Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 17 August 2017
Being strapped to a phone and desk all day isn't good for anyone. While management doesn't listen to their staff regarding the day to day deployment of products BlackBerry threw away their reputation and the staff suffered for it.
Systems Analyst II (B2B Integration) (Current Employee) – Cambridge, ON – 16 August 2017
I loved working at BlackBerry, they have a fantastic culture and respect for employees, also the workplace is the most dynamic I have ever worked in. I enjoyed my work there and I felt the results I got were greatly appreciated. Constant feedback was also a great motivator.
Data Network Assistant (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 9 August 2017
I was a part of the Network Design Team. Work was all project based so we had well defined timelines. Everyone was very helpful and always eager to offer their suggestions. Immense respect among team members and managers knew their roles well.
Head of Sales and Marketing (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 4 July 2017
Inspired and motivated staff who like to work hard and play hard. I worked at BlackBErry from 2008-2015. A lot of changes through that time and much more since I left. The compnay is now software only with no devices or BBM.
great environment - motivating with good leadership
Beta Software Tester (Co-op) (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 8 June 2017
Work culture is great but it is difficult to find a job for full time as there is no vacancy. Overall, it is a great place to work as a co-op. The co-workers are so great and willing to help anytime you need them.
Cyber Security (Current Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 2 June 2017
Not recommended for experts that do the job professionally. Lack of the knowledge and learning. Lack of the promotions. Lack of the leadership and good decision making. Lack of team work and knowledge share.
opportunity for juniors to learn basics.
poor management, poor salary and benefits, poor knowledge share and no team work at all.
Quality Analyst (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 22 May 2017
Leadership in the hay days was very poor as a result there was no strategic innovation and the company underwent spiral fall. However, there were attempts to recover but in vain. The middle management and senior VPs were working in extreme silos and no engagement with staff. The HR was never for employees so work culture really was in a bad shape.