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International Road Dynamics Inc
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About the company

  • CEO
    Rish Malhotra
  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25m to $100m (CAD)
  • Industry


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Rating is calculated based on 16 reviews and is evolving.


System Engineer/TSS/Tech Support in Saskatoon, SK
on 18 April 2018
little growth of knowledge, low salary, too much politics
It was a family owned business and publicly traded. But was bought out by another company. The entire family and close friends were holding top positions within the company, and held a lot of shares. Since they sold all their shares, some at 4-10 times the value, they have no skin in the game. There are very little incentives for employee growth. They do not facilitate learning. They don't mention it, but really hate it when men take parental leave. They are making losses. The parent company says they need to cut costs, but they are cutting people from the bottom, while the family in the management are padding the pockets. It is a drowning ship. People who have been here dozen years are being laid off. Project work is slowing down, but the number of people in management are same or increasing. I hope the CEO of the parent company looks at this review, and atleast takes some stern action to put the company back into shape. The company has a lot of bright people and a lot of potentials. But a lot of it is getting drowned under the day to day noise.
Engineer in Saskatoon, SK
on 13 December 2019
No career advancement
too may family members in positions of power. Even though this company is a publicly owned company. The scope of career growth is low. Little to no company paid training.
Telematics Sales Manager in Saskatoon
on 8 March 2018
Worked remotely out of province
Worked remotely out of province so had little corporate interaction. Was a family business for 35 years until it was taken over by WiLan. Lost its small company vibe unfortunately.
Maintenance Contract Manager in Saskatoon, SK
on 25 February 2018
Work is challenging and rewarding, compensation needs work.
IRD is a good place to work, with a culture that encourages a good work life balance and healthy happy employees. In my experience, they do have an issue with showing gratitude to employees in the way of increasing compensation, being completely happy to give you a cost of living increase every year and nothing else, unless you confront them directly. The job can be hard, because the systems are very complex and there's a lot to know, you need to rely on other departments to make sure you understand what's required. The culture at IRD is quite good, with plenty of lunches and snacks and holiday activities etc.
Senior Software Developer in Saskatoon, SK
on 31 January 2018
Looked better on paper than in day to day
Worked there only briefly, while the HR and upper management seem apt and friendly, they're also very busy so it's tough to get direction and guidance. Which is where supervisors / team leads would typically fill in, but there were strong personalities that were not anymore helpful. They had a great lunch room, the odd BBQ catered in, cold treats on hot days, but parts of the company culture / personalities need more attention from upper management.

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