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- 4.0Nov 14, 2016District ManagerFormer EmployeeMiami, FL
Pay. Benefits. Vacation. Crew. Family atmosphere. Days are free. Salary plus. On top of you when you do wrong
7 days a week. Overnight. No life. Micro managed. Long hours. No recognition for successes.
- 1.0Feb 17, 2017Advertising Account ExecutiveFormer Employee, less than 1 yearMiami, FL
No pros ... Great coworkers. I can't think of anything else
Bad sales behavior, poor management skills, unrealistic goals, micromanagement without purpose, long hours without pay, non-competitive pay structure. Managers are unwilling to listen to any creative ideas if not their own. Unfortunately, their ideas are like the newspaper, stuck in the past.
- 3.0Feb 20, 2016Advertising Account ExecutiveFormer Employee
Lots to learn, experience, HR
Long hours, some bosses SCREAM at you, daily publication so daily deadlines equals tons of pressure, a lot of gossip goes around about you and others.
- 5.0Apr 1, 2013InternCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearMiami, FL
A very varied internship (had opportunities to work in diverse offices). Opportunities to write compelling stories and interview interesting individuals. Competitive internship pay (40-hour workweek; no overtime, but they let you take time extra as time off). Miami is one of the most exciting news towns in America. Great colleagues (learned a lot from them). Relaxed yet driven environment. Phenomenal internship experience overall. Great skills transferable for fields other than media.
Lack of job security (due to industry conditions), little post-internship employment opportunities. Relocation to Doral in May 2013 (current headquarters next to Biscayne Bay is impressive).