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it was a nice play to work, but things are changing

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Current Employee - Consultant  in  San Francisco, CA
Current Employee - Consultant in San Francisco, CA

I have been working at The Nielsen Company

Pros

The location is very nice and the work was good.

Cons

New management from Nielsen has taken all the fun out of the place.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Lighten up a bit. New management is very mean spirited.

No opinion of CEO

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    Account Management

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    Current Employee - Account Management  in  New York, NY
    Current Employee - Account Management in New York, NY

    I have been working at The Nielsen Company

    Pros

    Employees have the ability to learn numerous pieces of software inside and outside of their department. The large team dynamics within a department functions as a teaching, learning, and support system for other employees. Employees also have the ability to get involved in the restructuring, and the design of new and existing pieces of software.

    Cons

    The annual salary and bonuses are not reflective of employees work load and responsibilities.

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    None

    No opinion of CEO
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    Great for Temp/Part-time work. Full time/Career opportunities limited.

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    Former Employee - Research Interviewer - Part-time  in  Dunedin, FL
    Former Employee - Research Interviewer - Part-time in Dunedin, FL

    I worked at The Nielsen Company

    Pros

    Similar to a temp job. Can work up to 60 hours during peak times. Pretty straight-forward routine daily. Great for those who want to work a 4-6 week periods with lulls in between. Mainly a place for retirees and folks who want to work part-time or seasonally.

    Cons

    Like any call center job it is very repetitive. More so than customer service since you're reading a script call after call. During down times a severe lack of hours. Promotions and full-time positions are hard to come by.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    A more definite career ladder and individual attention. Be more pro-active in seeking out talent for promotion and training opportunities.

    No opinion of CEO
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