People and Growth (Current Employee), Toronto – April 4, 2013
Pros: friendly, career growth, training, pay
Softchoice has two distinct personalities. On one side, it's incredibly competitive, driven and innovative. There's a constant stream of training to help people succeed. It rewards strong performances and has a lot of opportunity for advancement and growth - vertically and laterally.
On the other side, Softchoice has a great, fun culture. With dogs – more... in most offices, paid volunteer time, charity work, a strong Corp Social Responsibility policy and beer cart Fridays, there is definitely a softer side to Softchoice.
People that are successful here are able to balance both sides, recognizing that hard work and a focus on success means you get to appreciate the added perks. The company reinvests in itself and the future looks bright. – less
Operation (Former Employee), Toronto – November 14, 2014
Pros: the people
Cons: the pay, the senior leadership team
Yes the people are great, senior leadership team is a joke. The company is tanking, and they treat anyone that's not in sales as a second class citizen almost. Having worked there for 4 years... Yes you want to go in because of the people... But even that is diminishing since they will basically hire anyone since they want to pay you 35k and expect – more... you to work 12 hours every month and quarter end. – less
Desktop Support Analyst (Current Employee), Coquitlam, BC – August 2, 2013
Get to work, unpack the PCs, I learned about teamwork...to work together as a team. I love what I do I don't see any hardest part of the job. When the project done on time that the most enjoyable part of the job.
Account Executive (Current Employee), East – December 13, 2013
If you work at the headquarters you can bring your dog to work. If you're in a US remote office there is not much of a work atmosphere as you're independent, on the road and making your own schedule most of the time. It's a very young company with a focus on a "drinking" culture. In the main office they have Beer Cart Friday. Hardest part of the job – more... is brand recognition in the US and building a new client base. Most enjoyable part of the job is the freedom and flexibility to make your own schedule and building relationships with your clients. – less