What is it like to work at Incognito Software?

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HR & Finance Chief Privacy Officer
Written by Finance and HR Manager, Chief Privacy Officer (Former Employee) from Vancouver, BC on 15 October 2012
Combined a typical day at work with what I learned full cycle accounting, payroll, benefits administration, insurance review, recruitment, SR&ED tax credits, wage subsidy grants, co-op hiring, training and development, employee handbook development, organizational development, multi-jurisdiction HR legislation. How to influence and persuade top level - more ... executives to benefit the company through their people and through their bottom line.

My co-workers were creative and technical people who really loved the creativity of there work and discovering solutions

The hardest part of the job was coordi ... - less
Prosfreedom to learn and develop new ideas that impacted the company positively
Consfinancial constraints
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