Senior software developer (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 4 April 2017
good learning place, but no challenge. I don't recommend to work here, all technology is very old. young people should meet the challenge place, like internet, AI, robotic industry, telecom is not good for you.Worked at different big software projects. Strong working experience in distributing computing and multi thread system.Excellent experienced software project management and planning.
Very flexible hours and have very understanding management. They have a multicultural positive environment, a lot of training opportunities. It is hard to become part of management and promotion is hard to come.
Integration/Support Engineer RAN & Core (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 February 2017
Ericsson is a good company, and on the top of the telecom industry for many year. Reduced lots of overtime work then before to give employees better work/life balance The culture is more tolerance and friendly.
Free and self management to get better work life balance
less chance to get hands-on training, probably for saving cost
Great work culture along with great people to work with
Software Developer (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 4 February 2017
Worked in XFT where we participate develop features on 4G LTE. Participated in daily scrums where we provide update on current work items and discuss issues that arise from testing and development. Learned a lot of about the application layer of the communication protocol.
Work culture is great, you are provided a mentor and there are product experts who are always willing to help. There are a lot of positions and jobs that allow the ability for you to move around. Teams from time to time will go on team building events in the area. There is a fooseball table for when you would need a break. Hardest part of the job is ramping up and learning about the product, but the people around you are always there available to help.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 January 2017
Very enjoyable environment. The company is always working to ensure you have everything you need to build a foundation in order to create a future for yourself. Management is wonderful and the culture has so many traditions, it's lovely!
Software and Communications Engineer (Former Employee) – Kanata, ON – 20 September 2016
A typical day of work would consist of an early meeting with my team to discuss progress on projects and news. Then I would go to a meeting regarding a specific feature being developed. The group consists of different types of engineers all working together to try and get the feature complete. We would discuss obstacles, progress, and upcoming work. The team worked in an agile way; all the work was done concurrently and work load is shared even if it is not specific to your field. I had the chance to work with systems, software, and PV engineers. The rest of the day I would spend programming, testing, and consulting other people.
I learned a lot about software engineering, feature development in large companies, Wi-Fi, and mesh networks.
The hardest part of the job was getting proper instructions and specifications for features. Sometimes my group felt disconnected from the company. Hard time getting set up with the equipment needed for work, a lot of time was wasted unnecessary.
The most enjoyable part of my work was getting to do different tasks, and learning about software development in the industry. I had a chance to work on many diverse projects that I feel have made me a well-rounded individual in regards to software and communication engineering.
Snr. Engr. BO Fulfilment Team Lead (Former Employee) – Guildford, UK – 16 September 2016
A great environment that allows work life balance. Flexible work from home policy and a flat management. Great work colleagues with diverse knowledge. Grat room for career growth and structured layed out learning plans.