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HarperCollins Publishers LLC is one of the world's largest publishing companies and is one of the Big Five English-language publishing companies, alongside Penguin Random House, Simon & Schuster, Hachette, and Macmillan. The company is headquartered in New York City and is a subsidiary of News Corp. The name is a combination of several publishing firm names: Harper & Row, an American publishing company acquired in 1987—whose own name was the result of an earlier merger of Harper & Brothers (founded in 1817) and Row, Peterson & Company—together with UK publishing company William Collins, Sons (founded in 1819), acquired in 1990.

A former employee said, "HarperCollins is a difficult place to work. Upper management does not allow for creative input or advancement. Co-workers always worked as a team and were very productive. Enjoyed working on books and creating something that was never done before."

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Associate (Former Employee) says

"Management has favorites, culture of toxicity where if you’re favored you get ahead. HR does not help, only on the side of the company. Abusive management.BooksPay far below standards"

Order Filler (Former Employee) says

"Lack of communication between management and employees so discombobulated Not a family oriented place Not enough employees to fulfill needs of customers They treat employees badlyNoneLack of staff treat employees badly"

General Operative (Former Employee) says

"That’s the most discriminating place to work in that I ever experienced. Management is not helpful, if you have a problem you have to solve it yourself. They only appreciate Scottish people and boot-lickers. Co-workers are unfriendly, not helpful and jealous. That’s the worst place I’ve ever worked in. I will never recommend this job to anybody!!!!NoneEverything"

Produtor Editorial (Former Employee) says

"A competência não conta, mas sim os apadrinhamentos."

Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) says

"There is minimal to no training. They lie about how much work there is you will be extremely bored. My advice do not apply or even waste your time !!!Decent work hours and nice employeesNo training, very boring, no advancement options"

Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) says

"The days were fast, when the call volumes were high. Worked well with other CSRs. Learned of various Romance styles and genres. Also was able to learn about warehouse supportDecline in paperback Romance readers"

Assistant Manager, Corporate Services (Former Employee) says

"Low pay. Very low morale within the company. Communication is needed as employees are in the dark about many things."

Director of Manufacturing / Harper Trade and (Former Employee) says

"Difficult place to work. Upper management does not allow for creative input or advancement. Co-workers always worked as a team and were very productive. Enjoyed working on books and creating something that was never done before."

Sales Representative (Current Employee) says

"Unprofessional management Not enough training for new staff Don't listen until it's too late No progression Contradictory Awful commission Rubbish cars"

Contract Soft Services Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"Not a good place to work - no work life balance and no good perks. I was a confident person until I started working there with good skills and a degree. Leaving there I felt worthless and have had to take jobs with no prospects to make ends meet.nonelong hours and no recognition"

Assistant Publicist, Harper Imprint (Former Employee) says

"Great experience to work as someone's assistant, learning much about administrative office tasks as a first job out of college; but the "career" itself goes nowhere. Publishing is a dying industry and many of the institutions involved in the publicity campaigns are antiquated methods of PR."

Manager (Current Employee) says

"Moving to an open plan office has created certain challenges for the departments that are not in the creative side of the business. There are a lot of disruptions during the work day that adversely affect the work flow. In my department, specifically, there's also a very negative environment created by "cliques" and led by management. The director, instead of leading the department, focuses on minor things irrelevant to the work being done by the managers. The director has been instrumental in creating a "high school" type of environment by forming cliques with the assistants, while alienating the managers and undermining their roles at every opportunity. On a positive note, the managers do work very well with each other for the most part and independently, which contributes to the continuous success of the department. The most enjoyable part of the job, and the only perk offered: half-day FridaysHalf-day FridaysHigh School mentality/behavior"

Cusomter Service (Former Employee) says

"Very good working environment, all the staff very helpful and fun to work with.At a management level, there is a serious lack of communication, no loyalty to staff and no support provided during busy, stressful times.The job itself was great, very varied due to being on the phone and dealing with emails.Hardest part of the job was dealing with a slow in-house computer system along with having to deal continually with irate customers due to the system messing up orders and a lack of staff training. No benefits, very poor rate of pay for the work that was involved. No progression offered within the company.friendly colleaguespoor management"

Advertising and Promotions Art director (Former Employee) says

"I really never even thought about leaving. I started in 1994 and was laid off in 1997. I loved Harper. I loved the people and the projects. I worked 24 7 because I wanted to, not because I had to. It was the best years of my life. Then new upper management came in and washed me out. I still miss the place. I still treasure the projects I accomplished."

