- 5.0Feb 25, 2021
A great place to start your careerProject ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearRoseville, CA
amazing team, smart, motivated, appreciate the effort in fostering team work. Some interesting projects, others felt more transactional. Nice perks-team lunches, periodic bonuses, competitive compensation for the job and area.
extremely fast paced, sometimes high pressure and other times lulls.
- 5.0May 22, 2020Project ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearRoseville, CA
Exposure to many industries from video games, tech, healthcare, manufacturing. it's a good place to start your career to get a decent footing on various aspects of market research, consulting, UX, product development. Flexible hours Able to work remotely as needed
Very fast turn around, deliverables and expectations from lcients. Unless you have a government or non profit project, for profit corporations especially in the tech space think people are waiting by their mobile phones and emails for market research studies. Also we had to weed out people who tried to manipulate the market research industry so there are a lot of quality assurance standards that had to be followed to vet participants. Some people want an easy job where they don't necessarily have to think.
- 5.0Jan 9, 2018ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsRoseville, CA
Rewarding, fast paced, engaging work. Exposure to a broad range of topics and job functions. Constant learning, growth and development. Supportive internal teams and management. Clients love the high calibre of thinking our team delivers and our strategic partnership- its nice to work somewhere where you can be proud of your work. I personally love the challenging work, problem solving and strategic thinking, but acknowledge it's hard work at times!
I've seen people leave because the pace is too fast, or because management is particular about how final work is delivered. Attention to details, and a thirst to grow and learn are necessary. Average project runs 2-4 weeks. As a manager it can be challenging to constantly switch gears when managing multiple projects simultaneously, but its not a constant- there is definitely seasonality to the work. No formal training, and learning as you go can also be challenging for new team members. Also healthcare is not offered