"I've worked closely for 5 years in Data Science. This is a great company to work in."
"I worked at Pearson Packaging for 6 months, until they had a 10% company-wide reduction in staff. I was the last Sr. PM hired so was the logical pick, sadly. I enjoyed the company, my role, and my co-workers."
"It is a great company to learn a lot."
"This is a great company to work for if you are just starting out and looking for a place to get good office experience. Since it is a larger corporation, feeling like you are making a larger impact is not always there, but teams are friendly and you will learn a lot."
"I worked for Pearson packaging for 15 years, in that time the company has changed immensely. The company was once known for being very employee oriented and family oriented. In the past 6-8 years, the company has become less employee friendly and more corporate oriented. Pros: pay and benefits are very good cons: communication and commitment to employees."
"I do not want to write anything"
"Pretty fun team, definitely flexible!"
"I worked at Pearson for 6 years. Management is often changing structures and goals, and this can make seeing long term plans difficult to achieve."
"I am fortunate to work with a team that is providing a solution that makes access to digital content easier and faster, especially for teachers! My department within Pearson, K-12 Learning Services, has recently been sold and will soon be completely separate from Pearson. The most positive aspect of working for Pearson has been the people, who are honestly committed to the future of our children. Most are very active in other activities and organizations for positive change and inclusion. We have an amazing commitment to volunteering, including having some paid time off for participating in volunteer activities."
"A toxic, hostile work environment. is a crook, illegal employment practices are the norm and supported by leadership. Overwork and cheat employees - lie, steal and harass to avoid paying promised and earned compensation while senior leadership lines their own pockets. Women are continuously subject to discriminatory practices and sexual harassment."
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