Senior Wireless RAN Engineer (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 10 September 2017
A wonderful place to start off your career, a lot of opportunity is given to fresh men to explore and grow in their chosen career. There are tons of documents available to new hires to help build competence.
Senior Hardware Engineer (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 3 February 2018
I am a current Huawei employee and my experience here has been great. I worked with a lot of smart people and learnt alot. Management is great and is generally supportive if you want to try something new.
Cons: 1) Hard to move upwards. Organization is relatively flat.
Project Lead/Engineer (Former Employee) – Pakistan – 10 January 2018
working with Huawei is really a tough job when it comes to achieve targets but on same time, it gave me boost and well experience to work in intense environment and how to calm myself to achieve goals and this helped me alot to achieve targets which proved as one of best employee of the company.
Management (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 22 August 2017
I worked for Huawei Canada for 7 years. Since few years Huawei Canada environment has deteriorated due to bullying, shouting and humiliation behaviour in the meetings. Dignity of staff is severely damaged in the work place. People work for Huawei has almost no family life. Govt agencies should take action against Chinese expats. Company is good if you plan to work for couple of years but never ruin your life for staying long time.
good for new commers.
five people work load for one person. no family time, self respect and dignity goes into drain. slavery environment. Expats are biased.
Logistics Specialist (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 18 July 2017
This company is a Asia culture base company. Lots of complicated human relationship problem internally. Not many people can enjoy or stay long in this company. Its not a suggestion one. Lots of over time, lots of meeting. Lots of internal audits.
its great to work at huawei can know more knowledge on there product
Site Engineer (Current Employee) – Central Visayas, Philippines – 19 June 2017
* can manage time management at site * able to perform some troubleshooting on site * manage / supervise sub contractor during installation *hardest part on the job during software upgrade on HUAWIE CX600 - X8 which on live network
have allowance on hotel and pier dime
too much work at night without overtime fee due to their package allowance
Engineer (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 26 May 2017
Management system is corrupted. Very mafia based. If you are their kisser, then you should be fine. This means that most of the managers were not eligible to be a good people manager rather some good kissers. Anyhow, if you have another offer, I don't recommend this company and if you have not just join them and look around actively.
FP&A Manager of Huawei Canada (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 February 2017
- management is getting mature after more than 10 years continuously improving its internal progress and simplifying policies. - a challenging place facing tough deadlines and very tough target - keep learning new things by job rotation - learned project accounting and financial management, - learned BCP here - the best thing here is meeting excellent people, travelling around, learning a lot from global team
excellent people, travelling around, learning a lot from global team
Ontario Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 November 2016
Huawei is a decent company to work for. There are some really good people there who do what is best to grow the business. There isn't always alignment on what should be done to move forward which results in lack of direction