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Soul Killing, NO respect or appreciation, Bad pay

Graphics Specialist (Former Employee) Los Angeles, CA

ProsYour co-workers will be very smart with strong work-ethics. Not a common experience from my work experience. so...there's that. And it's a huge Pro, imho.

ConsLow pay. LONG hours. TIGHT turnaround. The company expected me to work 7am-3pm without a break- no time avail even to run to the bathroom. I then got home and was expected to log onto the remote server to be avail to work 5pm-midnight. I worked every weekend. Every holiday. I begged for help to alleviate the crushing workload - response was a groan and shaking of heads. When a family member was dying and I asked to work from home (he was not eating full meals, so he needed someone home to feed him every hour or else he starved), I was met with resistance. After the family member died, I was told I was NEARLY FIRED for "making something else more important than LRW" Keep in mind, I was working in a job that had NO potential for promotions, etc. And the CEO announced we would no longer get annual bonuses "because the company needs to tighten purse strings a bit" After I quit, I learned the mangers, field managers, etc continued to get bonuses as high as $10k/year (our bonuses were typically $500/yr). The CEO also asked a co-worker of mine if she thought his daughter would like a jaguar for her 16th birthday. This while telling us graphic specialists the company could not afford to pay living wage to us and could not afford to continue giving us our annual $500 bonuses. But they still demanded we work 70-80hrs/week at intense speed.

Advice to Senior Managementno point. They won't listen nor do they care. The BEST choice I've ever made in my life was quitting.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Good learning experience, but not for everyone

    Senior Research Manager (Current Employee) Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Lieberman Research Worldwide full-time for more than 3 years


    Pros: I started at LRW fresh out of undergrad and it was a good learning experience. You learn a lot about market research and get… Cons: Hours can be long. Experiences and expectations differ (sometimes drastically) between business units. The type of work here isn't for everyone - a lot… Advice to Senior Management: Try to show that you value your junior people more often. I think… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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    1 person found this helpful  

    mixed emotions - plain and simple

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee) Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Lieberman Research Worldwide full-time for less than a year


    Pros: people are nice, young, and energetic. projects can be interesting if you're in a good group. … Cons: some business units work much harder than others. you're forced to work long hours. you don't have laptops.… Advice to Senior Management: give everybody a laptop. Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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