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Diversity is something that I immediately recognized during those first few weeks. The environment is open, creative, there is always something going on... it's a fun place with numerous opportunitiess to develop new skills... it's also very professional in its approach to employee training and career advancement. The pace is fast and the work is exciting. Make good use of your time if you are hired as a temporary contract worker.
Free dinner and dessert every Friday, free gym
It's an amazing place and I loved my time there. But they hire graduates and work them hard then dispose of them so a new wave can come in. Corporate culture is to make the next title a success. That's it. When they're done with you you can expect to be shown the door with barely time to pack your belongings. But do it anyway. It's a fantastic experience while it lasts.
Lots of perquisites. Fascinating field. Contributing to something big. Fun environment.
Work-life balance. All or nothing approach to managing people.
I dont believe there are many opportunities to grow on the management side unless you are will to relocate. The people are nice and there are some high end management personnel to tend to but in general its a great team.
Lots of perks and great benifits
No room for advancement/growth
Great environment and team, dog friendly environment (burnaby) Contracts are terrible for starting employees, contracting company doesn't really have an understanding of what's going on
- Give different people different guidelines in selecting leaders. Not as inclusive nor equal as they are advertising. - Work content is not equivalent to pay grade, you need to take on a lot more but pay is not equal. - Work environment is good. - Most of people are good. - Dog friendly place.
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Hard to get recognized for achievements. Setbacks on the other hand are quickly pointed out and used against advancement. On the positive side, facilities are awesome with indoor gym and basketball court. Many training programs and equipments available.
Worked at EA under a yearly contract and was very pleased. Prior to working here, I heard a lot of negative things about the company, but none of that was present on the team I was on. I can't say the same about every team though and there are a ton of them. The team I was surrounded with was amazingly helpful. Hours were okay for the most part, there were moments were the team had to kick it into another gear and work more than expected (varies team to team though). The facilities were amazing. Access to a gymnasium, and weight room. Eco and Dog friendly workplace. Cafeteria was solid. etc. Overall, they really care about your mental well-being and ability to be productive. A lot of what makes the work more enjoyable are the people around you and I was fortunate to work with some great people.
Working at the Burnaby campus came with a lot of perks. Employees were able to bring dogs to work. Access to really nice gym, very convenient. It’s fast paced and a good place to learn and grow.
I am, very grateful for had this amazing opportunity to work at this AAA big giant of the Market. Always the things can be improved, but I think the Company walking very good and I wish the guys listen to the new generation as a good sign of the taste for games of the Customers worldwide
Dream job, for a gamer! Requires a lot of hours but the pay off is great if you are into teamwork and accomplishing goals. Company treats employees well, food trucks, great food, and bonuses for goals met.
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