Media Lead / eLearning Developer (Current Employee) – Columbia, MD – October 5, 2018
Most of the people I've worked with are nice, but the company feels very impersonal and money driven. Perhaps I am just better suited for a smaller company, but I never have felt like the company cared about any of us on a personal level.
All we ever talk about it utilization and metrics and blah blah. Again, I get that it's a business, but sometimes it's just too much.
Working remote is nice, so kudos for the company allowing that.
Feels chaotic and not transparent. Primarily bottom line driven, so there is a feeling like you could be dropped at any time.
Director of Government Operations (Current Employee) – Exeter, NH – October 1, 2018
This company can't get out of its way of it's history. Most of the work is done remotely and there is very little true ownership or bias for action by many of the employees. No learning plan. No development plan. Promises unkept.
Dir. of Performance Consulting & Lrn Pgm Design (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – July 30, 2018
19 year with the company. They released me for no reason. Advancement is slow. The company acquired several smaller companies and often promoted the new management staff instead of promoting long standing employees who were much more qualified for leadership roles.
Want to feel underappreciated, disengaged, and stuck?
Senior Instructional Designer (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – July 27, 2018
No acknowledgement other than your pay check No professional development opportunities or support No opportunities for advancement Carrots will be dangled in front of you to motivate you to work really hard despite total business dysfunction and continual frustration. Not only do you not get the carrot, you get hit over the head with it and told you were never asked to go for it.
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.