Steady, fun work environment with potential to grow
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 December 2012
-Customer service and constant inventory duties are the basis of the day to activities. Pricing, stocking, loss prevention, shipping, receiving, cycle counts etc., are part the the daily inventory tasks. -further expanded skills of office equipment and computer skills. -The management was excellent. They were always fair and friendly. -All staff was friendly and more like a family then co-workers. -The hardest part of the job was keeping up with all new product technology specs. It required constantly updating my knowledge but really helped me to understand not only what it does but also why. -The most enjoyable part really was the staff. They made it a pleasure to come to work everyday.
Technical Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 May 2017
Must be able to put in long hours to get work done; must be able to multitask and adapt to constant changing environment, management fairly helpful & supportive; good benefits; there is some attempt to create social events but gets poor attendance due to poor morale; many and continuing job losses due to reorganizing
Assistant-Manager (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 20 February 2017
Nothing much to say except bad Human resources, bad R&D spending, bad purchasing and distributing and where did the marketing go? the objective when I got in back in the days was to "Own the Canadian Living Room"...
CADD System Specialist and Structural Designer (Current Employee) – Stony Plain, AB – 19 December 2016
Excellent company with diversity and growth potential. Limited application as a structural designer but challenging on-call projects. Some field work to scope out, review and assess equipment before design and detailing.
The jobs was to deal with every day consumer's complains and issues. Great team work but bad management who took always advantage of the non UK teams. Too many young incompetent employee and team leaders have advanced in their career just because there wasn't enough staff available.
Technical support Agent. (Former Employee) – El Salvador – 24 August 2016
Is a good place to start your first job and practice English in a Country that most of the people speak only Spanish, is also a place that the management is very bad at least here in El Salvador, they only aloud to grow if you are one of his friends.
Animation Intern (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 1 June 2016
The internship with Sony is really great. Learned a lot and made friends for life in the other interns. The artists who were in house at the time made it a point to get to know us and teach us. Hiring process was smooth and I felt comfortable there.
Great culture, fun people, free food
The studio was moving at the time, so I did not get the full experience
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 January 2016
Company relied heavily on their past successes to drive them forward. Failed to innovate and satisfy the needs of the changing customer base. Employees are constantly asked to do more with less. Company rewards employees fairly, however those with great innovative ideas do not get a chance to be heard.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 December 2015
Learned new products, met different types of customer. Resolved different types of customer issues. Role plays gives more confident in selling. Merchandising, functional demos of product. Nice team environment, learn and share each other