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12 days ago

Java Developer with Adobe AEM

Epsilon San Francisco, CA

* Consult clients through the process of defining the requirements for their custom software systems * Lead teams to design, develop, and deploy… Epsilon

12 days ago

SR. Windows System Administrator

Epsilon West Chicago, IL

include ensuring best practice patch management processes are followed and continuous service improvement are identified and implemented as necessary… Epsilon

3 days ago

Intern-Campaign Optimization

Epsilon Chicago, IL

Thanks for your interest in Conversant! Here’s the deal. You’re not just applying to some basic technology company. Rather you’re applying to a… Epsilon

12 days ago

Dir, Product Management

Epsilon Broomfield, CO

The role focuses on all aspects of product planning and management that include customer needs assessment, competitive analysis, gap analysis… Epsilon

10 days ago

Director, Client Services

Epsilon San Francisco, CA

We couldn’t have done any of that without our team of superstars and a culture that celebrates each one of them. Individuals matter just as much… Epsilon

10 days ago

Director of Client Developmemt

Epsilon Chicago, IL

· Ownership – We’re determined to make an impact – a big one – every… Epsilon

12 days ago

Digital Analytic Consultant

Epsilon New York, NY

experience across many different industries. In addition to working across a variety of clients and digital channels, the Analytic Consultant will… Epsilon

12 days ago

Production Designer

Epsilon San Francisco, CA

• Work on a range of accounts from Fortune 500 companies to start-ups, from B2C to B2B, that result in engaging and remarkable experiences • Will… Epsilon

12 days ago

Technical Project Manager

Epsilon Irving, TX +2 locations

• Develop Project Scope Management Plan used to define, manage, control, verify and communicate to the project team and clients • Define… Epsilon

9 days ago

Sr Analyst, Account Analytics

Epsilon Chicago, IL

• Work within a team of analytics professionals which provide actionable insight to Conversant marketers in the optimization and analytics of… Epsilon

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    Never should have signed the offer letter.

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    Former Employee - Business Systems Analyst
    Former Employee - Business Systems Analyst

    I worked at Epsilon full-time (more than an year)


    Worked from home (good and bad). Benefits were good. I made many connections while working at Epsilon but this is only due to my own efforts. Gym and cafeteria on-site. Most of my coworkers were friendly.


    Lack of training or direction. I watched recorded training videos and did "real-life" case studies for TWO months before receiving a client account. The "real-life" case studies were out of date and did not put me in realistic day-to-day scenarios.
    Management clearly favored certain team members who progressed in their career while other deserving team members received no promotions or raises due to personal bias.
    Management team never evaluated their processes to improve even when employees and clients made suggestions. Rather, they took the constructive criticism personally.
    I was told raises and promotions were not given to any teammates at mid-year reviews and a week later, three team members were promoted.
    Many promotions were given merely based on the amount of time the employee was with the company, not their achievements. Many achievements were hardly recognized.
    Difficult to learn new skills without bothering a very busy employee for one-on-one training. Highly skilled employees are swamped with work while associate-level employees doodle in their corner cubicle.
    No organization of process documentation and helpful client or project docs.
    Below average when referring to competitive salary.
    Job description was very vague and did not match the actual work done by the employee after hire.
    Account allocation is a joke.
    Managers were bending the rules for some and not others (dependent on the manager and team).
    Technology used by heavy lifters was out of date and inefficient.
    Out-of-office team events were not paid for by management or the company (this does not apply to company-wide events).
    *Most, if not all, of these problems start with middle & higher management.

    Back to working from home... I, and the rest of my teammates, worked from home the majority of the week which was nice for those with kids and pets but kept the team from collaborating and getting to know each other. I hardly knew most of my teammates.

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    Get to know your team and their workload. Acknowledge their achievements and make decisions regarding promotions and raises based off of client feedback and hard evidence and not personal bias.

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