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Updated Feb 6, 2023

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Ipsos Chairman | CEO Didier Truchot | Ben Page
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Ipsos Chairman | CEO Didier Truchot | Ben Page
Didier Truchot | Ben Page
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Pros
  • "The people are great and like a family and will pitch in to help out.(in 316 reviews)
  • "Nice and friendly colleagues(in 160 reviews)
  • "For the most part good culture and people focussed approach(in 99 reviews)
  • "great team and the mentor was really nice since I was new to the industry.(in 89 reviews)
  • "Pays well and has good benefits relative to other research agencies(in 87 reviews)
Cons
  • "Salaries are low and do not compensate properly for the work that is being carried out.(in 238 reviews)
  • "> Low salary pay and low increment(in 173 reviews)
  • "There's no work life balance and the expectation is that you sacrifice yourself for the client.(in 144 reviews)
  • "Poor management and do not promote potential staffs(in 101 reviews)
  • "Long hours which are not really appreciated unless again you're directly in contact with the clients.(in 96 reviews)
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  1. 4.0
    Current Employee, more than 1 year

    Not bad if you in the right line

    Jul 21, 2022 - Research Executive 
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    Pros

    flexible working hour (usually start at 10am)

    Cons

    A lot of OT during reporting period No salary increment

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  2. 3.0
    Former Employee, less than 1 year

    It a good friendly place to work that pays well and has inccentives.

    Jan 27, 2021 - Research Analyst in Blackrock, Dublin
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    Pros

    You can choose your weekly hours. You have the option of doing a 4 hour shift or a 8 hour shift.

    Cons

    Might get less hours one week then another week.

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  4. 2.0
    Former Employee, more than 5 years

    At home supervisor, opportunity to progress

    Dec 13, 2022 - Supervisor 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    I started out as telephone interviewer and was asked to be an Assistant Supervisor during a 2020 lockdown. I progressed to Supervisor within 6 months. The training was haphazard, however. The company could do with better standardised training modules. However, most Team Leaders are friendly and approachable and happy to train you if they have the time. Training and motivating new interviewers was rewarding. This was the bulk of my role as turnover in this market research company is high. Flexible working hours, great for 2nd job or parents with young children.

    Cons

    The pay is low, especially if you live down south. Interviewers start on minimum wage. As a Supervisor, you earn just 50pence more per hour than an interviewer but it comes with more stress. No opportunity to progress further than Supervisor unless you are office based. We are employed as casual workers so no sick pay and very little work in December and January, a time when extra dosh is handy! If you struggle in any role, you are dismissed fairly quickly as training is minimal. It's best to be a natural on the phone doing market research. It's a job that is often a stop gap to a different career. As an interviewer, the role can be monotonous and you can feel like a robot if put on the same survey project for a long period. Pressure to hit the minimum 'strike rate' (completed surveys per hour) is high. You start with very little tools but learn as you go. Office workers get the priority for shifts when there is less work.

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