This market research company also focuses on fraud detection by using machine learning to detect and weed out suspicious behavior. And, since it has access to such a large network, any answers that even seem suspicious are immediately thrown out. In the end, you are left with only high-quality responses that can be verified by user IDs (most other platforms do not offer this). I had a coworker, a UX designer, who was called “Ursula” around the office, because she both looked and acted like the villain from the Little Mermaid.
She was generally rude and abrasive, and I don’t think there was a single person in the office who could tolerate her, much less liked her. If she had eventually been let go due to conflict in the workplace, no one would have been surprised, and it probably would have been a lot better for her, too. The company I worked for at the time had clients primarily in the Fortune 500 space: Lowes, Home Depot, Mariott, Delta, ect. All of these clients generally had their contractors (us) sign detailed Non-Disclosure Agreements, basically prohibiting us from sharing information about the work done in detail