Wowcher Content Writer Reviews

Updated Feb 17, 2020

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  1. 3.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Good starting point for your career

    Feb 17, 2020 - Content Writer in London, England, England
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    Calm, safe, professional environment.


    Career development limited in the content side of the business.

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  2. 3.0
    Former Employee, more than 1 year

    It's not right, but it's okay

    Apr 7, 2019 - Content Writer in London, England, England
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    - Working in Content, you get to write for a wide variety of brands and your work is seen by a huge subscriber base -With the breadth and variety of content on-site, you definitely develop as a writer and editor - Great culture for recent graduates - In the 2+ years I was with Wowcher, I never had to work late or past my contracted hours -Breakfast on a Friday and regular team socials


    - The role can become quite repetitive. The Content team work to daily deadlines, which means day-to-day there isn't much space to take on other projects. -Besides learning to use the CMS, there is no additional training. Your skills aren't nurtured and you won't be expected to learn anything new. -Internally hired managers aren't always given the right support. In some cases, they're expected to manage big teams without being given the training to do so. -Progression is possible, but at times it feels like a waiting game until a more senior member leaves so that you can move up -The CMS is outdated and difficult to use – it kind of looks like a 1992 version of Microsoft Word (please Google for reference). Because of this, it also isn't possible to work from home #Why #Its2019People -(For some bizarre reason) Content are the port of call for every area of the businuss and blamed for anything that might go wrong (did somebody say codes?) -The CEO won't recognise your existence until the day of Black Friday. That's when you'll find him storming around the office like Lord Voldermort, ordering you to change the site in ways that literally aren't possible - the limescale in the kettles – I honestly can't even

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