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    1. 2.0
      Aug 12, 2021
      Staff Writer
      Current Employee, more than 3 years
      Miami, FL
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      The Miami Herald is a great place for young journalists to learn the ropes and get reporting experience.


      The compensation is terrible considering other media companies in the industry. The newspaper is very disorganized and is still trying to work on its digital transformation. It's also not a family-friendly company because it does not provide parental leave.

      1. 3.0
        Oct 27, 2021
        Current Employee, more than 10 years
        Miami, FL
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        The Miami Herald is a legacy news organization with a resilient and talented staff. The staff is filled with wonderful people. Unlike previous generations at the Herald, collaboration is easy and elevates everyone's effort. Toxic rivalries do not exist. New reporters work easily with veterans and their passion for producing solid, local journalism is infectious. This company punches above its weight class. The newsroom's union-backed guild is negotiating a first contract.


        McClatchy, the Herald's parent companym has withheld investing in its most important asset, its employees, and its brand, reputation and potential is slipping. Salaries have not kept pace with competitors, or the cost of living. The challenges of working in a pandemic are costs expected to be shouldered by employees. No surprise, the company is failing to attract high level talent in the last year. There are now more than a dozen openings. Hopefully the owners will see the collapse of confidence and disinvestment as a threat to its future profits and decide it's time to turn things around.

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      Gave two interviews recently and got a feedback that I wasn’t able to explain my role as effectively, because of which I won’t be able to transition as fast into a fast-paced environment. I have worked in one small firm and one small-mid firm, and I personally feel I am ready to take up more responsibilities and move to a bigger firm for more exposure. Not sure how else I can explain my roles effectively, even after walking them through everything, how am I supposed to utilise this feedback?

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      Im really interested in applying for Walmart but I'm not interested in the bs that comes along with it. Especially when nowadays the difference between poverty & not living on the streets is a full-time job (If you're lucky) 🥴🥴


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      What are hiring managers looking for?? I have had so many interviews and have not gotten the job! I have literally had the people I’ve interviewed with tell me that I was a shoo in for the job, invite me to tour the facilities, and give incredibly positive feedback but I haven’t gotten the jobs. I’m so frustrated because I need to get out of my current job situation asap but have had ZERO luck.


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