Most unprofessional workplace I have ever experienced.
Telephone Interviewer (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – March 15, 2018
When I began working at NORC the management was fantastic and everyone enjoyed being there. Not long after there was a shift in management, policies changed making it impossible to maintain a decent production rating. Anyone who actually excels in their project has no chance of advancing to a leadership role. Often the interviewers know more about the project than the supervisor in charge of it. In order to save their own skin supervisors will put blame onto interviewers. Any and all leadership that actually does care about the job and the interviewers is unfairly terminated. There are many blatant conflicts of interest that go ignored, interviewers caring for the children of supervisors to have a desirable schedule, members of leadership having relationships, work place accommodations rushed for the significant other of leaderships children. The list of issues just goes on and on, I do not recommend this as a career choice.
Higher pay than average
Hour cap of 28 per week, poor management, high turnover