Ipsos – New York, NY
Major client initiatives; major strategic research in major country or cross-country, cross WSBL strategic initiatives.Partner with CCDs/GADs and… Ivy Exec
Ipsos – Cincinnati, OH
Develop and manage successful client relationships to drive business results through understanding client research needs and proposing qualitative… Ivy Exec
Ipsos – New York, NY +2 locations
Help respond to RFPs that have digital requirementsDesign digital ad research studies for major advertisers Coach the research team in analytical and… Ivy Exec
Ipsos – Culver City, CA
Understand and address business needs/issues of clientsMaintain and strengthen client relationships through exceptional service and… Ivy Exec
Ipsos – Los Angeles, CA
Strong background in research design (evaluating a problem and developing methods to address the problem via a combination of technical knowledge and… Ivy Exec
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Ipsos full-time (less than an year)Pros
The resume would feature a big research company, and you'll have an opportunity of working with world's most popular companies and brands. But, that's about it.Cons
No work-life balance.
Too much restructuring and moving people around.
No sense of community in the organization. People in one office won't even know the names of all working around them. Very impersonal.
Too much of time spent in checking work produced by others, and other aesthetics of client deliverables.
I found myself too often filling-in on projects that I was not managing, because of lack of resources on other teams. This just showed poor planning and management of projects.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Be sensitive to the fact that employees have a life beyond work. There may be personal commitments that people, especially those with families, may have.
Have some system of providing feedback on your managers/supervisors for their commitment to nurturing a team.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO