At Epsilon, we view success as our understanding of clients, our concern for people, and our connectedness with every team member. We treat our employees with respect. We don’t just listen to our employees’ observations on important issues – we take their insights seriously and, if necessary, act on them. People who are part of our team are those who share our culture of:
EXPERTISE: We offer rich learning experiences and support our employees’ strive to gain in-depth knowledge and expertise on daily basis
EFFICIENCY: Our people strive to exceed our client’s expectations
EXCELLENCE: We place premium on teamwork: we help each other grow and excel
EMPOWERMENT: We reward people based on the value they create and encourage them to grow with the company and find something exciting to do every day
ENGAGEMENT: Our team members are just as important individually as they are as a whole. We treat our employees as partners and an integral part of the business
Epsilon is a diverse and friendly workforce where people are free to share themselves. We value teamwork and are held together by collaboration and a goal for excellence. We offer rich learning experiences and reward people not based on seniority, but on their workplace value and effort contribution.
If you are interested to become a part of our team, please contact us at email@example.com
Notice of filing of LCA by
Epsilon Consulting Services, Inc
Epsilon Consulting Services, Inc. (“Employer”) is seeking one temporary professional worker to fill the position of Business Analyst, at a salary of $ 114,067 per yr to 125,000 per yr, to work at New York, NY and Iselin, NJ for a period of three years beginning 09/23/2020 and ending 09/22/2023. For that purpose, Employer has filed with the U.S. Department of Labor a Labor Condition Application, which is available for public inspection at 5 Hanover Square, 5th floor, New York, NY 10004
Complaints alleging misrepresentation of material facts in the labor condition application and/or failure to comply with the terms of the labor condition application may be filed with any office of the Wage and Hour Division of the United States Department of Labor.