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Junior Software Engineer

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• Help design and implement the next-generation AdEffx server-side platform • Evaluate proposed designs QUALIFICATIONS: • Ability to learn… Glassdoor

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Senior Client Service Analyst

comScore United States

The Sr. Analyst will assist in management of comScores relationships with the top media and entertainment companies, prepare analyses, manage… Glassdoor

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Survey Research Manager

comScore United States

• Oversee all data-related aspects of project execution (e.g., quality control assurance from fielding through report delivery) • Manage the… Glassdoor

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Brand Health Project Analyst

comScore United States

Youll be part of a team that helps clients understand key business issues and research needs in the world of marketing and advertising. You will… Glassdoor

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Software Engineer

comScore United States

• Participate in the Agile process, working with product owners and the development team to gather requirements, design and development new systems… Glassdoor

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Technical Support Representative - German

comScore Amsterdam

The role of the Customer Support Technician includes assisting German clients with creating and adapting web analytics reports, troubleshooting… IAmExpat

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Product Support Analyst

comScore United States

• Manage an ever-growing queue of support requests for existing and new comScore products • Explain complex problems in a clear and concise manner… Glassdoor

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Senior Accountant

comScore United States

• Assist in month end close activities • Reviewing of all transactions to assure accounting treatment is in accordance with GAAP. • Reviewing general… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Senior Research Analyst

comScore United States

• Identifying and gaining agreement on key client objectives and expectations regarding custom research clients • Designing/writing questionnaires… Glassdoor

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Web Developer – new

comScore United States

• Ensure web content up to date, search engine friendly, correctly targeted and optimized for multiple devices. • Participate in the web… Glassdoor

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    If you like living in fear of layoffs, this is the place for you

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    Current Employee - Ad-Ops  in  Chicago, IL (US)
    Current Employee - Ad-Ops in Chicago, IL (US)

    I have been working at comScore full-time for less than a year


    Snacks. Coffee. New decor. The immediate group of people I worked with were OK. Maybe not the most talkative bunch for me, but to each his own.


    I've been sitting on this review I wrote eight months ago, but as I just heard that comScore did ANOTHER round of layoffs (almost exactly a year after I was laid off) I figured it was time to share:

    The upper-management that runs their ad-ops area should be ashamed of themselves. The company spent a month and a half recruiting me, interviewing me both in person and over the phone. They made me an offer and I accepted. I gave my two weeks at my job and started at comScore the following Monday. At the end of my third week there I looked over to see the girl that I started with putting her things into a box. They had let her go. I was surprised, but what shocked me even more is I was then called into the manager's office where I was greeted by an HR person from the Reston, VA corporate office.

    That's right, I was let go. Along with about 50 other people across the company. Corporations are well within their rights to employ people for as long or as short as they wish, but their reputation deserves the hit if they pull crap like this. To add to the hilarity, my severance package was worth more than the time I spent there.

    A couple months later comScore reached out to me to see if I would come back as two people had resigned from the department within a week of each other. I asked for more money or a signing bonus. The recruiter had the audacity to say "if we were to do a bonus it would have to be paid back if you left within a year." I wasn't the one with the commitment issues in this relationship.

    I later found the meeting minutes from the quarterly shareholders meeting where it was discussed that they would be reducing costs via layoffs. An extremely short-sighted solution to appease investors.

    Thank God the company I was at before comScore called me up and asked me if I wanted to come back. I accepted that with a promotion and significant increase in pay.
    This company does not deserve your investment; whether it is as an employee investing in your career, or someone actually foolish enough to buy stock in this outfit.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO