Better Jobs With Companies That Care
October 4, 2017
Another week, another tragedy. Sigh. Big time sigh. Our hearts go out to those affected by recent events….everywhere. In times like these, it's tough to stay optimistic. But as Rachel Valdez, our chief dream maverick and head of global talent management always says, "We will change the world together." She means it, and so do we. So squeeze your loved ones a little closer tonight (or if you're at Grace Hopper, when you get home - and quick side note - come say hi to us at booth 2673A) and let's stay cautiously optimistic that the winds of change will gain strength and lead us through this storm.
Since 1922, Time Inc. has been delivering some of the best editorial content around. Home to iconic publications like Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine, and People, Time Inc. has something for everybody. Their diversity of content is mirrored in their benefits. From advanced movie screenings and onsite fitness classes to a 401k and comprehensive health coverage, you know that Time Inc. puts just as much effort into keeping their team members happy as they do their brilliant content.
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