Oracle DBA (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 March 2016
Good company to start as you learn a lot. Bad company to stay as company don't care about employees. Some time very bad life/work balance. Good people and a lot of place to learn and show your personality. From another hand you can kill your self at work and you can do great work and you''ll not receive any benefit/appreciation/promotion. No courses or professional education.
Testing engeneer (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 August 2015
Yes, if you have no kids, and what to focus on career. not a family sportive company. They expect to give work the same amount of dedication like a Manager. means work first, family second. Leaving work before your manager is "insulting"
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 27 January 2016
While in Amdocs, be prepared to fight fire with fire. It is not the most pleasing experience, but extremely educational. Majority of the personnel are die-hard professionals with vast experience in their area.
it is a great pleasure to work in Amdocs Canada. The environment is very positive and colleagues are very nice.
I have been participating in leaning and development program offered by the company which is the most enjoyable part of this company and which has increased my knowledge about job tasks and experience.
Executive Assistant to VPs (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 4 August 2015
multiple email check, calendar updates, calls, messages, meetings and VP one on one, to provide up to speed on all ongoing projects and run a run down on what is due and what is completed, on daily basis
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 22 July 2015
Good place to work. Opportunities to work on international accounts and international travel. Often lunch is brought in and extracurricular activities are arranged, when employees are working especially hard to deliver upon a deadline as recognition.