IPSOS Job Board

I know that its the end of the month, but when I try to view jobs available on the ISHOPFORIPSOS job board, it shows a few jobs even when I input a 100 mile radius. It says there are hundreds of shops, yet I only see 3 or 4.
Anyone know about this?

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@French Farmer.... something is wrong with the website...... Earlier, the job board indicated 180 jobs available, but only displayed 5. Later, I could not access the website.... Secure connection failed.... Website is apparently down.
Experiencing this as well. For the moment, I can move the map around though, and click on the pins to see what they are. Much more clunky, of course; but until they fix it, that is an option.
It shows me that there are 703 jobs available in a 50 mile radius, but only one job displays. I have tried different internet browsers, but no luck. It has been an issue for me since yesterday. I was worried that I had set a filter?
Presto. Sometimes it has assignments that are not on either of the two other boards.

That was in answer to ceasesmith, I don't know why the quote didn't show.

sestrahelena


Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 04/29/2021 08:23PM by sestrahelena.
Isn't everyone just tired of Ipsos? They are heavy handed, absolutely impossible to reach over the phone, and reject shops and/or insist that the shopper did not respond to questions (when the opposite is true)....I sense that the editors are so overworked and busy that they fail to recognize any nuances in the shops. I wonder if their clients understand what whitewashed crap information is being fed to them!

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/03/2021 04:39PM by salisburync.
Hello,

If you have a question about a shop edited, please contact your scheduler. That is your instant connection to a PM and getting a issue resolved, thanks.
I have had a great experience with them. The only issue I have had with them was due to me not following the instructions. Actually I do a lot of Shops for them.
jenniferatgfk-Don't blather your bs here. YOU MUST KNOW that this technique of contacting one's scheduler for an "instant connection" to a PM, DOES NOT WORK. Nor is it designed to work, because the scheduler simply passes the buck or denies the request. When the scheduler passes the buck, the PM does not respond, and ignores the request, throwing the shopper AND the scheduler under the bus. Writing to VPs and executives at IPSOS regarding an IPSOS error results in......crickets. This is a complete bs answer, Jennifer....calling you out as a shill for IPSOS.
Actually, I am a scheduler and have been for 20 years now. Scheduling for various companies. I personally have helped many shoppers get what they deserve. I am sorry you feel that way. Yes - scheduler Jennifer.barrick@ipsos.com. Perhaps you could email me with your complaints and I could forward.
@jenniferatgfk wrote:

Actually, I am a scheduler and have been for 20 years now. Scheduling for various companies. I personally have helped many shoppers get what they deserve. I am sorry you feel that way. Yes - scheduler Jennifer.barrick@ipsos.com. Perhaps you could email me with your complaints and I could forward.
Jennifer yes you are always very helpful! You respond quickly thats why I responded any issues have been based on me not following the guidelines not an error of ipsos we all have to take accountability. Sometimes it is a lack of our communications when that occurred, as you are my witness, they listened and I was paid.

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 05/07/2021 02:05AM by succeedin2.
I can personally attest to Jen Barrick's post concerning her assistance. She scheduled a job I completed in 2005, which was the first shop I had a problem with payment. She stepped in and the situation was remedied to my satisfaction.
Jennifer, yes, you have been helpful in the past. However, you did not schedule the series of shops in question. Another scheduler did. I did make a formal, polite request for review to my scheduler....twice. After the second request, she forwarded the request for review ('appeal') on to a PM. That person responded once, saying the shop was under review and that she would 'get back to me.' She did not, despite four inquiries on my part as to status. Subsequent emails to Ipsos executives have resulted in exactly zero responses. Phone calls/messages (after searching for the proper numbers!) have gone unanswered. This has gone on for over two months. My takeaway is that the IPSOS system is designed to do just this: ignore legitimate issues from shoppers....given my experience, could you come to any other conclusion?
Over the past 10 to 12 years, I have only completed, at most, 1/2 dozen shops for Ipsos. Two were at least 10 years ago, when I was determining if we could have a mutually viable relationship. Determining that would not occur, the reminder were in the past few years when they had sufficient need to open their purse. One major problem I have encountered, has been poor communications, not directly with a scheduler but through the company. Yesterday, as an example, I received a notice of business in which I might have an interest. Unfortunately, a phrase of which I was ignorant, contactless Visa, appeared. Being unable to ascertain its meaning, I requested a clarification, the response was completely irrelevant to my query. That's Ipsos.
Contactless Visa is a Visa card that you can tap or wave over the terminal rather than swiping or inserting it. It will be marked with a little icon that looks like sound waves.

sestrahelena
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