Reis
2.8 of 5 17 reviews
www.reis.com New York, NY 150 to 499 Employees

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It's an OK job, and a temporary one, for many employees

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
New York, NY

ProsCo-workers, all very friendly and helpful. It's easy to form bonds with poeple there.

ConsThe pay is not good, and the only way you can really get a pay increase (if you start off at the borttom) is by getting a promotion; which entry-level employees have to fight for. There are maybe 50 entry-level associates and maybe one promotion a month that opens up -- how does upper management even choose? There's no legitimate system of rotation or advancement, which is disapointing. It's a better place to grow with as a career if you are getting a job there as a manager, sales rep, analyst, etc,..the entry-level associates there though are under-paid and over-worked. They have a horribly mundane work load, with unrealistic goals that are pushed, to the point where associates feel burned out and quit.

Advice to Senior ManagementProvide better career paths for employees / a better system of rotation. Let go of lazy managers. Set more realistic goals. Stop burning out your entry-level employees. They are humans, not robots.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Reis is overall a good place to work but pay is sub-par.

    Employee (Current Employee)
    New York, NY

    I have been working at Reis


    Pros: Pluses include your co-workers, the flexibility in your work hours, mostly good managers. The ability to transition… Cons: The senior management is falling behind the competition which can make outside-facing roles increasingly challenging (e.g. sales). Overall management can be… Advice to Senior Management: Do away with tenured senior people. If someone isn't doing there job, let them go. Either promote from within or get someone new… More
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    Limited growth

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    I have been working at Reis full-time


    Pros: The people are very nice, the office location is amazing. Cons: The work becomes mind numbing and its not challenging. There is a very limited possibility of growth, this is a very small… Advice to Senior Management: Stop being cheap with the bonuses everybody works very hard… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company… More
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