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National Research Corporation Employer Reviews

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Great for Prom Kings and Cheerleaders
Operations associate (Former Employee), Lincoln, NEOctober 5, 2014
Pros: location, flexible schedule
Cons: "mean girls" environment, no job security, mediocre pay
The only people who fit in at NRC are the popular kids, all grown up. Turnover in all levels is large, and management has no authority to do anything useful. They expect a lot from you with only mediocre compensation. There is always a lot of drama happening, especially among managers and supervisors.
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It was okay just not for long term
Intern (Former Employee), Lincoln, NEJune 17, 2013
Pros: laid back, beer on friday
Cons: don't want to really promote every one
Just did that same things over and over again. Nothing great or bad.
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Fun co-workers, MICRO MANAGERS
Business Development Manager (Current Employee), Lincoln, NEMarch 30, 2013
One of the best atmospheres to work, but the managers do not let you breathe. If you do not mind a ton of meetings that really accomplish nothing and managers who are constantly on you, then this is the place to work.
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Fun Outgoing Work Place
Business Development Manager (Former Employee), Lincoln, NebraskaAugust 15, 2012
Pros: ability to be your own boss, and create your own opportunity
Relaxed atmosphere with great colleagues. A typical work day would consist of prospecting potential clients. Researching current market trends and what is coming down the pipeline. E-mailing contacts, sending out letters of agreements, contracts, and maintaining relationships. Great place to work, with many career paths. Not micromanaged but always – more... had support of managers. Learned a lot about the medical field and where it is going. – less