analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 September 2018
I worked at NCR for several years. The only positive thing about it is the salary - which is decent for this industry. And while the work itself may be very interesting and provide positive experience, the atmosphere is very stressful. Many managers have no people's skills for the job, they resolve workplace problems by intimidation of their subordinates, micro-managing and creating an environment of uncertainty. Initiative is not welcome and often frowned upon. Swearing and demeaning co-workers is common and collaboration is not on the list. Also, there is no job security as most of the positions have already been outsourced. Overall, I suggest to stay away from NCR, unless it would be a great career move that wouldn't require to stay there for more than a year.
Subject Matter Expert/Technical Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 18 September 2018
I enjoyed my years working at NCR and the best part was the people I worked with. Truly a talented, skilled and professional team and we all collaborated and worked well together. The support tools where top notch to perform our daily tasks with minimal supervision to get the job done the first time.
TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 12 August 2018
Management lacks field knowledge. The philosophy at NCR is if it is not the field techs fault then it is no ones fault. Very poor moral because of no interaction with Management especially in Vancouver. This used to be a good career years ago
Manager (Former Employee) – Multiple – 31 August 2017
The company as a whole and in Canada is sending a large percentage of the jobs overseas to cut costs. Those that are lucky enough to work there are not happy and morale is at an all time low. The more they can take people out of the business and automate things, they will do it.