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30+ days ago

Senior Business Consultant (f/m)

The Nielsen Company Frankfurt am Main

Client Servicing First point of contact for the client relationship, accountable for managing expectations of the day to day contacts with regard…

30+ days ago

Business Development Manager on Trade

The Nielsen Company Hamburg

Recently Nielsen entered into a partnership with CGA Strategy. Nielsen/CGA will develop and deploy a new on-trade measurement service in key…

3 days ago

Scanning Operator

The Nielsen Company East Ryde, AU

include: • Scanning each individual page of the designated newspapers, magazines, regional newspapers, in accordance with the scanning rules… Adzuna Australia

30+ days ago

Senior Client Manager

The Nielsen Company London, England

Our division, Marketing Effectiveness, is focused on understanding how consumers behave on the Internet and with media. The company has a number of… The Nielsen Company

30+ days ago

Consumer Panel Sales Lead

The Nielsen Company London, England

The focus of this role is to sell our Homecan proposition to our current Nielsen clients. The cornerstones of this role are: · To achieve a… The Nielsen Company

30+ days ago

Consumer & Shopper consultant

The Nielsen Company Cergy

• Being in support of all Consultants to provide customers with an integrated service (retail & consumer panels) quality. - Improve and develop CS… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Trainee - Marketing Research

The Nielsen Company Cergy

Leader mondial des études en marketing, The Nielsen Company mesure et analyse les dynamiques de marchés et le comportement d’achat des Consommateurs… Glassdoor

29 days ago

Statistical Operations Analyst - GBS - Statistical Operations

NIELSEN Toronto +4 locations

Above all else, our ongoing commitment is to align our business with our clients' needs to ensure they have a competitive edge in an expanding global… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Client Liaison

The Nielsen Company Cergy

We're committed to shaping our future leaders through exceptional training, development, and mentoring programs. These provide the tools to leave… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Associate Innovation Buisness Manager -Innovation Practice

NIELSEN Toronto +4 locations

Above all else, our ongoing commitment is to align our business with our clients' needs to ensure they have a competitive edge in an expanding global… Glassdoor

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The Nielsen Company Chief Executive Officer Mitch Barns
Mitch Barns
137 Ratings

    Mixed Feelings

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    I have been working at The Nielsen Company full-time for more than 5 years


    Great opportunity to learn the CPG business.
    Work with major manufacturers and retailers.
    Gain experience with syndicated data.
    High variety of work. Not always in job description, but every week is different.
    Young workplace with fresh ideas. Many eager faces.
    HR is very friendly and quick to help in navigating resources.
    Trainings (when available) are inspiring and useful.
    Recently made technology a high priority.
    Regular promotions for top performers. At lower levels, performers can expect promotions nearly every two years.


    Pay is lower than at other companies and the client, which is widely known.
    Depending on management and often regardless of performance, flexibility perks are not made available.
    New rotational programs and mid career incentives are not permeating management at the local levels.
    Lateral movements seem to hurt promotion potential.
    Bonus system hurts your bonus eligibility overtime if you are not always in very top rankings.
    10-15 year goal to offshore all analyst and operations roles to India is explicit. Lower levels are training and mentoring their replacements.
    Managers are often assigned employees with no formal management training.
    Smaller offices are neglected in funding facilities, training and building culture.
    Core services are stale. Nearly all improvements are at high cost to the client and hard on client relationship.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    For a company with such opportunity to create well rounded associates and retain loyal individuals throughout their career, little is done to retain many high performing early and mid career associates through rotations, leadership trainings, or uniform culture.
    Lack of flexibility, notably lower pay, and bonus structure no longer make the company more attractive than others.

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