HR Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 April 2016
I worked for almost a decade in this company, started at DMR, actually their last year, which was fabulous and then experienced slow downfall. When Canada was absorbed by the US, things gone very bad. The processes got messed up, the company completely lost what they are selling and to who. Senior/executive management continues to change often, with no time to implement and follow a particular strategy, very big overhead costs, despite closing few offices across Canada. Salaries are all over the map. no consistency, no raises. They lost few big clients. Morale is very low. There is no succession planning. They try to succeed by bringing high paid employees from competitors, meanwhile overseeing their own great talent, that deserves promotion. if you are a talented Admin assistant, good luck getting out of your admin role. Lots of people work from home and it seems the only reason why they are still in the company. No social events or employees spending whatsoever. You might get occasional training if you are lucky and they are not on spending freeze.
flex schedule, work from home
stagnant, working environment no opportunity to grow.
CNC Lathe Operator (Current Employee) – Fujitsu Die Tech Corporation of the Philippines – 2 March 2017
I had learn a lot about CNC Lathe at Fujitsu for example the proper use of measuring instrument, set up the machine, basic maintenance, basic programming, rework and other skills. I'd really enjoy working on this company,and my co-employees. We shared each other our knowledge about CNC Lathe and how to analyze it. Sometimes there are parts that is difficult to Set Up so I will ask my co-operator to help me and we analyze the outcome then trial it until the parts become good.
call center enviroment with an enourmous amount of pressure
Analyste au support technique (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 26 September 2016
unfair schedule rotations favored the seniors . new comers expect unflexible schedules and night shifts. employee rec room but never enough time or breaks to be able to enjoy it,. snotty managers who would give you point blank scripted responses when procedures or integrity was questioned.
Technical Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Montreal, QC – 7 October 2014
Terrible job. Worked here for about 4 years and I wish I could take those years back. Negativity starts from the top. Manager comes in when he feels like it. Team Leads are clueless and delegate all the work to the agents. You receive a 50cent/hour raise after 6months. Then you might receive another 50cent/hour raise a year later. Don't expect anything else. Extremely lousy salary. Impossible to move up in the company because management has their cliques.
The leads and supervisors have nicknames for the agents and they are always making fun of people behind their backs.
The job itself is not very difficult but it is painful to deal with.
Also any skills you acquire at this job will not be helpful in any other work environment.
24/7 environment(odd work hours), negative work atmosphere, Salary - barely any raises
I was mostly reseller and end user focused. Not much management needed as I worked independently most of the time. Enjoyed meeting new customers and working with the to develop a business relationship of trust.
coffee machine and billiard where there always to have fun and getting refreshed
IT Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 8 February 2016
dealing with different type of client support. consisting of network , hardware , server , data base and online applications. A great opportunity to learn online support tools and skills. Management was one the greatest that I have ever had. Wise and efficient, using psychological methods to have the work done and also very friendly and humble. the hardest part was when I used to get stock in the process of helping the client , while me myself needed help. Fortunately manger was helpful always. fun environment.