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12 days ago

IT Software Testing Analyst

Pearson VUE Menlo Park, CA

At Pearson , were committed to a world thats always learning and to our talented team who makes it all possible. From bringing lectures vividly to… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Software Engineer (Architect)

Pearson VUE Menlo Park, CA

At Pearson , were committed to a world thats always learning and to our talented team who makes it all possible. From bringing lectures vividly to… Glassdoor


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    Abusive Untrained Managers Run Wild Running Educational Sweatshop!

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Pearson

    Pros

    The working conditions are very nice. There are ample offices and the working environment is peaceful. My collegues were extremely passionate about their work. The best part was the 7 hour working days and in the summer they give 1/2 day summer Fridays (although some bosses won't let you take them eventhough it is company policy).

    Cons

    Management has absolutely no training or professional experience in managing and supervising. They are allowed to treat their employees with abhorrent behavior. There is so much backstabbing and stupid office politics amoungst teams that it is hard to get your work done. The mental and verbal abuse is unethical, immoral and illegal. The workload's are ridiculous they say you only work 7 hours, but they guilt you into working 10 hours a day and many weekends. Department's lack plans for career advancement and professional growth- so you will get to a certain level and that is as far as you go. The pay is EXTREMELY low- especially for the fact that there is little to no career advancement opportunities, overload of work and the unending abuse you take on a daily basis- if your not getting yelled at or mistreated, your work load is so overbearing you want to jump off a bridge! Also, they do not give you the tools necessary succeed in your job- you are set-up for failure as soon as you walk in the door.

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    GET SOME TRAINING! Learn how to be an effective manager and learn how to arm your employees for success!

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