Epsilon – West Chicago, IL
Epsilon¹s Digital Delivery Group is seeking a Social Media Manager for its social media team to develop and execute compelling social media campaigns… Epsilon
Epsilon – Lafayette, CO
• Execute reports that match online and offline conversions to banner ad impression data, using existing tools and processes • Deliver reporting… Epsilon
Epsilon – San Diego, CA
• Prepares, reviews, revises, and maintains technical documents including software and systems engineering, system operations, testing, and user… Epsilon
Epsilon – Wakefield, MA
Include: · Assist the Payroll Supervisor in administering Epsilon’s TimeTrax time record keeping system · Communicate all time-sheet discrepancies… Epsilon
Epsilon – West Chicago, IL
• Experience with complex, dynamic, data-driven email campaigns and modular coding… Epsilon
Epsilon – Chicago, IL
• Consult and drive clients through the loyalty engagement model including optimization, insight and strategic design, applying and leveraging… Epsilon
Epsilon – Lyndhurst, NJ
Epsilon is the industry's leading marketing services firm, with a broad array of data-driven, multichannel marketing solutions that leverage consumer… Epsilon
Epsilon – Irving, TX
• Operations Process Integration – Integrate the ITIL Process with supporting operational function including (but not limited to) – Service Desk… Epsilon
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I have been working at Epsilon full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
Gives a chance to fresh graduates, albeit to save money.
If you have an intelligent manager, you learn. Else you perish with the politics.Cons
The company doesn't have a vision for future. Thats why it doesn't invest on technologies or people.
Bad politics all around. Butter up your boss and get the next level.
The CTO himself has no vision and basically useless. He invests more time in not approving new hires as he wants everything to be off-shored. He would never discuss technology or where we are headed. Never participated in a open tech presentation, etc.
All depends on your manager's manager. If you ask your manager why you didn't get a promotion or a hike more than 2% after working for more than 60 hours a week per year, he would say that " I recommended but my management turned it down".
The HR team would ask managers to not blame on upper management but tell the employees they got what deserved which is not true.
Your manager would ask you to work 60 hours every week but wouldn't let you put that in the timesheet.
The company wants 57% margin. That means you are screwed as you won't get paid what you deserve.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Change the entire C-Suite. You need new people with new ideas. After all its a technology driven company. Harmony, DREAM, Agility, etc are all old wine new bottle to fool clients.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO