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Online Marketing Manager – new

Experian Costa Mesa, CA

Experian is looking for a talented and experienced, results-oriented Optimization Manager. As the Optimization Manager you will be a vital member of… Experian

14 days ago

Level 2 Support Engineer

Experian New York, NY

We are seeking a dynamic professional with experience supporting or building an enterprise level custom application within the Windows/MSSQL/.NET… Experian

30+ days ago

Compliance Analyst (Compliance Officer\Privacy Officer)

Experian Schaumburg, IL

To support Regulatory Compliance by drafting, implementing, maintaining, performing training, auditing and enforcing policies to ensure Marketing… Experian

11 days ago

Clinical Data Analyst

Experian Wayne, PA

include file processing, defining client data specifications and cross departmental communication in order to meet expected time frames of… Experian

19 days ago

Product Marketing Specialist

Experian Schaumburg, IL

Experian Marketing Services is a leading global provider of consumer insights, targeting, data quality and cross-channel marketing. We help… Experian

30+ days ago

Email Marketing Account Manager Experian Marketing Services

Experian El Segundo, CA

Experian Marketing Services empowers marketers to seamlessly execute timely and coordinated marketing interactions through a single channel or across… Experian

16 days ago

Marketing Automation Specialist

Experian Costa Mesa, CA

As the (MAS) you will work with local (regional) marketing teams to design and execute marketing automation / online marketing projects, including… Experian

30+ days ago

FP&A Manager

Experian Scottsdale, AZ

An excellent opportunity has arisen to join one of Experians most exciting and recent acquisitions. 41st Parameter operates in the Web Fraud… Experian

29 days ago

Integration Engineer

Experian Austin, TX

The Integration Engineer serves as primary client contact for technical issues on sales accounts. Provides technical client support and coordinates… Experian

7 days ago

Partner Account Manager

Experian Boston, MA

• The Partner Account Manager is responsible for managing, educating, and enabling qualified channel partners in order to… Experian

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    Would be 5 stars if not for the fact that each year the company has layoffs, as often as quarterly.

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    I worked at Experian full-time (more than 10 years)


    The main office at 475 Anton is great with schedule flexibility and supports the work/family balance. 9 out of 10 managers are supportive and available when you need them. Good benefits and vacation allotments. Clean, newer office and equipment. Overall pleasant workforce with a 'let's help each other' vibe. Backstabbing and self-promotion at the expense of coworkers is NOT the norm.
    Experian is ethical in its purported intent and business goals and actively promotes community involvement and supports local and national charities.


    Workforce is top heavy with management, especially on the director and VP level. The company talks about not having silos (i.e. groups that have information that isn't known/shared freely with other groups) yet silos persist and cross group/department communication is poor. Customer focus initiatives are rolled out with fanfare, much to the appreciation of clients, only to fade away in a year or two due to changes in upper management and/or a lack of accountability from regulators.
    And of course, mass layoffs are routine. I worked there for almost 15 years, and for the first few years, the layoffs happened perhaps every three years, including the year I started. The last six years have incurred layoffs every year, with the rate increasing to quarterly this year. Perhaps this is due to the change in upper management to those with a background in finance: the bottom line for the next quarter is everything (shareholders must see an immediate profit!), and long-term planning is moot? I guess time will tell if this strategy works or if the talent pool of experienced workers becomes so drained that data quality becomes severely compromised.

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