Pros: encourage healthy habbits by giving free fruits, promiting walking
Cons: claim salary is average to competition, when it is actually well below. bonuses are also below average, no room for growth.
I worked as temp for Pearson for a year, hoping it would be a foot in the door. It was not. So goes for the people who have been there for years, they see no career advancement. On top, there is a hiring freeze which helps Pearson stay outdated, refusing to move into the 21st century.
Granted, I did learn the ins and outs of textbook publishing and – more... my coworkers were great, but moral is extremely low because of the outdated practices and lack of upward mobility. – less