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30+ days ago

Data Analyst - Econ, Math, CS grads!

Compete, Inc Boston, MA

include: •Extract and analyze online consumer behavioral data from Competes… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Security Analyst

Compete, Inc Boston, MA

include: • Maintain, roll out and enhance company information security and privacy policies, standards, and guidelines • Coordinate daily and… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Marketing Manager

Compete, Inc Boston, MA

will range from developing our go-to-market messaging and executing top notch marketing collateral to creating thought leadership content aligned… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Lead/Principal DevOps Engineer

Compete, Inc Boston, MA

If you answered Yes to all of the above, then were looking for you to help us build, engineer and run some of the greatest software in the Web… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Director - Agency & Publisher practice

Compete, Inc Boston, MA

The Sales Director role will focus on selling our services and products to new clients in the Agency, Content Provider, Ad Network and Publisher… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Client Services Analyst  in  Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Client Services Analyst in Boston, MA

    I worked at Compete, Inc full-time for less than a year


    Location of the company is great, right in central Boston, which makes commuting very convenient. Worked with some fun and intelligent people, who truly have great ideas.


    Management is absolutely of no help, and unresponsive to employee needs. Also, communication is lacking to the point that no one even knows when an employee has left the position! Work demands are very high, and company seems to be purely sales driven with complete disregard to employee morale.

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    Start really caring about the well being of your employees, and not just spew out a bunch of hot air. HR and upper management should take a good hard look at how poorly the company is being run, and take immediate steps to rectify the situation before more people jump ship. Word of mouth is strong in Boston, and soon no one will want to work for this sub par company if things don't change for the better.

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