Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 18 May 2017
Constant changes in the market and in Insights response to challenges makes the culture and job difficult to grow and build relationships with clients or with co-workers. If you thrive in a transactional atmosphere you will do well.
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Great team. I enjoyed my time there.
It Technician (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 22 March 2017
I worked there as an intern. I was really sorry to leave because it was an enjoyable place to work and to perfect myself. Overall it's a great company.
An OK place to work. The Work environment is good but they do not appreciate the efforts that you put in. the culture is good over there and you get to eat a lot of free food due to onsite vendors. They have favoritism. If they like you and you're a part of their inner circle, they'll sing for you on your Birthday. If they don't like you, your hard work will never be noticed. They do not like giving monetary appreciation to their hard workers.
I love the corporate culture at Insight. the management is result-oriented and does not believe in micro management. the team is strong and focused and therefore gets the desired results most of the times. the management does not cause panic and stress without a reason. in times good and bad, motivating employees is the prime goal of management.
Great place to start because they accept pretty much anyone. Great if you want to learn about IT, but not so great in terms of management and it's a very sales oriented place since it's a public traded company. When I asked the CEO a question genuinely, I was looked at as trying to cause trouble.
It was my company so clearly I am bias as to its operations.
Director/CEO (Former Employee) – Manchester – 27 March 2012
New company formed in 1997 by myself. Exciting to develop from an idea to reality. Met lots of interesting people and established good relationships with most. Learning curve to identify funding availability and limitations. Long hours and lot of worries but exciting to see it all become a reralityu.
to be able to help disadvantaged individuals, and their familys