Compromised Employee is so close to being a great card. I'll say it's a fine card, but if I include it in a deck I often feel like it's not pulling enough weight for a card to be worth the slot. Why is that?
Primarily, you gain value from this card based on the corp's deck construction. Because that's out of your control, that means CE is inconsistent. Inconsistent cards lose slots to consistent cards.
Gaining 1 everytime an ice is rezzed feels so good, you know? It's like, "Wanna defend your stuff? Haha, I gain money, eat that!" Plus, being rewarded for derezzing effects like Golden, Emergency Shutdown and Crescentus is great synergy. Ankusa also fits this strategy, and CE's 1 influence makes it an easy import into decks.
At the time of writing, we're in a tag-heavy meta after the release of Hard-Hitting News. SYNC and CTM are prevalent, as are their trifecta of tagging tracers: Data Raven, Gutenberg, and Turnpike. Even so, I view the fact that the is not a is an unnecessary downside. Were traces really so weak that they needed to nerf a link card? Laaaame.
I think a situational econ card that takes like 4 uses of the card to start making it worth it (vs using the install click to gain a cred) is just a little weak. In faction, you'd almost rather have Easy Mark and just get the first 5 uses up front. Out of faction, I'd almost certainly use Deuces Wild for its flexibility at 1 influence.
Also, with the additions of Rumor Mill and Political Operative, glacier is particularly dead in its grave, so cards like CE that would shine against high-ice decks are weak at the moment. Conversely, Asset-heavy corps are doing well, so cards like Security Testing are doing much better over cards like this.
If I were to change this card now, I would make the a instead, and make it 1 to install. The faster return on investment helps make it worth the slot, The All-Seeing I makes Resources weaker, and it can falter based on the corp's deck construction. As it is, CE will likely stay in your binder until its rotation, barring the release of strong recurring derez effects.