Miami Herald Employee Reviews about "team"
42% would recommend to a friend
(6 total reviews)
21% approve of CEO
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Updated Aug 11, 2023
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- 4.0Oct 16, 2016Senior Business AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsTbilisi
team management, negotiation, business developement
overall looking, big objective oriented
- 4.0Jan 30, 2021Press OperatorFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsDoral, FL
Great management and co-workers worked together as a team.
Decisions made In California stopped production of the paper in Doral.1
- 3.0Aug 21, 2015Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsMiami, FL
Great people, made some lasting friendships there. Manager was very supportive of our team and training and tools were available as needed. It was a great learning experience for me although, truthfully, am glad I moved on and would not come back. Good work/life balance in my experience.
The newspaper industry has fallen on rough times and the company has gone through numerous rounds of layoffs/downsizing over the past 15 years (at least). Employees do not always feel valued. As a result, morale can be low, and salaries as well. Budgets for research, outside vendors, etc. have been slashed. It can be frustrating and demoralizing to work in an undtry where there seems little opportunity for growth.1
- 5.0Feb 9, 2023ReporterCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
Hands-on team and supportive staff
Union workers are often in negotiations, many of which never come to fruition. Those in the union are often unsupported by McClatchy