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The Srbi Experience
Field Interviewer for Research and Strategy (Current Employee), NyMay 20, 2014
My experience for this company is very simple, I count passengers that get on and off the train and I also distribute surveys on my westbound trips.
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Flexible Hours & Actively Training
Research Interviewer (Former Employee), Fort Myers, FlFebruary 19, 2014
Typical day at work: calling a pool of numbers to do surveys, training on new surveys.
What you learned: learned a lot about the different surveys and how to maintain people on the phone. Learned about all the governmental health surveys.
Hardest part of job: Rude people as well as maintaining them on the phone to complete the survey.
Most enjoyable – more... part of the job: for instance when you are leading in the amount of surveys completed. – less
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good working invioment
Market Resource Associate (Former Employee), Huntington, WVJanuary 21, 2014
good working inviroment, interesting opinions of others, great co-workers
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Convinient
Research Associate (Former Employee), New York, NYSeptember 5, 2013
Pros: flexible and convinient work schedule
Cons: part time
Quite and interesting
developed good communication skills
Good management

sometimes difficult to talk with people
completing planned tasks
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Great organization.
Field Interviewer (Current Employee), MichiganAugust 22, 2013
Pros: the training is thorough, and provided in really nice venues. the opportunity to travel is a plus.
Cons: the contracted projects are temporary. there are down times when there is no work.
The leaders are positive, encouraging, willing to go out of their way to make sure you succeed, and don't mind helping you further your career, even if it's with another company.
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Great company to work with / for
Field Research Interviewer (Current Employee), Boston, MAJuly 19, 2013
Pros: work from home scheduling
Cons: project based so the job is over once the project ends, there are unpaid gaps in projects while data is being compiled/reviewd and revisions are being made
They are the best social science research to work with because of their attention to detail and the freedom, flexibility and empowerment they give their employees to do their best. They pay well, they manage well and they plan well.
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Best company I've worked for.
Shift Coordinator (Former Employee), West Long Branch, NJMay 1, 2013
Pros: fun work environment. excellent supervisory staff
Cons: short breaks, hours fluctuate for phone interviewers.
If you enjoy talking to people and are looking for supplementary income this is a decent job. At the interview level, (part-time) you pick your own schedule and HR department is rather lenient about changing your schedule. From a supervisory standpoint, the supervisors are one big family. Every day the shift supervisor briefs the subordinate managers – more... as well as the phone associates as to what the evening's objectives are. Training is excellent overall, break room leaves a bit to be desired however. – less
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Good job for someone in need of choosing their own sched
Part-time Telephone Research Analyst (Former Employee), Hadley, MAMarch 27, 2013
Pros: flexible schedule, independent environment, no pressure of higher management breathing over your shoulder and friendly environment.
Cons: dont expect to get full time hours its extremely rare that they will have an opening, no room for advancement
I liked working there at the time because I needed something flexible with being a new mom. I got to choose my own hours, and the pay was a little more than minimum wage. The environment was friendly and very laid back, but they didnt slack on making sure things ran smoothly and professionally. As for advancement, there isn't any. Breaks and lunches – more... were the usual obviously depending how many hours you were scheduled for. – less
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Productive
Research Interviewer (Former Employee), Fort Myers, FLAugust 11, 2012
Pros: sitting down at desk
Cons: :)
Made new friends
Conducted myself in a professional manner via telephone
Fun co workers
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nice place
Data Analyst (Former Employee), New York, NYApril 17, 2012
it was easy to survey people hardest part was tarveling to jersey early morning