they remember / if they like you) Gifts for births and weddings Flexible on work-from-home Summer Fridays Office closes last week of year between Christmas and New Year's


    The CYA mindset / Blame Game is an epidemic here. People are quick to point fingers when something goes wrong instead of working together towards a viable solution. Lots of toxic employees who: Are difficult to talk to Gossip Make others feel inferior Aren’t welcoming to ALL new "team" members (you can't just overuse the term "team" and expect that to work) Don't give you the common courtesy of human decency - when you walk by a coworker you definitely know in the hallway, make eye contact, say hi, and smile. Really not that hard at all. Very few "good" employees who: Are easy to talk to Don’t gossip Lift others up Welcome ALL new team members A video programming strategist that I'm supposed to collaborate with on a frequent basis asked if I was ready to quit yet at 6 months in. That was the last time he ever talked to me. After 6 months on the job with very little to no guidance, support, or constructive feedback (but plenty of scathing criticism and scoldings for trivial matters), I had to persuade my supervisor to give me 1-on-1 meetings every 2 weeks just so I could get a sense of what was going on. It took him 2-3 months to get that scheduled. Once we had 1-on-1s, he wouldn't make any eye contact, would lose his train of thought, go off on a couple unrelated tangents that were painfully unimportant, and get easily distracted by his laptop or people walking by his office. We had a team meeting in which he was supposed to lead the conversation and instead called everyone's attention to a digital billboard on a boat in the river. That's some 5-year-old behavior. On a Friday (a day when most people dress a little more casually), he went in on an employee for wearing a backwards baseball hat calling him "unprofessional". The employee then asked "Is it unprofessional?" and looked to his left to a woman wearing a baseball hat. The supervisor realized this and said, "Yeah, but I like (woman's name)" Keep in mind, a fair amount of people wear hats at the office every day. Why pick on one employee? He would talk massive amounts of trash about other executives and employees behind their backs IN TEAM MEETINGS! His body language suggested he was extremely uncomfortable giving me any kind of honest or direct feedback. He would constantly squirm in his chair and, at one point, had his arms crossed, shoulders shrugged to his ears, his legs as crossed as they can get and was so sideways-facing while looking up at the ceiling that it was almost as if he was actively trying not to turn his back on me. I consistently asked for critical feedback and all he could say was that I'm "quiet" ("which isn't a bad thing") and his team is “vibey”. The cliques at Condé make Mean Girls look like a support group. When I told him I was uncomfortable and didn't feel like I was part of the "team", he said 'well, Condé is a nasty place." How is this acceptable? Despite my supervisor's ineptitude, I repeatedly made it clear that I wanted to become a full-time employee. In December 2017, he claimed he was pushing for me to become one. Almost 10 MONTHS LATER, I find out he never ever made that push. I also didn't find out there was an 18-month cutoff until the moment my assignment was terminated (and that came from HR, not him). And that's after multiple times telling him that my #1 concern was to have a secure future (because my wife and I just had a baby). He was, by far, the most unprofessional, discourteous, and disingenuous boss I've ever had and I have 14 years of experience. I lost years off my life because of this place.

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  2. 3.0
    Current Employee

    I love drinking coffee

    Jan 11, 2021 - Fashion Designer in London, England
    CEO Approval
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    Amazing Coffee and great friends


    Terrible Tea and awful management

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