1.Relaxed. 2.Work on multiple projects learned a bunch. 3. Culture ok. 4. When a project ends, you have to find another project on your own. 5. You get to meet different clients, get to work on multiple projects, travel and learn new tasks.
Quality Control Specialist II (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – June 7, 2018
not enough training and many supervisors know very little about the surveys. Learn as you go mentalitiy and dont ask questions or you will seem dumb to them. I asked to clarify smal details, and they didnt know the answers
Field Interviewer (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – May 21, 2018
On Assessment day we must get ready with computers for children, make sure all is working when they arrive. Monitor the session and help them with any questions. The management of the time is of the essence to be able to be more effective. The hardest part of the job is waiting for Fedex to pick up boxes. The most enjoyable is to be around children.
Management is super friendly and helpful. Company goes out of it's way to make employees feel welcome and comfortable. Always plenty of help available to those who may need it. However when it comes to the end of a contract this company handles putting employees onto new projects VERY poorly. It is what most veterans at this company say the downfall is. Generally you're without work for maybe a week or so before they typically call you regarding a new project. Some people have even had to wait up to a month or two.
Working here was great the campus culture within the office is amazing. They never wanted to overload you with work and were always open to talking about different ways to work on things that would make your job run smoother
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Raleigh, NC – April 18, 2018
Pros of working with a great team, representing an outstanding company. Con, well, to many to list for the company who assigned me to RTI. I would hands down recommend RTI to anyone, their contracting companies , not so much.
Data Collection Specialist (Current Employee) – Research Triangle Park, NC – April 10, 2018
The atmosphere is fun and accepting. There are weekly goals to meet, but they aren't quotas you have to make to keep your job. The supervisors are understanding if you have a rough week and don't make the goal.
Data Collection Interviewer (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – April 4, 2018
Regular 9-5 with options to work full time or part time..You are not allowed to have cell phones on in the production area which kind of makes sense because you're dealing with sensitive information, but sometimes it feels more like a daycare rather than a job.
Field Researcher (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – April 4, 2018
I was not familiar with LGBT community in Boston. This job gave me an opportunity to understand differentials and diversities in a very integrating manner. Team was great. Collective resolution was the norms. We learned many things from each others and from our clients. Learning is a never-ending process.
Cost of commuting, parking, and other related to work. Free training with paid hours.
I was hired and trained to work approx. 20 hours a week which worked out great for me and my schedule, but since I have been working for them since December 2018 to current April I have probably only worked 30 total hours (which is terrible)
Interesting and challenging work with flexible work schedule
Field Interviewer (Former Employee) – Research Triangle Park, NC – March 11, 2018
As a Field Interviewer, I was able to control my work schedule to a certain degree although evening and weekend hours were required. I enjoyed meeting people from all walks of life in their homes. It was sometimes difficult to gain participation from selected survey respondents. There were sometimes several weeks at the end of each quarter with no available work.
During my time with RTI, I've really come to enjoy the staff, the work environment...the overall culture. I would definitely recommend this company to someone looking to be apart of something great. But for my capacity, there is a lack of growth potential.