Financial / Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 23 February 2017
I developed dashboard, reports and trained my juniors. Very nice working in the company but not many chances to grow. What I learn at my own, very less help and there are barriers made me going forward.
Principal Consultant (Former Employee) – Vanouver – 17 February 2017
Compugen is a strange company. It is nearly all siloed into a few specific delivery organisations. they compete, creating politics. I was there nearly 8 months, in that time I did not meet my boss even once or anyone from my team. No performance reviews, no orientation to start, emails ignored...just a really bizarre place to work. Eventually they made my position expendable, only 7 months after hiring a permanent employee.
Product Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 16 February 2017
This employment adventure began with a great deal of promise and with an absolutely exceptional manager - a lady that is truly one of a kind with true leadership skills - ability to listen, ability to address concerns quickly and fairly and who set a positive example for the team. She also trusted in the capabilities of each team member without micromanagement. Her departure from the company left a huge hole in the team and this affected the morale of the team.
The abysmal failure of the management to replace her and to provide competent and conscious guidance in the period after that led to the eventual collapse of the team - people resigned to move on to better positions and others were fired.
If one desires a place where you are promised good pay and professional advancement while working yourself to a frazzle without ever seeing it happen - come and work here. You will see your professional dreams evaporate. Every person in the team was promised not only good pay but more importantly - the opportunity to grow. This simply did not happen.
What did I learn? That this is a company where good employees go to waste, where communication is insincere, is scrambled as a broken radio and where an individual team member is as valuable as toilet paper.
A BIG disappointment.
Work from home, relatively flexible working hours
No support from management, poor communication, delays in compensation/reimbursement for expenses
Technician (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 26 January 2017
Generally the work is good but there are issues with career advancement and technical training. Can't expense time or money on new skills and certifications unless your current position requires it. Limited upward mobility. Notorious for keeping techs on monthly contracts for years. Considers most people replaceable and underpays frequently.
Warehouse Receiver (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 16 January 2017
people work in this company have old mentality, and it's hurt to improve the work environment. people has been working to long, and it's difficult to change the system, need new technology to improve productivity.
Service Desk Analyst (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 28 September 2016
Working at Compugen is a great experience. It is a very good company to work for. I really loved working there. The team is great. I get my pay cheques on time every half a month. And the pay is quite competitive to other companies. Management often treats employees at Vancouver site. Lots of social events such as hiking. Compugen is a fast growing company. Clients love Compugen because the team members are excellent, service is great! Harry is a great CEO!
Computer Service Technician (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 18 August 2016
I just working here to replace a technician which was on sick leave for one month. In general, the working environment was pretty sweet and chill. So, I do have nothing to complain except maybe for the slow delay getting all my different applications accesses.
Good place to work. Excellent ralationhips with team workers.
Retired from Compugen Inc. Richmond Hill (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 29 March 2016
Compugen Inc. is a multicultural employees with no sign of discrimination and everyone is equal. The owner and president of the company is a warm, friendly intelligent person, and he is leading his company in good direction for the good of the employee.