Compensation and Benefits Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 March 2017
Too much focus on short term business lacking long term strategies. Too much financial control and reporting taking up time to do real business. Realize the value of people but downsizing created insecured feelings
Technical Support Representative (Former Employee) – Pickering, ON – 24 January 2017
The training was clear, the team and manager were all very supportive. I felt that I was well prepared for the job that I was hired for and my co-workers were very approachable whenever I had any questions.
Customer Engineer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 April 2016
Traveled daily to various customer sites providing support on various computer hardware products as a service provider for a number of different computer and IT companies. Frequent standby and overtime was a part of this job. Learned about many different platforms of computer equipment and about servicing them in a customer environment. Management was very supportive and aware of the daily operations of the field technicians.I had a great group of co-workers in my work group. Time management was one of the most difficult parts of the job since often it was challenging to complete all the activities required of the job. Most enjoyable part was meeting customers and getting positive feedback from them.
Customer Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 20 April 2016
Conference Call to discuss the daily work load 15 to 20 minutes. Dispatch the team to the filed with the specific assignments and the ability to modify in case of emergency calls. Follow up with the team leader on regular basis and update the call status. Close the day and return all defective parts back to the warehouse. Conference call to discuss any hanging issues and the steps to resolve it. - Learned to keep my work knowledge up to date. - Managed my own territory and assist others in case of emergency. - My co-workers are very helpful and have good relation with each other. - Traffic Jams. - Resolving a problem and making the customer satisfied.
Consultant Level 4 (Current Employee) – Hyderabad, AP – 29 August 2015
Good company to work with. Employee can surely enjoy the tenure. You will get good scope for learning new things. I completed my Microsoft certification and also learnt SQL and SSRS in this organization.
Field Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto – 24 July 2015
I have worked with Unisys for 9 years under contract. At first it was a good company to work for then it was all down hill. Management and a lot of politic and trying to cap your wages or decrease them by 15%
The job it's self was fun
Managment all ways messing with somthing that works
Senior Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – north york – 11 July 2015
accounting work being outsource to USA or India, so everyday have to talk to various group of people (in different time zone) to co-ordinate the work to make sure everything being input and process properly.
Senior Account Exec (Former Employee) – Toronto Financial – 30 March 2015
Unisys at the time I joined was a merger between Burroughs and Sperry Univac - two major players in the early years of computing. It was a great place to be to start my career in business systems.
My success and survival during very challenging years for this company, was due to my expertise in a specific application where there was a niche that the financial community demanded; that being remittance processing and cash management.
Although its been many years since I was with Unisys, I still have close friends from there.