Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 19 March 2018
Easygoing but productive environment. Learned a lot about inventory handling. Friendly and mentoring management style. Culture was heavily biased on Quality output rather the quantity. Must pass Quality control audits. The most enjoyable part of the job at IBM was the absence of pressure at the time.
Great place to work with big clients lots of learning opportunities very helpful and dependable peers opportunities to diversify profile as you get to work on projects with different profiles such as developer, BA or perform health checks
Senior IT Consultant (Former Employee) – Bedford, NS – 14 March 2018
Managers always want to keep the budget minimum by denying senior associates projects. Not a good place if you are experienced. The management is not competent enough to bring more projects to the center. Bench time is too high. There are not enough motivating factors in the Bedford CIC.
This is what I am seeking is to work remotely as I have been doing so for the past 5 years. I was able to produce more efficiently working remotely. All meetings were with many resources from different locations so if I was at the office, I would see no one for meetings.
Excellent work environment and great work/life balance
Content Designer for Db2 (Former Employee) – 8200 Warden Avenue – 5 March 2018
They are not particularly strict about what time you come in as long as you complete 8 hours a day and work between the core hours of 10am-2pm. Management is your typical hierarchical structure. Teams have weekly or biweekly scrum meetings and larger divisional meetings happen every so often. They have facilities for downtime which include the tennis tables, pool tables, foosball, the gym and the cafeteria.
Easily accessible by public transit or highway, free access to the gym
IT Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 March 2018
I enjoyed working at IBM and especially enjoyed the interaction with smart motivated colleagues trying to do their best for clients. Sometimes the company seems more focused on quarterly results than on longer plays that may position better outcomes in the future. That said, the IT waterfront is changing constantly so the quarter to quarter focus might be justified.
Sr. Technical Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 March 2018
Dynamic and resourceful IT professional with over 18 years’ experience of Enterprise Architecture. Project Management, Infrastructure Technical Lead in IT industry with a strong customer service attitude, exceptional organizational ability and communication skills.
Representative (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 28 February 2018
Too much work, too little employees, no interest from management in anything but their own pockets, no chance for advancement, on contract for 4+ years, no job security, no benefits, no perks, Forced to work OT without getting paid, hours are sometimes rediculous, 24/7 on call is rediculous and little to no personel training.