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    The bad outweighs the good at EBSCO

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    Former Employee - Abstractor  in  Topsfield, MA
    Former Employee - Abstractor in Topsfield, MA

    I worked at EBSCO Publishing full-time for more than a year


    Good starting place for recent college grads, decent benefits, good co-workers.


    The pay is really terrible because it's based on Alabama's cost of living, which screws people in bigger and more expensive cities over. They only care about their profits and their customers, it was made very clear that there are always a large number of applicants for every position so you were replaceable. People often got promoted with little rhyme or reason and with zero management experience of ability. Silo mentality and very little cooperation between departments. Most of the buildings are cubicle farms with no regard for the people who work there.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Remember that your employees want the business to do well and to treat them like adults and human beings. Stop taking advantage of the poor job market and raise people's salaries to competitive levels. PLEASE hire managers more intelligently, or at least provide management training at regular intervals.

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