NCR through Regulus was the best set of companies via takeovers I ever worked for
Lettershop Operator (Former Employee) – Foster City, CA – 12 October 2012
I got to advance fairly quickly, the benefits were great, I got the shift I wanted, excellent training, all the overtime I wanted, the salary was the best I ever made, the people were awesome, the management worked for the people, and I miss it. I got to break every record on the books, and I never had so much fun at a job in my life. The only hard part of the job, was dealing with down equipment.
it was very pro-employee, and there was nothing to complain about.
Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 17 February 2017
The people who dish out calls are dumb, they don't know what they're doing and some can barely speak a lick of English. I hate when I get 4 different calls in the same 10 minutes from 4 different phillipinos trying to tell me how to do my job better. They themselves can't even fathom what I do.
Administration Assistant (Former Employee) – Kingdom of Bahrain – 31 October 2016
There was a system I appreciate this company because they are very accurate in there business no one of the employees can do mistake because of NCR system I got so much benefits when I was working with them
First Level Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – 6360 Northwest dr, etopicoke – 30 August 2016
Smart Driving skills, best communication with supervisors and Helpdesks companies. working with security companies like G4S and guarda motivates me makes me feel confidence by travel inside airport, in the cities
Client support (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 28 July 2016
The management in different departments is very rude to employees. They are often shouting and being condescending even though they don't understand what the nature of the job is. There's a lot of swearing in the rooms and no corporate events whatsoever.
Technical Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 13 July 2016
Typical work day is to complete all assigned tasked, I have learned that the customer was our number one priority both internal and external Working at this company the environment was friendly,everyone was courteous and respectful to each other. My co-workers was a second family. .
Customer Engineer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 May 2016
A typical day at NCR involves challenging opportunities every time. I learned how to manage my time and my priorities. The management and co-workers are open and are willing to help whenever I need help with anything.
Field Support Agent (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 October 2015
This company cares about its employees. I worked the later shift and they always made sure we were still a part of the events such a pot lucks and Christmas events. They were always training us and even offered a points system redeemable for cool items. This was a very fast paced job so it was never boring. I would go back to this company in a heartbeat.
Mechanical Design Co-op Student (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 26 February 2015
Demanding environment, however they play hard too. There is a culture of creativity and support that is amazing to be a part of. Every Friday is some sort of treat - ice cream in the summer and cookies and hot chocolate in the winter. The people you are surrounded by are brilliant and extremely caring; everyone there will go out of their way to help another person. Your schedule is relatively flexible and they do their best to optimize your working environment.
Customer Service Engineer (Former Employee) – edmonton alberta – 19 March 2014
• Installed and serviced ATM and POS for major banks and large chain grocery stores. • Provide onsite service in a professional and timely manner as per customer requirements. • Working as part of NCR's installation team in Alberta, British Columbia, Toronto, Montreal, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. • Worked with NCR contractors servicing major retailers in Edmonton and Northern Alberta. • Ability to gain client's trust by delivering services as promised with confidence.