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Former Employee - Assembly  in  Indianapolis, IN (US)
Former Employee - Assembly in Indianapolis, IN (US)

Pros

In about a month of working at Pearson I began training to be promoted to line leader. They really appreciate hard work and they reward it!

Cons

I was let go after a month because of a policy enforced by HR dept. My managers all had a meeting with HR to keep me on my job but HR wouldn't budge.

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I feel that the managers and higher ups should have say in which employees remain with company despite a minor attendance policy issue. If the managers are fighting to keep an employee and are trying to promote that employee then let them use their discretion to make the right decision. Besides that I have nothing to say bad about this company because it is an awesome company that does a lot for its workers. Once an individual is hired on full-time the benefits are great and all of that so I hope they keep doing what they are doing and never change the integrity of the company by getting money hungry or downplaying those who've been through it with them!

Recommends
Positive Outlook
No opinion of CEO

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    Pearson Diversity Summer Internship Programme

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Summer Diversity Intern  in  London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Summer Diversity Intern in London, England (UK)

    Pros

    This is a 8 week scheme (12 weeks if you are applying for the Journalism stream) which allows to you to gain insight into one aspect of the business, whether it in marketing, corporate communications or accounting. Interns are allocated a place in the FT, Pearson International or Penguin

    Cons

    Not many, as I really enjoyed my time there. One con is that you have to actively seek long-term employment with them, which is difficult as you only have 8 weeks there to prove yourself.
    I am also not sure where interns would be allocated a Penguin internship now that they are merging with Random House.

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO
  2.  

    Great company, forward vision, hard workers

    Current Employee - Sales Representative  in  Upper Saddle River, NJ (US)
    Current Employee - Sales Representative in Upper Saddle River, NJ (US)

    Pros

    Stable, international, diverse, supportive and driven management, great benefits, decent salary, respectible company, summers are sort of slower paced

    Cons

    Heavy work load, tough education economy and landscape, higher salary needed for stress level and long hours required,

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