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Pros:- Good place to work- good work life balance- They give a good stock grant - Stable industry- Expanding a lot- Good benefits- Easy to relocate to the USCons- Poor People management.- English is hardly spoken inside- Cheeky recruiters (& HR) will do their best to hire you at a lower salary- No diversity here at all, 80% Chinese, 20% "gangs" based on nationality- They don't separate technical leadership from people management, and the result is a boring work culture
Good benefits and challenging work. Free Coffee and tea, nice facilities with plenty of parking space. Lots of perks, you will have to get a job there to find out for yourself, you will be awed, I promise. Oh, just one more thing, complementary breakfast every Friday:)
Fortinet is a great place to work. It's a very face paced and rapidly growing so there's always room for advancement. Employee engagement still has to be worked on but great culture overall.
Free dinners and
Long hours and high expectations
I have been working for over eight years. People and technology are excellent. However, at the CEO & CTO has no vision, to control, cause management to be yes men. Until CEO & CTO is replaced this company will ever be a true class. IT company. Sad.
Good people, technologies interesting
CEO & CTO to controller, causing management to yes man's
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Typical days would involve scrubbing leads and making calls and sending emails. Booking a sale whenever possible. I learned to self motivate as there is a lack of leadership in my position (BDR) Hardest part of the job would be keeping pace with the ever growing targets and lack of listening from management. Best part of the job is working at your own pace (as long as you maintain targets, there aren't any questions)
Bagel Friday's, work at your own pace
lack of management/leadership
Good place to gain work experience and knowledge, sometimes the workload and stress can be high to achieve the targets, management is usually supportive in most cases. Good friendly workplace culture.
knowledge gaining, friendly workplace culture
Work at home. So can be challenging. Rest of the time travelling in the GTA to meet customers. Management is remote. hardest part of the job is working at home. Most enjoyable is finding and closing new customers.