Site Lead Technical Consultant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 June 2017
The Company , although go through restructuring , has issues and those issues do not seem to be changing . I am disappointed in the Merit recognition , especially when you out perform and excel in your duties. I have noticed major infractions on Ethics and it does not sit well as you attempt to perform ethically against the odds of your own management.
CORRECTIONAL OFFICER (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 26 June 2017
Management is corrupt, there is a lot of harassment and inequality especially if you are a woman. Training is horrible and mental health is not taken seriously. The work environment is very negative and it is very hard to thrive, job reward is zero. There is a lot of information about Edmonton Institution and its toxic environment in the media.
overtime is always available
very hard to stay positive and keep work from affecting your life
Coordonnateur du service à la clientèle (Former Employee) – Anjou, FR – 9 March 2017
I learned to be more efficient & productive. It an ongoing job, thus I need to fix the priority and find the right solution for the issues. The customer pass always first, we need to keep that in mind. With all the calls received, all the emails & costumer roadcalls, we need to keep our focus in our shop too. To keep an eye on the technicians & the jobs to be done
System Administrator (Former Employee) – Bellevue, WA – 20 September 2016
My only raise in the last 5 years was because of a management reorg and my 'manager' had nothing to do with the contract I was working on.
At the least my direct managers and leads were good folk the overall culture is about getting new clients which is good if you are a sales guy but a whole lot of so what if you are the sysadmin actually keeping things running and working.
Anyway no raises and the feeling like they want to sell a big hunk of the contracted service part the company do not contribute to a great overall rating.
Director (Current Employee) – Canada – 9 September 2016
Like every large organizations - things take time to move forward. There is a lot of history and processes at play. CSC is transforming itself and shedding a lot of people along the way. Ultimately, it will transform itself but may take time.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 17 August 2016
Managers, supervisors are very accommodating and approachable. They will give you extensive training before employment. They have healthy and professional working environment. Employees are very cooperative and supportive. They work as a team.
Service Executive- (Current Employee) – ... – 26 April 2016
CSC has been going through change for the last 3 years and have let go some really good people. Alot of focus has been put on targets and numbers and skills that they require rather than focusing on their employees. M=