I enjoyed the work environment and going to work every day. It was fun to be a manager and to know that my co-workers felt that I was really dependable. My supervisors were helpful when I needed them and they always trusted me with new tasks.
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Mayfield, KY – March 7, 2016
I was constantly called off from this job. I originally only have 20 hours scheduled a week as I was part time, but most of the time would only get to work about 6 hours, if that. Sometime I would show up for a shift and they would tell me to go home, I wouldn't even get an hour in.
Interviewer/Surveyor (Former Employee) – Henderson, KY – October 23, 2015
I liked this job because I could talk to people over the phone and get their opinions about products and services. I would enjoy hearing the stories and concerns that they had. I liked the fact that I could use a computer all day, but sitting was not always my favorite. It was a fun job while it lasted.
Talking to strangers about their opinions on products and services.
Assistant Supervisor, Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mayfield, KY – June 27, 2014
Great job for a college student. Some opportunity to move into lo-level management. Co-workers are a lively, diverse group to say the least. The hardest part of supervising had to be keeping the odd mix of employees productive. The most enjoyable part of the job was management, they were great and really care about their employees.
Good job for someone to make a little money in a little amount of time
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Mayfield,ky – March 7, 2014
You get 8$ which is pretty good but taxes take he lot out if your paycheck, more than I have ever seen. You can get fired for really sikky reasons. I.e they make something up, going to the bathroom, talking to others. Etc. It is super boring and you never know what the hours are going to be. There was once a woman who had 4 hours on a two week paycheck. She was available round the clock. It's not a good job if you need to pay bills. Overall bad job
with this job you can be fired for anything you do, from going to the restroom to saying something that they do not like. in this business they do play favorites. often times when doing the phone interviews you need to be able to remain calm while some one yells at you or uses profanity towards you. a major thing to remember is to use the clearing sheets that they have out on the little cubicles. the people that you work with can be very entertaining and the head boss is nice to a point.
paid 15 minute break, $8 dollar an hour
can be fired for anything, job gets extremely slow at a few points where you will only get in maybe an hour or two of work
Market Research Interviewer (Current Employee) – Cape Coral, FL – October 2, 2013
Thoroughbred Research is a good entry level place to start a career in an office environment. It is a typical nine to five like office atmosphere. The hardest part of this sort of job is sitting in a cubical for long durations. The most enjoyable part would be the entertaining clients/respondents.
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Paducah, KY – July 17, 2013
I enjoyed working here as my colleagues were amazing as were my superiors. The work was always changing, offering new things to learn, new resondents to interview, and new objectives to meet. If the hours had been more steady I would have been less apt to leave when I did but, this was not the fault of my employer. When the work ran out, our shift was over. The great thing about my shift though, was that they let me choose my own shift.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Madisonville, KY – April 21, 2013
A typical day at work involved making outbound calls to Medicare patients to ask them about their personal experience with Medicare. I learned a lot about the way that customers view their health insurance, and a lot about the way Medicare works. Management was friendly, my co-workers were very nice. The hardest part of the job was calling patients only to find out they had a bad experience, or that they had passed away. The best part of the job was the pay, and the friendly environment.
Telecommunications Interviewer (Former Employee) – Madisonville, KY – January 23, 2013
When I started there, I really thought I knew what I was getting into. Whereas, I wasn't at all aware. People are angry because you're calling them repeatedly, they cuss you, threaten you, etc. The management is alright. Your coworkers are always next to you but your work is not effected by them, so i liked that. The hardest part? Reading verbatim. Enjoyable part? Going home.
lunch period allotted, allowed to use the restroom, have drinks on dial floor, etc
Interviewer (Former Employee) – Paducah, KY – September 5, 2012
I thought it was a decent place to work and the pay was good. The hardest part of the job is getting people to take the surveys. They have great management and they teach you everything you need to know to be successful in their company.
Short Term project that was a great job while it lasted.
Telephone Surveyor (Former Employee) – Hopkinsville, KY – June 18, 2012
On a daily basis we recieved and made calls to clients of the company asking them to take a survey on how to improve the company. At this job I learned how to better speak with a range of people in a calm and supportive manner. My manager was tough but understanding at the same time, she made sure we not only did our jobs, but that we were comfortable talking to the clients. The many co-workers I had were great, we helped each other when we could. The hardest part of teh job was sitting waiting for calls when not many were coming in. The best part of the job was getting to know so many people.
Interviewer (Current Employee) – Mayfield, KY – June 6, 2012
This is not a job on which you would like to build a career as there are virtually no chances for advancement or wage advances. However in light of our current economy- I and many of my co-workers are just happy to have employment.