There are cultures within individual teams, but it never felt like we were all part of the same company
Support from management
They try really hard to manage unmanageable expectations.
Teams are pretty solid, and seem to have each other's backs.
I was bombarded with conflicting and irrelevant information on a daily basis, which made it more difficult to find the things I needed to pay attention to.
Mostly women with male supervisors.
There's really nowhere to go there.
They're a paper media.
There was pressure to come in early, stay late, and work during off hours because of the sheer volume of emails.
Hearst always looks good on a resume, even if you hated working there.
Safe, yes; training, no.
The only thing challenging about the work was keeping up with all of the disparate messages I received daily.
Inclusive / Diverse
Diversity in people welcome; diversity in ideas not.