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The New York Times

2.8 | New York City, NY | Newspapers | 1001 to 5000 Employees
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Company scores for The New York Times are based on 354 ratings from 23 employees

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Nothing particularly bad about the NYT, but nothing particularly good either - the burden of making improvements in culture and atmosphere is pretty much on individuals and teams to lead, which is a bummer since most people/teams have higher priorities within actual job roles.

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Early Career

Joining The New York Times was a double-edged sword. On one hand, it felt like a privilege to work for such a renowned, historic brand and it opened doors that many other companies would not have been able to. On the other, it made the harsh reality of working in an environment so unsupportive of women and minorities that much more disappointing and unacceptable.

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All press the NYT receives about women in the newsroom is sadly true.

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Early Career

The salaries were not competitive and there was a strict policy against working remotely (even the day after Thanksgiving).

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The New York Times is a newspapers company headquartered in the New York City, NY area that employs 1001 to 5000 people. The New York Times has a 2.8-star InHerSight Score, based on 354 ratings from 23 current or former employees. 4 employees left comments about their experience working for the company. InHerSight collects anonymous employer ratings and reviews from women for companies like The New York Times and shares that information publicly to empower working women to make better decisions about their careers and where they work.

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