Gannett Invests Heavily in Its Employees’ Success—and Is Hiring Now
An award-winning news organization with deep roots in communities across the nation, Gannett is today’s modern media company. With more than 110 markets internationally, Gannett is known for powerhouse brands including USA TODAY. The company strives to push the boundaries of what quality content can be and how readers experience digital and print media.
Every member of the Gannett team loves coming to work each day—mainly because the office just doesn’t feel like a generic workspace. Instead of a cubicle farm, the office has high ceilings and spacious workspaces, and it’s full of fun perks—including Razor scooters, NERF guns, and jars of candy. Outside the office, Gannett also offers a beautiful pond, perfect for afternoon walk breaks.
With this, Gannett hopes to create an equal and collaborative environment: “We have an open-door management structure at Gannett. Whether you are the CEO or a front-line manager, that door is always open. We really strive to allow people to provide feedback and share ideas because that’s where opportunities come from,” says Beryl Love, Executive Editor of the USA TODAY Network National News Desk.
Gannett also believes in helping people find their place in the media world, from the class of interns it brings on every summer to full-time employees. “Gannett was the one place I got exposure to that was willing to really invest in me and take a risk,” shares Brent Jones, Standards and Ethics Editor at USA TODAY. “I didn’t have a formal journalism education, but I had a willingness to learn, persistence, and curiosity.”
Check out Gannett’s offices, then go get your next job.
As an Associate Editor for The Muse, Alyse is proud to prove that yes, English majors can change the world. She calls many places home, including Illinois where she grew up and the small town of Hamilton where she attended Colgate University, but she was born to be a New Yorker. In addition to being an avid writer, Alyse loves to dance, both professionally and while waiting for the subway.More from this Author