Hearst Autos has a laid-back startup culture inside a larger corporate entity. Every Friday, employees enjoy going out for dinner and drinks in Buckhead, one of Atlanta’s most popular downtown centers. Other people on the team socialize in the company’s break room, where TV time and Nerf guns are plentiful.
Hearst Autos ensures that its employees succeed in an open environment without any artificial communication barriers that would prevent teams from producing innovative content. They also don’t work unending hours overnight or during holidays. Instead, employees maximize their productivity, rarely bringing their job home, producing top-quality work in the office.
“The culture here at Hearst Autos is very close-knit. We treat each other as really close friends and siblings in the way we banter and make jokes—but we get things done.”
Campaign Operations Manager
“Hearst Autos encourages creative, big-picture candidates to join our team. If you have radical perspectives on what the automotive industry should be—and can act on those ideas—then you should feel right at home here.”