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113 questions about working at Pearson
Convoluted employee stock purchase plan
Answered June 15, 2016
In the test centers anywhere between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Answered June 15, 2016
Screened via phone call from the outsourced office in the Philippines
Answered July 6, 2016
Answered May 24, 2021
The mission and the people
Answered November 23, 2019
Not be cheap in the short term because that becomes expensive in the long term. People dont want to work for cheap employers. Modernize the corporate behaviors. More carrot less stick.
Answered April 2, 2018
Test center employees receive 1 hour per 30 hours worked if they are benefit eligible. This means the manager, the fulltime people who are few and benefitted part time who are fewer because it's difficult to meet the requirements to change to benefitted part time positions. Some states offer mandatory sick time to everyone so you would receive that.
Answered January 9, 2017
Yearly but they're only 2.2 %.
Answered April 10, 2017
More interesting work, better pay, lack of respect, stable hours.
Answered March 22, 2017
They ask a lot of questions about your experience.
Answered May 3, 2017
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