epsilon – Blue Ash, OH
• Manage a team (including direct, indirect and matrixed) and project timelines for build and manage environments. Environments ma… epsilon
epsilon – Düsseldorf
Leadership of projects at Epsilon requires a solid grounding in web technologies, a passion for working with customers, and the ability to lead a… epsilon
epsilon – Blue Ash, OH
• Create project plans for client deliverable work, assign tasks to complete projects and monitor progress, and review, manage and adhere to client… epsilon
epsilon – London, England
exposure and risk on project · Manages day to day delivery from third… epsilon
epsilon – Westlake Village, Los Angeles, CA
We couldn’t have done any of that without our team of superstars and a culture that celebrates each achievement. Individuals matter just as much… epsilon
epsilon – Santa Barbara, CA
The role of the Product Marketing Manager is to assist in the creation and execution of CJ’s product roadmap. He/she will use a deep knowledge of… epsilon
epsilon – Chicago, IL
The Product Marketing Manager will serve as a key player in building the messaging and marketing strategies that will differentiate Conversant’s… epsilon
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A great group of (mostly) fun, passionate, really sharp people. The culture allowed for a healthy work-life balance and held fun company-wide events.
Promotions were given based on tenure rather than experience or skills, resulting in managers who didn't know how to lead. The Conversant "transition" had no leadership from either side and changes large and small were poorly communicated and often did not make any business sense. The fact that there were no layoffs felt more like a sneaky cost-savings move than an altruistic gesture. The attrition from the lack of transition planning achieved the same end goal.
Advice to Management
Start looking at the experience employees bring with them when it comes time to promote--including a woman or two. There was an environment of soft-sexism in some departments. It's time to discuss the elephants in the room with the Conversant transition.