Various Positions (Former Employee), Ottawa, ON – September 12, 2015
I started my job with this company in an entry level position that included reasonable compensation, the ability to gain extensive bonus' and real room for advancement through hard work.
I eventually moved into a management and then a high level support position.
I learned new ways to communication both with a customer and internally with colleagues, other company co-workers and management from reporting Supervisor to CEO of the company and to Sr. Management of the parent corporation.
It was easy to tell co-workers who where in this job to advance and make a positive contribution, and those who were there for their compensation only. When working with like-minded individuals it removed most workplace burdens as there was a sense of collaboration, togetherness and shared goals. This made the workday much easier to go through and eliminated a lot of related work stress.
In my time there I had more than a dozen different managers and almost all were very easy to work with, lived the company philosophies through their work and management styles and were eager to share and teach their skills to improve their direct reports.
The most difficult part of my job was meeting difficult deadlines and having to learn on the fly to meet project requirements.
The most enjoyable part of my job was the real bonus program the company constantly offered. This was not just through financial compensation but through other means such as tangible rewards, company outings and recognition for a job well done.
The company showed a desire to showcase individuals who had made accomplishments and excelled at aiding struggling workers to do and be better.
Reason for leaving the company was due to relocation to a city where they did not have a presence with available positions.