Senior Manager, Solution Architecture (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 August 2017
The executive team is made of partners of the old Jena Systems, who made billions in the Oracle deal. Back together in NexJ, they are micro managers without clear strategic goals. Directions changes from day-to-day and they are used to engage in verbal fights using foul language. New grads and entry-level employees enjoy the culture that offers simple treats, but senior staff struggle as they role changes from frequently and bullied by the executive team. Thier healthcare division is a failure and has survived by FedDev funds without any stable revenue.
Free treats, location
Lack of direction, poor management, too many cooks
Senior Developer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 August 2015
Very intelligent people from the industry Good place for new grads or short-term entry level positions Unusually high turnover rate (even for a startup) Basic perks - free bagel Friday, fruit Wednesday Lack of work/ life balance - Be prepared for long work hours Absence of clear strategic direction and bullish antics from the executive level are only counter productive to this company’s growth Note: Check the current stock price and latest fiscal results
Free bagels, Free fruit
No clear direction, Aggressive environment, Clash between the Business and the Product
Network Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 January 2014
To meet the deadlines of the project. Learned new technologies of Cisco, Juniper etc. The management is good and the supervisor is one of the best I ever seen. The culture and the co-workers are great. I didn't remember any hardest part of this job. Every day is enjoyable
Framework Developer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 December 2012
a company with lots of co-operative students from university of waterloo, the workers are very young and the culture is healthy. inter-department differentiation is a bit vague and the QAs are mostly done by the co-op students.