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30+ days ago

Graduate Client Manager Scheme - September

Nielsen Oxfordshire +2 locations

Diversity is key to our success in providing clients with information they need to succeed. We encourage creativity, fresh thinking and a blend of… Reed.co.uk


7 days ago

Innovation Research Manager

The Nielsen Company Headington, England

To develop and manage ACNielsen BASES business and client relationships by designing, selling, executing, and presenting market research studies to… The Nielsen Company


30+ days ago

Human Resources and Talent Acquisition

Nielsen Oxford, England

that include: - Providing administrative support to the work of these teams - Managing project work as required and assisting in the coordination of… Glassdoor


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    Former Employee - Client Manager in Oxford, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Client Manager in Oxford, England (UK)

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    Pros

    Build great relationships, big multi national clients, if you're lucky you get a good supportive team, flexible on working from home (depends on your manager)

    Cons

    Rewards the ones that shout the loudest, always rewarding the same people seems to be based on popularity, HR is just ridiculous and almost non existent, departments in silos, very poor recognition in terms of bonus, very reliant on what your manager thinks of you in order to get promoted or rewarded, senior management hardly bothers to know who you are.

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    Get about the office and take time to know the people who have to do the work. Focus on not only new wins to grow, but celebrate those who have to fight to keep clients consistently happy. Reward and promote the hardworking because they deserve it, not because there is a gap in the team. Management needs to show more appreciation.

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