Tech-focused company, stuck in the 90s.
Long time employee at Wiley (Current Employee) – Hoboken, NJ – July 29, 2018
Wiley is pushing to be a leading publisher in technology and innovation. However, their staff is struggling by a lack of exposure and training on new material. It is clear that work-life balance is valued and they do offer generous PTO plans, based on grade level and years of experience. Over the years how much time off is available and to whom it is available, has become more challenging to locate. This raises transparency concerns by employees.
Incentive plans and number of required hours have shifted over the course of individuals' contracts without prior approval or forced consent. The constant restructuring has led to a lack of commitment from the highest levels of management. Those who are willing to push themselves, show up on time, or dedicate longer hours or produce a greater amount of completed work, are often not rewarded beyond a momentary bonus with small incentive. The lack of advancement in a company oversaturated with under qualified managers or mangers lacking in commitment, stagnates growth for others.
Great PTO and Health Benefits
Dated systems. No training. Poor management.