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5 days ago

VP, Client Services`

epsilon Wilton, CT

and desired skills: • Serve as a strategic guide and ally of the client • Direct the development of presentations, plans and concepts • Make… epsilon


5 days ago

Front End Developer

epsilon Chicago, IL

The Front End Developer will be a process-oriented individual who is interested in elevating the vision, execution and strategy within the Creative… epsilon


5 days ago

Associate Network Quality Specialist

epsilon Santa Barbara, CA

Associate Network Quality Specialist - (0070449)   Thanks for your interest in Conversant, an Epsilon company! Here’s the deal. You’re not just… epsilon


5 days ago

Campaign Operations Manager

epsilon Chicago, IL

Process requests to upload creative into various ad serving systems. Support, improve, and manage technical communication between sales and… epsilon


5 days ago

Senior Product Manager - Decisions

epsilon Chicago, IL

• Excellence – We work toward perfection in all that we do, and we do not settle for second best. • Passion – We enjoy… epsilon


5 days ago

Senior Copywriter

epsilon West Chicago, IL

~ • Writes creative, on-strategy copy across all channels. • Writes and edits materials. • Follows industry best-practices and provided… epsilon


5 days ago

Digital Producer

epsilon Chicago, IL

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


5 days ago

Creative Director-Digital

epsilon San Francisco, CA

boundaries while respecting the principles of good user experience. You will collaborate with the account team, project management, user experience… epsilon


5 days ago

Art Director,2

epsilon Wilton, CT +2 locations

and desired skills: • Contribute to the design and execution of promotional materials from conception through mechanical production • Fluent in… epsilon


5 days ago

VP,General Manager

epsilon San Francisco, CA

~ The Vice President, General Manager will lead the relationship with key technology / energy accounts. The GM is responsible for maintaining and… epsilon


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  • Too many employees

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Epsilon full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Good back-end system and easy to understand database design.

    Cons

    Within my first three days I noticed that there were too many employees and not enough work. My first impression left me questioning why did they hire me. I have always experienced the opposite in terms of workload and challenge. People fight over work which leads to unfairness since those with longevity get the work. I complained after my first month and was told I was still in training, yet no one was training me. After the fourth month I asked if there was another department I could help due to my 50% to 75% downtime and was told you need to be with the company at least one year. One assignment I was told it should take a month and took seven days. Another task I was told it should take one week and took 4 hours. I am not the only one in my group. One person is on Internet all day. Another jokes that the group only works 5-7 hours per day. Another jokes about "working at home." For me, I prefer challenge, to continuously enhance my technical skills, and to have work. This has left a bad impression for my first 6 months. Most of what I accomplished so far is from tasks I initiated on my own and now I am out of ideas. Employees should not have to take the burden to find their own work, this is bad for not only the employee but also the company and clients.

    Advice to Management

    Listen to your employees. Perhaps the company was burned in the past with overworking the employees and this is the reason for ignoring requests for challenge, learning opportunities, and desire for work. Allow people to move to or at least help out another department if there is nothing to do instead of watching the person walk out the door or become disengaged.


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