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30+ days ago

Client Service Specialist

comScore, Inc South San Francisco, CA

• Deliver exceptional client service support to leading entertainment and publisher clients • Become proficient in comScore syndicated products… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Director

comScore, Inc South San Francisco, CA

comScore Inc., is a recognized innovator that is changing the way companies develop strategies for and evaluate their digital investments. comScore… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Client Service Analyst

comScore, Inc South San Francisco, CA

This Analyst will team with senior management to manage comScore’s relationships with clients at top media companies, by managing deliveries of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales Manager

comScore, Inc South San Francisco, CA

As a Sales Manager, you’ll be responsible both for strengthening client relationships externally and coordinating project feasibility assessments… Glassdoor

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    Former Employee - Vice President in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Vice President in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at comScore full-time (more than 8 years)


    Very smart group of folks. Many different divisions and solution sets on which to work. Relatively flexibly work environment. Wonderful and exciting clients.


    HR not an advocate for employees and workers feel like they cannot get help.Sales Operations folks are inexperienced creating realistic comp plans that reward and incent sales people.comp plans change each year and not for the better. Company has grown so large that your division/team/region may get completely lost in the shuffle of product management roadmaps.

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    Take a very close looks at why so many employees have been leaving. What divisions are they in? Who are their managers? What roles are they in? comScore is a research company. But if you do not do research on why you cannot retain strong talent then you are failing yourself. And for god sake's, start doing exit interviews! Your products are superb, but if you fail to retain your employees not only will you fail in meeting your revenue goals, but you will get very bad WOM reviews about working at the company.

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