IMACD Manager (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – December 1, 2015
Great place to work, positive learning envrionment. The most enjoyable part of my job was collebrating with other groups and expressing options on process and procedures, and having the priviledge of managing myself and the service I provided. The job became a bit more intense during an RFP, which unfortunately we did not win.
IT Support Analyst (Full-Time) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – July 17, 2015
- A typical day at work includes dealing with any and every issues that may and do arise - Issues may include software, hardware, disaster recovery, projects, maintenance lifecycle - Incredible experience working at the Toronto General Hospital, lots of fun people - No one day is like the other - Management does it's best - Co-workers are very sociable - The hardest part about the work is adjusting to unpredictable shifts - The most enjoyable part about the work is solving users problem.
ON SIte Tech (Former Employee) – Mississauga – June 24, 2015
They use a bait switch Where they give you a contract for a short term 3 months then when you have done good work and get a contract for 1 year they drop your rate significantly even though you have done good work happy customers they drop your pay rate..
You also are required to use your own vehicle your own phone plan and they will nickel and dime you on the mileage and phone bill.
Always short change you
Poor management skills
it takes over a month before you get your first paycheck and EVERYTHING until then comes out of pocket
I would not recommend this company to anyone unless you are willing to get shortchanged or EXTREMELY DESPERATE ... Even then I would hesitate to send anyone to this pit of a company FYI high turnover this place churns through people
Shady Management Out pofclet expenses LONG time to get reembursed
Several (Former Employee) – Calgary – May 25, 2015
I have many good friends that I have made through working here. The people I worked with are consistently knowledgeable in their areas of expertise and are more than willing to share. However most of us never received a raise in over 5 years of employment. Also most managers seems to have no idea who their employees are or what they do.
Many good people who are very knowledgeable in their fields.
Clueless management, who often don't know what their employees do.
incident management/client care (Current Employee) – toronto, ont – March 31, 2015
I would prefer not to provide a review at this time. This was not a positive experience. I felt there was a lack of proper direction and many times I was pulled in multiple directions at the same time. I was a team player and did whatever was asked, but i did find this added a lot of stress