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Perception Research Services Teaneck, NJ

Perception Research Services (PRS), founded in 1972, is a global leader in marketing communications research. Our primary focus is Packaging and… Glassdoor


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Quantitative Research

Perception Research Services Teaneck, NJ +2 locations

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    Poor management, No open lines of communicate

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Analytical  in  Teaneck, NJ
    Current Employee - Analytical in Teaneck, NJ

    I have been working at Perception Research Services full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Occasional work from home
    Good 401k benefit
    Bagels on Fridays
    Coffee Machine
    Interesting research
    That's about! Other then what's mentioned above

    Cons

    Where to begin?? 20 words impossible? Well here it is... Over worked and underpaid! In order to get an type of promotion you are expected to work and function in that role for a long period of time before you can be considered. Essentially you work at a higher level with more responsibility for minimal pay.

    Upper management doesn't care about what's going on, their solution to the problem is to hire new people, but why not focus in helping those who are right in front of you? The moral of those of us still here is dragging in the dirt. Nobody acknowledge your hard work. Putting bandaids on the problem isn't making them go away.

    Just recently the president of the company had a meeting to tell us that most if not all of the changes needed to happen as it was the best decision for the "business" financially. It's understandable the we are in the business of customer service but when do you start to also consider your employees?

    They bought in a software that eliminated 2 whole departments putting more work on the analytical teams. We are not only expected to analysis data and report but are also required to be survey programmers and data processor. When you confront management with your concerns all you get is "it will get easier once your comfortable with the program" not a very true statement.

    They implement new processes but offer no training. Talk to HR you say? That department is a void in the company almost nonexistent. HR consist of 3 people (VP, Benefits Coordinator and Recruiter) trying to meet or talk to anyone in HR is a task in itself no one is ever available.

    If you like having meetings after meetings then this is the company for you. We have meeting about a meeting to have another meeting about the meeting we just had and you're still expect you to get your work done after spending over half the day in meeting. Beware and stay away

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Evaluate those running the company. Stop making poor decisions and appreciate your employees (whoever is left) so you don't lose more valuable people.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO