Sales (Former Employee) – Warden, ON – 11 March 2017
One of the worst places to work. Agreed no training. You get thrown in and it's sink or swim. For a software company there own software is so outdated. Always freezing or crashing. People are phony and stab you in the back in a heartbeat. Turn around is crazy. They offer you more than what you ask for in hopes you will stay on. That's because your doing the work of two people or more. Work load is extremely heavy. I have always been a pro at multitasking but that's just not possible at Jones. Totally unorganized.......
Productive and fun workplace with fitness, tai chi, P90x and tennis table
BI Consultant - Technical Reports Writer (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 7 July 2015
Love the Olympics events at Jonas. This type of activities helps to promote the competitive strategy within organization and align it with the business strategy.
The most enjoyable part of the job - work with Data Mart, Data Warehouse, Business Intelligence, IT, SQL, Data Analysis and Reports... As well as promote Data Mart at different levels and create huge BI library with the Tips and Trick for different departments and customers.
The hardest part of the job - introduce the Machine Learning, statistics and R for the established business process.
Support Analyst Construction Department (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill – 7 April 2015
If you want a career that will make you work under pressure all the time with little or no training at all, high expectations and no career advancement in sight and you only want a personal challenge/achievement and just to have something that will pay your bills - then this is the place. Once you get in - you work hard and hard - you won't get anything in return. Everyone has more in their plate they can handle and yet still asked to help out. Micro-management and office politics is all over the place. Software has so many bugs and no one takes ownership of them. Mgmt is cheap and turns a blind eye when it comes to promotion - they will rather let go of an asset rather than giving them well-deserved $$...