Suggestions for improvement
- None; Wiley does what it has to do to survive the transition to digital. I have no suggestions.
What I like about the company
Unfortunately, the culture of publishing has by necessity changed drastically over the last decade; what I liked best about this company no longer applies.
What I dislike about the company
Like many publishers, Wiley was forced to streamline aggressively to remain competitive. The result is an on-edge, insecure and cut-throat sales culture. Employees coming on board now may be prepared for, and accepting of, that new culture, but long time employees feel the sting.
The following benefits were offered to meParking is offered
401(k) is offered
Ability to work remotely is offered
Desirable office location is offered
Tuition assistance is offered
401(k) Match is offered
Flexible spending account is offered
Paid time off is offered
Healthcare (including vision and dental) is offered
Relocation allowance is offered
Life insurance is offered
The following perks were offered to meEmployee discounts is offered
Fitness center on site is offered