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    Rating is calculated based on 8 reviews and is evolving.


    Compositor in Montréal, QC
    on 7 May 2019
    Productive and fun place.
    I had the pleasure to work with senior compositors who were always easy to approach and very nice over all. The ambiance of the place is very nice and the people are always smiling.
    senior compositor {Nuke} in Vancouver, BC
    on 3 May 2018
    Fine and positive working enviroment
    Best working place I know. Preciselly defined jobs, nice support. Comunicative and straitforward management and HR. Low overtiming. ++++++++++++++++++
    Prep Artist in Vancouver, BC
    on 11 October 2017
    Great place to work. Opportunities for growth are good.
    Truly multicultural workforce with a team approach for both work and play. The location is central to restaurants and services.The Olympic village Skytrain station is a 5 minute walk away. The leads are well experienced and provide a collaborative work environment. Training is well thought out and available through the Double Negative in house website. The workday is 8:00 to 6:00. with some overtime. Generally Double Negative is aware of the needs of it's workforce and meets them.

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