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User Experience Engineer – new

comScore Reston, VA

Work in an agile environment to convert business requirements into effective, efficient, and satisfying user interfaces. Plan and conduct user… Dice

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Software Engineer II

comScore, Inc Reston, VA

Master’s in Computer Engineering or related field required. Knowledge of Agile and ability to develop solutions in… Glassdoor

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Panel Science Analyst

comScore, Inc. Reston, VA

The Panel Science Analyst will be responsible for carrying out various research and development activities focused on the collection, improvement… Glassdoor

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Campaign Analyst

comScore, Inc Chicago, IL

include: • Utilize deep understanding and passion for the online environment to drive the feasibility assessment, research tag implementation, and… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Solutions Consultant – new

comScore, Inc. UK-London, UK

If you are interested in working side-by-side with some of the brightest minds in marketing intelligence, then comScore is the place for you. If you… Glassdoor

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    Good launching pad - horrible management

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    Former Employee - Senior Client Service Analyst in Reston, VA
    Former Employee - Senior Client Service Analyst in Reston, VA

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    Talented, smart co-workers. Exposure to a wide variety of brands and clients. The industry is growing and the job is fast-paced. You are always learning something new and trying to get recruited by clients and other players in the digital space. comScore is very well known and respected.


    Management does not do a good job of retaining talent.
    Performance is not compensated adequately or fairly across different departments.
    Some teams can be very "clique-ish" and do not recognize internal problems such as poor management skills and employee turnover.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    I very much agree with some of the below comments regarding management, especially this one: High turnover in a particular department is a sign that the manager isn't doing a very good job. It truly is a shame to lose good workers because of one persons poor management skills.

    This could not be more true. Stop enabling terrible managers! They may do their day to day jobs well but if they are the reason you are losing the rest of your talent pool then they should not be managers.

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