Vertical Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Foster City, CA – November 27, 2012
- Management: frequently former consultants are running the show, inexperienced in the industry, continually and often unskillfully pivoting organization to hide their own inadequacies/justify why they are there– it’s the game they play and makes for frustrated and employees who often leave shortly after being hired. - Extremely poor culture: employees just don’t stick around once they experience how things are run here. Strong work/collaborative relationships are not to be found here as people just do not stay. Disruption and lack of focus is the norm. There is no life/work balance. They work you to the bone …which would fine if the above weren’t true and the pay was better. - Don't take my word for it; I would encourage anyone considering working at QS to talk with current and former employees to get their perspective.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Beaverton, OR – February 17, 2018
Gets boring, but if you want a chill job just talking on the phone for 8 hours a day, this is your best bet. You start out working in the education department and have the opportunity to be cross trained in the other departments they have here as well.