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Updated Aug 11, 2023
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- 4.0Oct 13, 2016Product Control ManagerFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsMiami, FL
Good pay good people. Good benefits and a good learning place. Long time company in Miami in the media field. Best to try for positions at the admiral location if available. Especially for digital content.
Downsizing in the circulation department as distribution centers are franchised. Over the last few years audience development is being downsizedOver the last few years audience development is being downsizedOver the last few years audience development is being downsized and many people laid off.
- 3.0Feb 21, 2014Independent DistributorFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsNorth Miami Beach, FL
At one time great company to work for. I work for the company for 20 years. Great people and good support.
Company is in decline. Newspaper Business is slowly disappearing and will become like the Pay telephone
- 3.0Apr 13, 2012Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeMiami, FL
Great people to work with. Great environment to help businesses grow. A lot of team spirited events throughout the year.
Sometimes it was very difficult to feel comfortable there. it is a very structured environment with lots of micro management.
- 5.0Jan 11, 2017Independent ContractorCurrent Contractor, more than 10 yearsMiami, FL
i am my own boss and meet some interesting people
not making enough money to pay bills changing to independent contractor took away many jobs
- 4.0Jan 28, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 years
Great people, some of my best work of my career
The business model is eroded and the current leadership doesn't know what to do1