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They often mention how awful the culture at the new company is.
While no company will ever be perfect and there is always room for improvement, Mashable is definitely in my top 3 companies I've worked for. Here goes:- revolving door- unequipped management- leadership is laughable -This is literally the white privilege headquarters (for an example: witnessed white employees get lightly disciplined for making the same mistake a POC employee made and the POC employee got harshly disciplined.
I can only speak to my experience while working here, and I realize everyone's experience may differ. While I believe most companies can do better at hiring more people of color, Mashable definitely is open to doing so, and has done so on numerous occasions. I can honestly say I trust the HR team at Mashable more so than any other HR team I've worked with in the past.
Mashable has done a pretty great job at hiring people that fit into the company culture. They will pass by you and say hi, and maybe even strike up a small conversation. I very rarely feel uncomfortable due to being a woman of color. I can tell the head of HR is not just interested in attracting top notch talent, but in retaining that talent as well.
Mashable made a number of job cuts in recent months and had been attempting to secure additional funding.
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