TransPerfect Reviews

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TransPerfect Co-CEO Elizabeth Elting
Elizabeth Elting
40 Ratings
  • Great Place if You're OK Being a Bit of a Punching Bag

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    Former Employee - Implementation Manager in Corvallis, OR
    Former Employee - Implementation Manager in Corvallis, OR
    Neutral Outlook
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    Self-driven career goals and support from the company. Very welcoming environment.


    Long hours, production often doesn't hold up their end of a timeline and customer service ends up getting reamed for it.

    Advice to Management

    Give more accurate turnaround times and don't promise clients the moon if it's not able to be delivered.

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    Account Manager/Executive Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Atlanta, GA
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    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at TransPerfect (Atlanta, GA).


    I was referred at a corporate function, by someone who works there, and urged to apply. It's three interviews, the last being with the director. NB: There is NO diversity in the Atlanta office. My interviews are going glowingly well; However, at some point with the Director (final interview) I realize there was an awkward hesitance but no clear work-competency question was posed. I humbly inquired as to what reservations could be had about my competency and got pried about my relatively "hard" undergrad degrees. I was then asked about my prospective job satisfaction and told about the position, again. It was reiterated to me that entertaining clients would be a thing, which went without saying, but it was clear something was being left out. Seeing as my experience, smarts, multiculturalism & ability to speak three languages, personality, and credentials were lauded with the FOUR previous people - this struck me as odd. Asking if I can keep a client entertained over and over, in slightly different ways, if I was ready to work late or overtime? Strange. As a clearly unwed, non-parenting, single transplant in a new city, what else would I do when you know I live 5mins away from here? I'm about the same age as a lot of the reps or young staff I saw on my way in, but I gathered that this is a immediately post-undergrad, college recruiting company and they pay like it. Caucasian, Blonde/dirty Blonde-Brunette hair and female - which the entire floor looked like, is their preference.

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TransPerfect Awards & Accolades

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Hire Power Award , Inc. Magazine, 2013
Top 25 Women-Owned Companies , Crain's New York Business, 2013
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Headquarters New York, NY
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1992
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

When you work for a small company, you get to interact with the owners, have a say. Often when a small company gets big, you have less of a voice—owners become distant or there’s too much red tape. We offer the best of both: the resources and financial stability of a big company, with the personal interaction, visibility, and autonomy of a smaller outfit. How often do you find ... More

Mission: TransPerfect strives to provide the highest quality language solutions by employing the most skilled, dedicated, and enthusiastic professionals from around the world. Founded on the principle of great service, we are dedicated to ensuring that our clients can communicate and conduct business more effectively in a global environment. It is our mission to be the world's leading language solutions provider by continually exceeding the expectations of our clients, employees, and suppliers.

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