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    Good people, Good intentions, Poor Compensation

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    I have been working at EBSCO Publishing full-time (more than 3 years)


    Gym, Cafe, Location (right near train and downtown Ipswich), flexible hours, friendly people.


    Compensation, upper management, policies and some benefits. Retirement options are sad/confusing (require over a year of employment to enroll) and vacation days are on the low end. You feel like you are replaceable.

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    Retention = more than just saying "we acknowledge your good work". In the of the day, if I see my coworkers getting fed up at the low pay and over-working, I too will leave to find a new job. Ideas - bring back employee parties, bonuses, more incentives, commission, etc. On one hand it's great to be part of a growing company, but on the other, if the growth isn't reflected in my paycheck, or I'm not incentivised, then I'm less inclined to be on-board with company growth.

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