- Salary is good
- Work-Life balance is good
- Mobility options are available
- The cafeteria is not good
- Good place to work for financial services
- Lots of technology being used across different teams
Unless you are a manager according to Alberta Employment Standards you should be completing a weekly time sheet, even if on salary, as you qualify for Overtime Pay and only a time sheet tracks your OT. This company pays no OT, no banking of OT, no signed averaging agreements. Be prepared to work very long hours for free.
I had a lovely internship experience thanks to my supportive team and attentive Campus HR Team. We had fun activities like go-karting, valentines day social, tech talks, Tech Expo and Escape room. I got to work with a global team.
A strong Unix Engineer having AWS Devops & Kubernetes experience along with configuration automation languages such as Ansible, Chef along with Groovy for CICD to integrate monolithic and micro applications.
The biggest problem I've seen that they don't hire talented managers they just prefer to keep loyal people for 20 years. Their methods are so outdated. Most of them just learned about Agile in 2020 and successfully failed with its implementation.
It depends on your job role. Some departments were heaven on earth. Others were a fire brigade approach when managing situations.
You have got to have a fair amount of thick skin to manage stress.
If you are paid for what you work then its a nice place