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How are the working hours?


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Nice working experience with Pearson


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Flexible hours, but that also means the company has flexibility with your hours. Usually 50+ hours/week. In IT, you always have to call or go to the office in the evenings and weekends to work with overseas counterparts or just local. Because IT work is always off hours on top of your regular day, you are expected to work all of the overtime without pay. One comp day does not pay the bills or make up lost time with the family.

Answered - IT Project Manager (Former Employee) - Iowa City, IA

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Fine, although often more than the standard work week as fewer and fewer people have to do more and more.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Hoboken, NJ

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Grueling during the spring and summer. We were instructed that we shouldn't make any vacation plans during the spring or summer without at least a month's notice.

Answered - Assessment Specialist - Mathematics (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Great. Hours are very flexible but more based on individual management.

Answered - Operations Management/Sales Support (Current Employee) - Boston, MA

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Great, no problems with schedule. Weekends worked are decided late on Thursday so if you have plans you'll have an issue . Sometimes project managers don't have any contingency plans if something goes wrong.on their project which then requires Supervisors and associates to work evenings, Saturdays & Sundays

Answered - HR Site Admin., A &I Division (Former Employee) - Westerville, OH

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This place is no longer there. The hours were ok.

Answered - Customer Service (Former Employee) - Lebanon, IN

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Flexible to a degree, but it's a hard work life balance. Expect to be on-call during key times, which can be hard to balance at times.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - United States

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