If the publishing industry has any advantage in these tough economic times, it’s that the imperative to discover new revenue streams far predates the current crisis. Publishing’s woes are not analogous to a bursting bubble so much as a deflating balloon—with the hissing sound of advertising steadily moving from print to online.
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The “Best Magazine Publishing Companies to Work For” list is Publishing Executive’s annual ranking of companies that seem to embody the philosophy that a company’s employees are the key to its success. But being a great company isn’t just about offering a great benefits package (though that certainly helps). The companies that made the list this year create environments where employees are valued and respected professionally, but they also work to help enhance employees’ personal lives. Whether it’s through bonuses, fitness centers, sabbatical programs or super-flex flex time, these companies go the extra mile to keep their employees happy—and it shows.