ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 September 2018
Work place autonomy. Very rewarding and chellenging. Must be a self starter that is willing to put the work to grow a territory. Overall leadership is weak and must be able to navigate a large company with very little support
Technical Support (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 30 August 2018
Met a lot of long-standing friends in this position, was well compensated and learned a lot about the IT and customer service field. Days were long and the shift bidding process was nerve wracking. Was laid off when the office was ramped down and eventually closed.
Accounts Receivable Analyst (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 15 August 2018
Dell was my first real job and I worked with them for over 10 years. They taught me a lot about the business and gave me numerous opportunities. However, the company changed over the years and, longer you stay, more you realize they truly suck all your energies. The extreme tight deadlines, very hard goals and work days that can go over 12 hours it's okay for someone starting their careers, but for someone with years in the market and who is looking for work life balance, it can be very hard and take you to a mental break.
Manager (Former Employee) – Canada – 8 August 2018
Good professional people and corporate etiquette. Diverse products from software -> s/w appliances -> hardware. Good corporate culture & bonus structure. Benefits are average/fair or what can be reasonably expected. Vacation time is on par (>5years - 4 weeks).
Good place to work, Great staff and support, Benefits and incentives were good.
Technical Support Representative (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 July 2018
Nice new place to work. Dell built the building originally and was first tenant. Staff were helpful and experienced. Managers were there for support and assistance when required. Got to work with and play on new Dell computers that were being released to the consumer. Testing new products.