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The New York Times Company Work Values

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Daily Duties at The New York Times Company:

Design and code websites for the 15 regional newspapers and affiliated sites as well as define coding and development best practices. Lead quarterly training classes for online directors and producers. Website design using CSS, Photoshop, Storymaker, HTML and Publicus. Management duties for 2 online producers including writing goals and conducting reviews as well as resource management and project forecasting. Faculty member for the 2007 New York Times Student Journalism Institute; responsibilities included website redesign and recoding, teaching the students how to post stories to the website, video-editing and effective Storymaker/Brightcove usage.

What they like about The New York Times Company:

Working for a company with an emphasis on social values and helping society is a clear and important priority for you - a critical factor in who you choose to work for. In contrast to other factors, you place an organization's reputation for fairness and concern for the community above most other aspects of the company. As you search for a new job opportunity, it is usually possible to find out if the company is involved in the community and/or if it is addressing problems and issues in society. Pay special attention to non-profit organizations and those specifically involved in social action. Moreover, speaking with current and former employees should enlighten you to perceptions of the fairness of the company's leaders and the treatment of employees.

Information about The New York Times Company

Company Rank: 4.0 out of 5

Average length of employment : 1 year

Average salary of employees: $55,000

These are some of the questions we asked our climbers about their experiences with The New York Times Company:

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I would recommend this as a place of employment.
I believe in the purpose of this organization.
I would work for this organization again.
I feel employees are fairly compensated.