Stock Replenishment Associate (Former Employee) says

"working here was not pleasant due to the management. Each night there was a targets set but they were often unachievable due to many problems occurring such as broken scanning devices, having to change devices batteries, devices losing connection and having to be restarted and waiting on bigger pallets.short hoursstress"

Electronic Text Management Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Worked with some of the best people here but never felt appreciated by higher ups. Laid off my entire department and said "we were welcome to reapply for our jobs", but then gave them to cheaper entry levels."

AUTHOR (Current Employee) says

"Don't expect much help. Editors take forever to get back to you. You have no say in marketing. You have to self market with little to no guidance......"

Traductrice indépendante (Current Employee) says

"l'avantage de cette collaboration est de permettre l'équilibre souhaité entre vie professionnelle et vie privée. L'intérêt du travail est de pouvoir s'adonner au plaisir des mots, quand l'on a ce goût. D'autre part, compte tenu de la nécessité de s'adapter au lectorat français, il n'est pas demandé de coller au plus près à la version originale. ( je suis d'ailleurs rémunérée en droits d'auteur).libertéla rétribution (faiblesse des droits d'auteur) un smig !"

Reprint Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Very bad managament, a lot of gossiping and not professionally guided employees. I do NOT recommend this company to anyone.benefits, paybad management"

UK National & Export Manager (Former Employee) says

"Harper Collins are a market leader in publishing. Staff base stretched uk wide and overseas. There was a strive and a desire to be competitive and maintain position as a leading publisher in the uk.Competative in marketLong hours"

Daniel Yates says

"Ordered a copy of the anniversary edition of Lord of the Rings. It was very poorly packaged and had received significant damage in transit. They refused to accept any responsibility and refused to replace the book. They only offered a refund if I returned the book at my own expense."

Suelen says

"HarperCollins have an really bad costume service. I talked with 3 lady’s over the phone and all the three was so rude with me.
Don’t sign anything from them if you don’t wanna have problems in the future calling their awful customer service.
They charged me for a subscription that I didn’t authorized and when I called asking for refund I had I really hard time with them on the phone. It’s already been more then a month and I didn’t received the refund yet.
Everyone that I spoke to on the phone was rude in every word and they don’t care about you. Just an advice"

tim says

"Bought an EBOOK this morning at store.faithgateway.com

I was then Instructed that I HAD TO Create an "Online account" JUST TO READ IT at another website = "glose.com" which I did, I WAS NOT HAPPY TO HAVE YET ANOTHER "DAMN APP" just to READ AN EBOOK ??? but? OK ???

I get through THAT HASSLE = Then, I open the BOOK ONLINE & IT'S IN JIBBERISH !!! Completely UNREADABLE ??

SO I GO TO THE APPLE Store (online) where I SHOULD HAVE GONE FIRST I NOW REALIZE & I BUY THE SAME G-DAMN Book form the SAME G-Dam Publisher ??

EXCEPT for this time it works GREAT ?? GO FIGURE !!!

SO I send an Email ASKING FOR A REFUND OF THE 2X COPY ?? & I am told NO ?? NO REFUNDS >> HOW ABOUT FO RA EBOOK I CANNOT ACCESS = SCREWED OVER NICELY !!!

WOW !! OK, ENJOY TE $7.99 IN YOUR PLATE THIS WEEK - LAST TIME I EVER BUY A HARPER COLLINS OR faithgateway.com !!!

& special Thanks to ANGIE.L for Your LACK OF HELP ( Harper Collins Publishing ) !!!"

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