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I'd work there again
Operations team (Former Employee), London, ENGApril 2, 2014
Pros: nice people
Cons: poor work-life balance for operations staff - culture is different for dp/sp/sales
Nice people. It's a large company trying to maintain the vibe/energy of a small-medium company. It's quite a young company, with most staff in their mid 20s-mid-30s.

I would work there again if the right opportunity came up.
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Productive and exciting environment.
Project Manager (Current Employee), Plano, TXDecember 5, 2013
Pros: excellent benefits, great balance of work-personal life, family environment, team emphasis, excellent communication from all areas of the company including upper level management, annual bonuses
Cons: setting client expectations from the sales side
Research Now is a fantastic market research company which treats their employees extremely well. I feel as if I am being heard by management if anything is needed and my ideas are always taken into account of any company developments.
This company has a work hard, play hard work environment. Research Now strives to bring on hard working and efficient – more... employees who also enjoy having fun at the same time.
I absolutely love working with my co-workers. There is a large emphasis on teamwork and everyone is willing to help out when needed. There is a sens of family at Research Now and great friendships. – less
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Innovative Organization
Project Manager (Current Employee), Plano, TXOctober 9, 2013
This organization has been very innovative to gain its current market share. The group of people who work there are dedicated and committed and enjoy each other.
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A shadow of what is used to be
Sales Support Executive (Current Employee), PlanoAugust 3, 2013
Pros: work from home; flexible schedule
Cons: pay and promotion potential are negligible; management regards people as chess pieces
When I started here this was a great place to work, but over the past 2 years something has changed. When I started going to work every day was fun, everyone was casual and always willing to help. Then a year passed, and things started to go sour. Employee morale started dropping, and turnover became more prevalent. The odd part is, the management doesn't – more... even seem to care. The entry level positions are treated more like interchangeable parts, and have constant turnover. If you want to stick with the company expect to do plenty of politicking in order to get upper management to even consider promoting you. The best part, most of them can't even tell you the official HR policies. I was told at one point you couldn't get a raise without a title change! (Funny part is, that wasn't true) Too bad it hosed me from getting a raise until I had been with them 2 years, and what was given was anything but generous. Expect them to fiddle with numbers to give you the least amount of compensation possible, and if you bring it up to them they'll simply say "find something else then". – less
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Project Manager (Current Employee), Plano, TXApril 17, 2013
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