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Great people, no other UXers
User Experience Designer (Current Employee) –  New York, NYMarch 2, 2015
There is a huge gap in UX team members in the NY offices. The projects are hit or miss and not always the most exciting, but other folks working here make it fun.
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Good company
Associate Business Analyst (Current Employee) –  Cleveland, OHSeptember 10, 2014
Good company for anyone that is starting out. It does a lot of recruiting in Miami U. so it has that vibe with a lot of the employees.
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Tough work life balance
Associate Partner (Current Employee) –  New York, NYJuly 26, 2014
Work work work.
Seven days a week work work work.
Not enough time to think strategy given the amount of work.
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Great company culture with steady work flow
Associate Consultant (Former Employee) –  New York, NYApril 9, 2014
Rosetta has a great culture and interesting projects to work on. The work flow is good and hours arent too bad.
Pros
culture, friendly coworkers
Cons
job security
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Nice people - fast paced growth
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) –  99 Hudson StreetJanuary 14, 2014
Rosetta is a fast paced yet fun environment where people worked together to reach a common aim.
Pros
team building events
Cons
company was merged
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Where careers and spirits go to die
creative (Former Employee) –  Hamilton, NJDecember 4, 2013
Want a job that will kill your health, your spirit, and you career? Apply for a job at Rosetta. You will get 15% below pay, be expected to work 60-90 hours a week with no kudos for a job well done, no support from management while they head off for the gym while you slave away. you wi'll have no promotional path unless you are a grade A azzkisser or related to someone who works there.

You'll like some of your coworkers, others will be out for blood. You'll have a steady paycheck, but watch for the signs of a dying agency as they squeeze all the life out of you, then lead you to the slaughter.
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QA Analyst Tester
QA ANALYST II (Current Employee) –  Hamilton, NJNovember 17, 2013
• Authored Test Plans, Test Cases for BDM Reporting, Card Program, Physician bios and, Landing Page.
• Involved in Database Testing for BDM Reporting, Benefits – Card Program, landing Page, Birthday email subscription.
• Used Daptive for time reporting and task tracking; Confluence Wiki to manage the documents and status; QC to track the defects.
• Performed Functional, Regression, System, Integration and Smoke tests with positive/negative scenarios.
• Provide the assistance to project teams regarding test strategy, data, procedures, environments, results & acceptance criteria.
• Tested web services (payment, order, address verification, Inventory, etc.) with WSDL through JMeter SOAPUI protocol and restful services through test harness (HTTP protocol).
• Executed SQL queries and Stored Procedures to verify the transactional flags behind the screen.
• Authored test strategies, standards, on-boarding documents, RTMs and Release notes.
• Automated Sanity/Performance suites with JMeter and performed performance/load/stress/soak tests.
• Analyzed system requirements and web logs; identified target load levels; built the PE test plans; defined load test scenarios, test schedules, SLAs (service level agreement), and entrance/exit criteria.
• Monitored servers CPU and JVM (memory) resources through Ganglia
• Cross Browser (Client-Side) Test: Used httpWatch and Firebug tools to see the (first look) browser side breakdowns.
• Actively interacted with other teams outside of the development such as Technical Architects, DBA's, and network teams. Discussed about bottlenecks which were observed
  more... at Application, Database, Network tiers and provided the valuable suggestions to the respective stakeholders.  less
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Currently in transition
Freelance Writer (Former Employee) –  New York, NYOctober 23, 2013
Auge Reichenberg is the best thing about Rosetta. She is an excellent Creative leader. Talent loves her.
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Played Me
UI Developer (Former Employee) –  San Luis Obispo, CASeptember 8, 2013
Hired me as a contractor to hire. I quit a steady job.
I was let go when my department had to make cuts.
Corporate and impersonal.
Pros
money
Cons
jobless now
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Low Morale
Senior Designer (Current Employee) –  Los Angeles, CAJune 13, 2013
Company plays musical chairs within management and the types of jobs coming through the door are not diverse or creatively stimulating. Need new life breathed into it.
Pros
occasional happy hours
Cons
no bonuses, work/life balance very off.
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Learn a lot, but not good for a long-term career
Senior Associate Consultant (RCP) (Current Employee) –  New York, NYFebruary 26, 2013
The culture is fun and there are some interesting projects to work on, but overall, Rosetta is still struggling to find its competitive edge, and figure out how to work with its agency side. On the consulting side, there is lots of opportunity to learn, but education is really inconsistent, and management isn't very supportive. Sometimes the hours get really long, and the compensation/benefits really aren't enough to compensate for the sacrifices.
Pros
learn a lot, get lots of responsibility
Cons
compensation, hours, unsupportive management
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Fun place tow work at
Senior Art Director (Current Employee) –  Cleveland, OHAugust 28, 2012
It's great to work at Rosetta. Great technology, great opportunities. Working with big brands.
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Fun and casual work environment with flexible work hours. There's even a ping pong table.
UI/UX Consultant (Former Employee) –  Hamilton, NJOctober 5, 2011
Though I only worked at Rosetta for a few months on a contract, I greatly enjoyed being there and hope to return. The environment was relaxed with a casual dress code, an open floor plan and a ping pong table, just to mention a few things. The hours were flexible and everyone was very pleasant.
Pros
ping pong table, free drinks, flexible hours, casual dress code, relaxed environment
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