The Best Magazine Publishing Companies to Work For
• Flexible hours.
• Children are occasionally permitted in the office.
Why Nei-Turner thinks it’s a great place to work:
“Our company’s employees are genuine, easy-going people with a passion to create high-quality publications. The company’s flexibility encourages creativity and motivates us to go beyond our comfort level for the utmost success in our fields.”
2. Trade Press Media Group Inc.
U.S. Headquarters: Milwaukee, Wis.
CEO: Bob Wisniewski
Trade Press produces six b-to-b magazines, trade shows and industry Web sites, including two vertical search engines, as well as offers direct-response products.
• Number of new hires*: 8
• Rate of voluntary turnover*: 2.8%
• Bonus program for all employees: No
• ESO/profit-sharing: No/Yes
401(k) or 403(b) retirement savings program:
• Employer contribution: A one-time $300 contribution.
• Employer match: 50% of first 4% of salary contribution, and 25% of next 2%, vested on sliding scale.
• Paid holidays/year: 11
• PTO includes: Vacation, sick
• Vacation days available after 1 year: 7
• Maximum no. of vacation days: 20
• Sick days: 7
• Highlights: Twelve employees work from home full-time.
• Option to work compressed work weeks: No
• Employee assistance program: Yes
• On-site exercise and fitness facilities: No
• On-site fitness/wellness programs: No
• Social gatherings: summer picnics, potluck luncheons and seasonal parties.
• Maternity-leave benefits for adopting parents.
• Paid volunteer time.
Other programs or practices that promote a healthy work/life balance:
• Free baseball tickets.
• Employee library in the company lunch room.
• Flexible work hours to accommodate family needs or commitments.
Why Trade Press thinks it’s a great place to work:
“The core values and unique company culture, along with world-class talent, make Trade Press a great place to work. It is a fun … place to come each day.”