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Assoc Software QA Engineer - CO-OP - 6 month assignment – new

Pearson Boston, MA

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IT Software Testing Analyst – new

Pearson Bloomington, MN +5 locations

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.NET Developer (FullStack) – new

Pearson Brisbane, CA

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Quality Assurance Engineer (Selenium/Cucumber/QTP) – new

Pearson San Antonio, TX

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Business Analyst – new

Pearson Hadley, MA

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Technical Support & On-boarding Specialist – new

Pearson White Plains, NY

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Build & Release Engineer – new

Pearson Brisbane, CA

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Java Developer (VUE) – new

Pearson Bloomington, MN +2 locations

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Associate Software Developer (VUE) – new

Pearson American Fork, UT

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Software Engineer (Architect) – new

Pearson Bloomington, MN +5 locations

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    Pearson, good bad and ugly

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Director of Finance North America Services in Centennial, CO (US)
    Current Employee - Director of Finance North America Services in Centennial, CO (US)

    I have been working at Pearson full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great benefits, work life balance is incredible, and a lot of good people work here.

    Cons

    Company leadership struggles with vision and lots of turnaover at the top. Recently did a re-org which is causing a lot of good talent to leave our company. We seem to be mostly driven by the sales organizations and we don't make sound financial decisions and strategic direction of company is really wavering. Concern about career progression for those at Director level.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Talk to your managers and directors before making re-org decisions in a vacuum. Understand the implications of the decisions you make and admit when you have made a mistake. Its ok to admit a bad decision, and follow that up with immediate action to remedy the issues you have caused.

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