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Chris C. Anderson-The culture of The Huffington Post

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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--105142 2012年11月14日 (三) 00:26 (UTC)

Many people work in a nervous environment in Hong Kong, it will affect their working performance. In contrast, many foreign companies provide a free environment for their staff. Therefore, many people admire the foreign companies’ culture. Chris C. Anderson is an Editor at The Huffington Post, where he has worked for over a year and a half. He knew the environment of The Huffington Post. He though the culture of Huffington Post was good.

Prefer The Huffington Post

In his point of view, the culture of the Huffington Post is able to let them who they are and what they do. This is free for them. They have the freedom to express their ideas and opinions. Chris pointed out that the news environment is a big part of it. He has worked in different environment. He made a conclusion that The Huffington Post’s environment was better. Personally speaking, he said that preferred the The Huffington Post way on doing things.

High level communication

Chris explained that why he though the all staff having a close relationship. For example, the managing editor may be sited next to him, the intern next to him. This was a usual situation in The Huffington Post. Thus, he said they had high level of communication with each other. Even though online, they communicate in person daily.

A room for rest

Also, the company offered a place for them to rest. Chris said somebody had a lot of work to do, they will stay at night. The company provided a big convenience for the staff.
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