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29 days ago

Operations Analyst

Epsilon Irving, TX

• The applications supported by this individual will be developed using Java with an Oracle database back-end and Java based application servers… Epsilon

2 days ago

Netezza DBA (open to Oracle, Informix, Teradata, DB2 UDB experience) – new

Epsilon Irving, TX +2 locations

Epsilon has an interesting career opportunity for a DBA working on the IBM Netezza database technology with a balance of skills in database design… Epsilon

13 hrs ago

Database Developer, Sr. – new

Epsilon Woburn, MA

Epsilon is seeking a Database Developer to implement, maintain and support our hosted marketing database systems. This role is responsible for the… Epsilon

3 days ago

Account Executive – new

Epsilon Woburn, MA

Works with internal team resources, such as Program Headquarters, Print Production, Creative and Data to resolve issues and clarify requirements May… Epsilon

2 days ago

Co-Op Developer – new

Epsilon Woburn, MA

• Support applications and perform production data loads. • Work with Business Systems Analysts on business requirements and functional… Epsilon

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    Limited opportunities, frustrating environment

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    Former Employee - Director in Wakefield, MA
    Former Employee - Director in Wakefield, MA

    I worked at Epsilon full-time (more than 5 years)


    *There are some really smart people who are great to work with.
    *A lot of flexibility in schedule and telecommuting isn't an issue (depending somewhat on your direct supervisor)
    *the work is challenging, and in most cases there is a lot of collaboration across project teams and business groups


    *almost impossible to change career paths within the organization
    *significant cultural differences between US offices which can result in disparate work ethics and one group feeling that they pick up the slack for another
    *terrible health insurance
    *disconnect between what is sold and what really needs to be delivered, which results in very long hours for the project team
    *little regard for the institutional knowledge of long-time employees. Very much a "what have you done for me lately" environment, in which people get let go regardless of their contribution, to meet a bottom line financial promise. Then new, less expensive replacements are brought in.
    *if you're not a favorite of senior management, forget about advancing
    *always willing to push a product to market before it is ready, and usually before a support model is in place.
    *very focused on the bottom line and short-sighted in building loyalty among employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop telling employees how valuable they are and show them - through career opportunities, better recognition, and through respecting their ideas, their commitment, and their potential. Sr management likes to brag about how great the employees are, but the bulk of the people working there feel extremely undervalued. Walk down a hall of cubicles/offices and more than half of the people there are truly miserable.

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