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28 days ago

Chair of Examiners

PEARSON PLC London, England

Pearson is one of the world's leading education companies and we are currently redeveloping some of our LCCI business related qualifications. As a… Adzuna

30+ days ago

VP, Global Learning and Development (NYC or

Pearson London, England

*Strategy and design:* •As part of the Centre of Expertise leadership team, provide strategic thought leadership in the design of a global… Glassdoor

22 days ago

Learning and Development Advisor

Pearson London, England

The FT is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Learning and Development Advisor to join our HR team with a genuine passion for people… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Integration Engineer

Pearson VUE London, England

The opportunity is to join FT.coms Integration team and work with emerging and established *nix based online and content management systems. The… Glassdoor

20 days ago

Personal Finance Account Manager Fixed Term Contract

Pearson VUE London, England

We have an opportunity for an experienced media sales professional to join the Financial Times on a fixed term 6 month project based contract. The… Glassdoor

11 days ago

PA Personal Assistant

Pearson VUE London, England

Pearson VUE is looking for an experienced Personal Assistant to support the Managing Director EMEA, Finance Director International and Director of… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Manager  in  London, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Manager in London, England (UK)

    I worked at Pearson full-time for more than 3 years


    Pearson is a fantastic friendly paternalistic company, which looks after it's people. It was quite different in each part of the business in terms of culture, but that is changing with a new CEO trying to encourage 'one pearson'. The employee benefits and share save scheme are extremely competitive, and make it hard to leave. Very flexible and great work/life balance.


    The siloed parts of the business and occasional internal politics. Also the internal systems and processes are often very behind the times. Salaries not very competitive.

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    Better communication cascade of key messages, quicker change decisions.

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