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What is the interview process like?


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When interviewing for a position in the newsroom expect to have a lot of interviews. It's typical for the company to move slow (I was three months from application to hire and everyone at the time commented that that was quick). You'll talk to potential team members and managers of adjacent teams, and at least one person on the masthead.


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Very thorough.

Answered - Sr. AR Credit & Collections Specialist (Current Employee) - One New York Times Plaza, Flushing, NY 11354

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Interview process was very easy. Typing test.

Answered - Inbound Customer Service Advocate/CALL CENTER (Current Employee) - Greensboro, NC

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There were six phone interviews and one in person interview with the sales manager and department director.

Answered - Sales Manager, Corporate Digital Solution (Current Employee) - Estero, FL

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The Supervisor takes the time to see what kind of personality you have. They see if you are a good fit to be a customer service sales representative.

Answered - Inbound Call Center Agent (Current Employee) - Greensboro, NC

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