Boring products, low salaries, horrible office space layout
SW engineer (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 17 January 2018
Most reviews and salaries on here are fake, entered by the HR of the company. Salaries in Bluecat are on the low end of the IT industry. Their developers make around 65-75K while in any other equivalent job they could have made 85-95K for junior and intermediate engineers. The job culture is as of a geriatrics hospital and there is zero vibe in the office (ok, there is a vibe of an elderly home care. I guess) The only good thing is that the work-life balance. They never work weekends or extra hours which is great. The office looks like a sweatshop in the far east and there are very few women in the engineering group (and most of them are not in tecky roles). To summarize, I would recommend Bluecat only if you can't find any other job or you don't look for anything challenging in this stage of your life.
Good work-life balance
Boring products, low salaries, horrible office space
Accounting Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 October 2016
Rapidly growing company. Great Kitchen and food include breakfast. I've learned from the basic to intermediate level. Unexpected company events. you will love it. They take party periodically. If you decide to aboard, Just enjoy with cats.
Nice workplace and friendly co-wokers
Not well organized so far, Cause they are rapidly growing
Technical Account Manager (Current Employee) – North York, Ontario, Canada – 7 January 2015
Everyday is an exciting day in the office, never know what to expect. It could be an easy going day and all of a sudden a high urgent issue comes up where it needs to be resolved within minutes. That is what make this job exciting.
From DHCP issues to DNS issues, all types of issues are unique and sometimes complex. It's always interesting to troubleshoot and use tools such as tcpdump and Wireshark to see what's actively happening across the network. Not to mention, seeing interesting messages in syslog's.
Management and co-workers are easy to work with and everyone get's along great. Everyone is open for ideas and ultimately work together to help make everyone's job and life easier.
Revenue Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 March 2014
My co-workers are very friendly and wonderful people. Everyday is just meaningful. I learned a lot and devloped a lot of skills as an Accountant and Analyst. The most enjoyable part of the job is to be involved in the analysis and decision-making of new projects . Its a challenge during quarter-end and Audit periods. Mid -Management have minimal authority, major decision making is still on top-management.
Caters breakfast and lunch on a very minimal cost.