The Princeton Review Employee Reviews in Natick, MA

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Best team morale
Adjustment Team / AR Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Natick, MAOctober 11, 2018
CEO is available to all and drives mission with smile on her face. Small gatherings with food, drinks, and laughter held monthly. Pizza for team on random surprise allowing time away from desks to socialize and take a break. Excellent and open communication. Flexibility
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Best morale and team spirit
Cons
Inability to work from home
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Good stepping stone
Marketing (Former Employee) –  Natick, MAJune 23, 2015
Good stepping stone company, overall great office atmosphere. Some turn over and change in higher level management roles.
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Fun place with a ping pong table
Marketing Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Natick, MAMay 28, 2015
Like any job and company there are pros and cons - the people I have encountered and worked with have been fantastic. Since starting with the company I have encountered nothing but helpful people who are dedicated and committed to helping students. The company provides free lunches, have little parties for holidays, and even provided a ping pong table to boost the fun. There is no doubt that The Princeton Review has some super perks to working there, however after relocating for a promotion with the company I was laid off less than a year of moving. I've been with the company a total of one year and have dedicated my time to this company by coming in early and staying late yet once merging with another company TPR has done major layoffs. So like all companies there are good and bad things - however I would recommend a job here for anyone.
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Free lunches, field trips, parties, great benefits
Cons
no advancement, layoffs
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