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28 days ago

Customer Service Specialist

Pearson VUE Warrington, North West England, England

The start date for this vacancy is 24th November 2014 and based in Warrington. Overview Pearson VUE Europe Middle East and Africa (EMEA…

20 days ago

Territory Channel Sales Representative

Pearson VUE Greater Manchester +2 locations

"We believe in equality of opportunity and employ people solely on the basis of their skills and abilities". SUMMARY The Sales Representative is…

30+ days ago

Associate Test Publisher

Pearson India

The ATP (India) is responsible for a range of tasks in the test publishing process. These include building exams, basic exam functionality, pricing… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Program Coordinator

Pearson VUE India

This role is located in Noida and hours of operation will rotate between morning, day, evening and night shifts with the majority of shifts being on… Glassdoor

12 hrs ago

SEO Analyst – new

Pearson Orlando, FL


12 hrs ago

Sr Systems Engineer – new

Pearson Brisbane, CA


12 hrs ago

Manager, Software Engineering – new

Pearson Iowa City, IA


12 hrs ago

SQA Analyst - Customer Care (VUE) – new

Pearson Bloomington, MN


12 hrs ago

Technical Writer – new

Pearson Rancho Cordova, CA


12 hrs ago

Software Quality Assurance Engineer – new

Pearson Brisbane, CA


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180 Ratings

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    Current Employee - District Sales Manager in Noida
    Current Employee - District Sales Manager in Noida

    I have been working at Pearson full-time (more than 3 years)


    The pace is slow and will work well for someone who wants to just 'coast'
    A lot of re-org and leadership level exits - so its easy to just not do anything at all
    Good work life balance
    Decent perks


    With all the re-org - it is just plain chaotic in every business vertical HEd, Publishing, K12, Schools, Tech
    New recruits in place of leaders who left after 'cashing out' look incompetent to fill those shoes - seem to have been hired in haste

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Esp in the 'acquired' business verticals - reorganise or change the 'support' teams, some of these folks are good, but most of them are part of a legacy team that were hired at the 'cheapest' by an entrepreneur who wanted to keep costs very low (when he started out)

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