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TransPerfect Co-CEO Elizabeth Elting
Elizabeth Elting
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  1. 3 people found this helpful  

    Exploit new graduates, but good learning experience

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    Former Employee - Project Coordinator  in  New York, NY
    Former Employee - Project Coordinator in New York, NY

    I worked at TransPerfect full-time for less than a year


    Young colleagues, convenient location, nice rec room (although no one has time to use it), entry-level and easy to get hired, good first job to learn from (super fast-paced environment). Not too hard to get promoted after 1 year review, if you can last that long. Good rewards for the top PMs


    A ton of work and not enough people, many deadlines and details to pay attention to. One mistake can have quality repercussions. Low starting salary, no overtime. Disconnect between sales and productions (clients make revisions during a project, which we are then expected to accommodate. Some are reasonable, others are not, which puts more work in the project coordinators). A lot of things that we can't control, ie late linguists, mid-project client requests, quality of translations etc). Every day is super busy and unpredictable. Oftentimes barely have time to use the bathroom or go buy lunch. Expect to work an average of 10 straight hrs a day--taking lunch break is pretty rare. When I first read the other Glassdoor reviews, I thought "It can't be that bad!" -- it was that bad. I don't regret this as a first job, but definitely long term.

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    Hire more PMs. Turnover is really high, and employees don't feel valued.

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