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12 days ago

Project Manager

Research Now Plano, TX

• Maintain full project ownership in delivering (but not limited to) low to mid-complexity custom market research projects with a project duration… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Project Manager - Portuguese Speaking

Research Now Plano, TX

• Maintain full project ownership in delivering (but not limited to) low to mid-complexity custom market research projects with a project duration… Glassdoor


25 days ago

Senior Project Manager

Research Now New Delhi

Research Now is one of the fastest growing players in the market research industry as one of the specialists in online market research. We pride… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Project Manager (Mobile)

Research Now London, England

The role is based in our Mobile team. Working on some really interesting… Glassdoor


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Research Now President & CEO Kurt Knapton
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    Great experience at first... but time to hop off the hamster wheel

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    I worked at Research Now full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Great people to work with, Industry leader, good products and services, great CEO, good culture and values

    Cons

    Heavy workload, not enough bandwidth provided by managers overseeing their teams in order to cover projects and workload within reasonable turnaround time to meet/exceed expectations, poor work/life balance and late hours. Lack of professional development; mid-managers don’t equip their teams to grow & flourish for successful career advancement. Exciting environment once you first come onboard but then quickly gets a real sense of ‘hamster wheel spinning’ with busy, mundane repetitive day-to-day tasks in a corporate dead-end environment. And mostly, there is a real lack of passion and purpose with what you’re working for in the big picture; we’re spamming people’s inboxes with surveys everyday for a living… how inspiring.

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