Jon Tester Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Raymond Jon Tester is an American farmer and politician serving as the senior United States Senator from Montana.
Tester (Former Employee) says"Within the course of 24 hours, I have been banned from UserTesting despite providing excellent quality of work and detailed website reviews for over a year. There is no job stability or trust within this position, and in part I am relieved to stop wasting my time by working here."
tester (Current Employee) says"service to employees it poor - at best. The agents are either rude, or just don't follow-up at all. and when they do follow-up its with a scripted canned email that doesn't address the issue. Cons: poor service, lack of employee support, tests fail and you don't get paid"
Tester (Current Employee) says"The concept is great but it seems this company is collecting data on you the tester much more than offering test to earn income. They "qualify" you by asking tons of questions about you (buying habits, etc.) Not sure where or how all this data is being used. But expect to give them a lot of time and information while receiving little to no compensation. A word to the wise."
User Researcher (Former Employee) says"Perks: free lunch, friendly people, flex time"
Tester (Current Employee) says"Once they accept your application for CONTRACT work as a tester, THEN you still have to fit the random demographics of every single stupid client that comes along. Not already working 40+ hrs. per week elsewhere as a salaried employee? You can FORGET making enough even to pay your auto insurance bill with! They make $50 or more per test, but only pay testers around $10 per test (used to only be $3!). Cons: You'd have to be a 10 year old to be wowed by the $ you make at this site every year."
Tester (Current Employee) says"Not a consistent stream of income but if you're looking for small extra income then this works. Great if you're looking to make extra money during spare time."
Software Developer (Former Employee) says"The most enjoyable part of this job is that the company allowed me to work from home which saved me valuable work time as I didn't have to communte. I enjoyed the flexibility."
Reviewer/Appraiser (Current Employee) says"A work at your own pace job. You can take on as many projects as you want and the pay varies depending on the job chosen. The hardest part of the job is handling clients who can sometimes be very specific about what they expect. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting to test out new web sites and apps. Cons: Not always steady, can be demanding depending on the job"
Account Manager (Former Employee) says"A typical day is get in early, get on the phone and email, go to meetings throughout the day and follow with customers all the time."
Sales Development Representative (Former Employee) says"The sales office had a lot of turbulence during a vast growing period, but overall great company to work for. They did have free lunches twice a week!"
tester (Current Employee) says"It's interesting and fun working in usertesting as a tester and just check different websites while also earning up to 10$ per hour. But not good enough if you are looking for a full time job. They do not give enough task and you will need to take a screener first to see if you qualify to take the task. Sometimes you will take a screener but rarely qualify for the task. I would love if they give more task to us. Cons: Not enough task, You need to take screener first to see of you are qualified"
Tester (Current Employee) says"Tardan mucho en darte test para realizar, podes llevar meses sin hacer un test. Deberían darle más oportunidades a los nuevos que no tienen valoraciones o puntuaciones todavía, para darles la oportunidad de subir sus clasificaciones. Cons: Si sos nuevo Tenes muy pocos test para hacer"