GP is a a wonderful employer who values their employees and rewards their sucess
CURRICULUM SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Dearborn, MI – July 17, 2018
GP managers are very supportive and keep in touch regularly to give me feedback and see if I have questions. I can't speak to details of workplace culture, etc. as I worked onsite for one of their customers, Ford Motor Company Global Training & Development.
TRAINING CONSULTANT (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL 60613 – May 29, 2018
This is a great first job place to get your feet wet and to grow within the company. Great if like instructional design work and project management. The most enjoyable part of this job is that you have the opportunity to learn new things frequently.
Traffic Manager (Former Employee) – Huntington Beach, CA – May 2, 2018
It was a good place to work and enjoyed the team. I felt if I continued with the company there would have been career growth. They provide many ways to acquire training to be more proficient at my job.
Senior Training Specialist (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – March 15, 2018
I was brought on as a GP employee to work solely on one account. After repeated years on the job requesting to be cross trained to other accounts, I discouraged by my request not being allowed. My initial manager was awesome but replacement upon retirement was not so much. Great work/life balance. Great HR representative.
Instructor / Curriculum Designer (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 1, 2018
Very fast passed curriculum environment. All employees are easy to work with and very helpful. The typical day revolves around hands on activities with Subject Matter Experts and large amounts of email traffic.
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Troy, MI – February 26, 2018
As long as you are on top of your work, management allows you to work as you see fit. Good work/life balance. You can usually work from home when sick. You have to use PTO for sick days unless you work from home. Coworkers are friendly and relaxed. Pay is lower than expected and benefits are good but many choose not to use company insurance due to cost and hoops you have to jump through to keep it.
Had to routinely work lots of extra hours. lots of travel required. not paid for travel time. Work could be very stressful. SOMetimes had to do internal projects on top of the 40+ hours at client site weekly. Plus travel.
Multimedia Production Specialist (Former Employee) – Maryland – January 22, 2018
Despite being a contracted, the culture of the job was great. Very supportive upper management, dedicated individuals working in each department, and a very fast turnaround for all questions from staff. Compensation and benefits were excellent.
Confidential (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – January 17, 2018
Overall a nice company to work for despite a few challenges that come along with most companies. Work/Life balance was fair. The majority of people were nice and easy to work with. Each division operates like a small business however, has support from corporate. Very diverse in terms of the services that GP provides to it's customers, which was exciting. Fast paced environment and teams run very lean. No clear path for career advancement.