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SAGE Publishing Overview

Thousand Oaks, CA (US)
501 to 1000 employees
1965
Company - Private
Publishing
₹10 to ₹50 billion (INR) per year
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Millions of people around the world turn to SAGE’s journals, books and electronic products to inform their studies with the latest research findings. With offices spanning six continents, SAGE Publications aims to be the world’s leading independent academic ... Read more

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    Good Culture, fair practices, Good paymaster at mid-level, Employee friendly work environment and benefits

    Cons

    Career growth is slow, salary is low at entry level

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SAGE Publishing Interviews

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    Production Editor Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at SAGE Publishing (New Delhi) in August 2019.

    Interview

    The interview process consists of a phone screening by HR, online test, followed by 2 interviews.

    At first I mistook the HR's weird rudeness to be "professionalism", but I was wrong. She forgot about pre-arrranged phone screening interview completely (had to be reminded) and walked into the office half an hour later than the scheduled time of the interview (her email asked for me to be on time in bold and yellow highlight; lol).

    The interview left a bad aftertaste on me. The hiring manager looked unprepared and no insightful questions were asked. He did not even bother to introduce himself, neither did the HR tell me who he was (even when I asked her!). I felt that the whole environment at the company seemed gloomy and uninspiring (maybe I was there on the wrong day?).

    I was told after the interview that they'd get back to me in 2-3 days, but that did not happen until I followed up 2 weeks later. They had lost my interest during the interview itself and I wasn't offered the job anyway. I still emailed her back asking if the hiring manager had any feedback for me--but she did not even bother to respond.

    I think I dodged a bullet here.

    Interview Questions

    • Nothing out of the ordinary. Simple things like tell me about yourself, discussion of work history, etc.   Answer Question
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