- Kultur & Werte
- Vergütung & Zusatzleistungen
Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Condé Nast (mehr als ein Jahr)
The building itself is nice with a welcoming, spacious lobby.
Cliff bars in the kitchen.
Health insurance for those lucky enough to get it.
Terrible infrastructure - One overwhelmed and ineffective IT employee to deal with a company where nothing works. It's been six months and they still can't get the phones to work. On-boarding issues galore - it took them 6 weeks to pay one of my colleagues. None of the internal protocols ever simply work - something always goes wrong and you have to jump through a million hoops.
No HR presence in the LA office. This magnifies all the infrastructure issues.
Incompetent management who don't stand up for the people who work under them.
Terrible salaries for non-management and they'll fight you over any sort of OT.
No culture - Even within departments people rarely interact. No happy hour drinks after work. Nobody seems to know each other nor care. It feels like a place people come to punch in and punch out and leave it at that. The vibe is often apathetic and screams "Such is life."
Rat an das Management
Get a new CTO and fix the infrastructure. Get HR in the LA office so that people can stop waiting over a month to get paid or deal with an insurance issue. Hire more IT employees. Oh and...most importantly pay fair wages to those who do the actual work.
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Ich habe mich online beworben. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im August 2017 bei Condé Nast (Los Angeles, CA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).
This interview was honestly the worst interview I have ever had. My interview went as follows: My interviewer spoke with me for barely 10 min. She rushed through the interview, she negated my qualifications for the position during the interview saying that I don't have the skills and requirements needed. She questioned all of my previous positions instead of inquiring or asking me about them. She mentioned that my current position was not "fast-paced" enough for Conde Nast or CitizenNet. She mentioned that what I currently do has no relevance to the position I was interviewing for. When I asked about company culture, she just reiterated the job description details and what kind of candidates CN looks for. She was short with me and acted as if I wasn't good enough for the position. It was as if she had already decided that I wasn't going to be right for the job before she even dialed my phone number. As a recruiter, if you decide to call someone for an interview, at least give them the time of day! Ask them about their previous experiences, don't question how they got there. They got there, what does it matter how! She was rude, didn't ask me if I had any questions at the end. I had to interrupt her as she was saying "I'll be in touch" to mention that I had a few questions. I would never want to work for a company after an interview like that. The entire time I felt like my experiences and worth were being put down or were being questioned. What kind of recruiter puts a candidate down during an interview?! Candidates are way more than a resume. Do your job better.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch