Grad Recruitment Coordinator & HR Admin (Current Employee) – Hanger Lane Station – 23 November 2017
The typical day was enjoyable however, too many meetings that could've been put into an email. The work culture was great, everyone is very welcoming and accommodating and there is no hierarchical feel in the office. Hot desking meant one day i could be sitting next to the Managing Director.
Client Executive (Current Employee) – London – 7 October 2017
Excellent place to start a career. I have learnt lots of different skills, from how to use data sets, to producing a clean presentation and first hand experience of how to build and maintain relationships with clients.
Senior Technical Consultant (Former Employee) – Westgate, London W5 1UA – 8 September 2017
Originally in 1995 this was a nice small company to work for - but as they expanded through mergers and acquisitions, the company became a big uncaring corporation where there were too many clueless managers.
My project was ruined by incompetent managers - then I was made redundant to pay for their failures.
Panel Administrator (Former Employee) – London – 26 February 2017
Good working hours and diverse company culture. The work itself can be repetitive. Has a good atmosphere and a good team of people. The company held many company events and challenges to cultivate good community at the work place.
Free fruit, bonus Scheme, company events and subsidised gym membership
not many training and career development opportunities.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Hanger Lane – 28 November 2016
Working at Worldpanel has a lot of benefits such as pension scheme, life insurance, gym membership, free fruit daily, free breakfast/lunch on Fridays, flexible working shifts and holiday allowance. It is also a great place for internal progression, where 60% of vacancies are filled internally.
However, management hours are long and workload is overpowering. There is a lot of secrecy, and little support for middle-management.
Free breakfast on Fridays, free fruit in the mornings, pension, life insurance, flexible holiday arrangements
Product Coder Specailist (Current Employee) – London, ENG – 12 January 2015
Continuous Data Entry from Morning until working hours are over. Dealing with clients queries and ensure that they have been up within a 4 week cycle. the department is made up of little team which have a bout 3-20 team members, there are different type of people working with the department and able to gain knowledge and experience for the team. Management are friendly and understanding. the most enjoyable part of the job is learning new system set up and able to help clients for efficiently. throughout the working experience I have gained knowledge in how the 4 weekly cycle works and how to maintain excellent relationship with clients and ensuring they are happy with the service they have been provided by myself and co workers.
Project Analyst (Current Employee) – Westgate, ENG – 2 June 2014
A typical day working at Kantar would be working on Client's data e.g: L'Oreal, replying to internal and external emails, working together as a team to schedule in work and to sort out issues. I have learnt a lot at Kantar especially how to communicate to Client's and how to manage their needs. I have the most amazing co-workers, we all help each other to work together as a team and a lot of them have become my true friends. The most enjoyable part of my job would be receiving fantastic feedback from the Client's and being rewarded for this. My company has the most amazing reward scheme and I have received this reward twice while working at Kantar and it really does motivate you. I really do like how everyone celebrates your birthday by receiving a birthday card and on big birthdays they decorate your desk. I just think this is such a nice thing to do.
Free lunches, Company Events/Conferences, Get your birthday off
Salary, Sometimes have to work long hours due to understaffed