EBSCO Publishing
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www.ebsco.com Ipswich, MA

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Good place to work and build a career

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Ipswich, MA

Pros-flex time depending on dept you work for
-great benefits, although cost has gone up recently
-nice building
-nice outdoor setting

Cons-could be more generous with salaries

Advice to Senior Managementkeep valuing everyone, even the entry level folks; show your appreciation

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    3 people found this helpful  

    Can't believe I stayed 5 years

    Software Engineer (Former Employee)
    Durham, NC

    I worked at EBSCO Publishing


    Pros: Some people within and the majority of people outside of Technology Department are hardworking individuals. I'm thankful for… Cons: I can't speak about the group in Ipswich. I did not work there. Interactions with them were pleasant. Middle and upper management in other locations… Advice to Senior Management: My advice is to never ask people working for you to not complain about you to other managers because it will get back to you.… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Dissatisfying

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
    Ipswich, MA

    I have been working at EBSCO Publishing


    Pros: Decent benefits - a cafeteria, free coffee and tea, work parties. Nice people, as far… Cons: There is very little opportunity for advancement or promotion. Most mid-to-upper level management positions are sourced from outside the company. Difficult to even make same… Advice to Senior Management: There need to be more opportunities to advance. management support needs to be worked on.… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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