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Full-Time job scheduling. I returned to The Washington Post after I retired from my full-time job. I love my job at The Washington Post. I'm still employed at The Washington Post.

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People don't care about you if you get injured, they just ignore you!

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Nothing, because it wasn't anything that management did for me to leave.

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Thorough and detailed interview where I met with multiple members of the staff, including leadership, the admin for leadership, the director for whom I would work, and her current assistant who was leaving the company.

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Everyday you work you get time put on for sick days..

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I wish I could go back in time and find a way to keep the print media giant in place. If I were in charge now, I would search for more ways to involve current employees in the development of skill building programs which made employees stronger, even more productive and successful within the workplace. I would challenge not only the management but the entry level employees to play an active role in improving their targeted areas and give regular input through strategic brainstorming.

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