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Great place to work but be wary of office politics. If you do not fit in with the right crowd, some of the employees will see you be removed from the company or make your experience there uncomfortable. Managers were good to work with. Work was very straight forward.
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RJC has done a great job of cultivating a culture that places emphasis on extremely high-quality work, while providing employees with the opportunity to enjoy their lives outside of work. I would recommend RJC to any structural engineer looking for opportunities.
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A steep learning curve indeed once you begin, but eventually gets routine. Employees will rat you out for the littlest of criticisms. Environment and corporate culture was not very receptive and welcoming. In fact, the game of favoritism is well played here.
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Each business units within the company barely communicates with each other. The higher ups are comprised of good engineers but horrible planner/leader/manager
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RJC isn't necessarily terrible as there are some really awesome employees who work there (but that's just about a handful) Management LOVE to gossip and talk about other people's personal lives to other people. The salary is laughable if you live in an expensive city. The principals make so much money and a lot of them do absolutely nothing. I feel like they can afford to give back to their ACTUAL hard working employees. There is a high turnover which is expected as a lot of the "team leaders" are difficult to work with. Generally when people quit its due to bad team leading and not the employee itself.
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Staff lunches, birthday treats, some nice kind hearted people
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Low salary, some employees power trip
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RJC isn't necessarily terrible as there are some really awesome employees who work there (but that's just about a handful) Management LOVE to gossip and talk about other people's personal lives to other people. The salary is laughable if you live in an expensive city. The principals make so much money and a lot of them do absolutely nothing. I feel like they can afford to give back to their ACTUAL hard working employees. There is a high turnover which is expected as a lot of the "team leaders" are difficult to work with. Generally when people quit its due to bad team leading and not the employee itself.
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Staff lunches, birthday treats, some nice kind hearted people
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Low salary, some employees power trip
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The work at this firm was very rewarding, challenging and fast paced environment that was rewarding on a personal level as well as a professional level. Company, Culture and Management are hypocritical, cold, juvenile and very high school like. Gossip ruins this company and it's employees. Advancement and training is almost impossible unless you fit into their mold. If you are looking to work for a company with good wages but where they expect you lose your integrity and work with a bunch of sexist hypocrites look no further.
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Good Wages and Benefits
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People and Culture
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Strong work ethic and a company attitude to get the projects done even with very tight timelines and demanding clients.
An environment conducive to learning and growth
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Paid overtime
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Clings to outdated industry practices
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Working at RJC, work/life balance is not very good. Employees have good benefit package and get paid for overtime which is very good. RJC culturally is not a very comfortable workplace. But there are some good managers and people in there.
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Good benefit package and overtime pay
Cons
Long hours and weekend work
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5.0
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this was a non-paid internship. I worked with autoCAD. i was the pleasure of working in a professional office filled with many people related in the business. my responsibilities included; updating drawings, fixing up redlines, scanning, printing, organizing drawings
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I worked here as a co-op student, the staff was nice and mostly consisted of younger individuals. A great place to work for young professionals.

overall a good place to work, would recommend to a friend.
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Read Jones is a good place to work, but one person ruins the atmosphere for everyone else. Overall, it is a good company to work for.
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Every body at the office is fake, hated the people i worked with but i loved the work itself.
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Interesting projects with much opportunity to self-learn, create, and challenge yourself. A community of talented but difficult employees in a clique-y and slightly unprofessional environment. Plenty of fun social events, but overwhelmingly high school-ish in atmosphere. Minimal support aside from occasional, unofficial mentoring and mediocre peer support. No evidence of an Intern program similar to larger European engineering firms - good luck at trying to incorporate the existing 'office standard' templates and models, as there is little agreement throughout. Good for those who are over-educated, under 32, and over-experienced for a given intermediate and junior technical position. Downtown Toronto location near a subway stop is convenient and exciting. Seems to be always growing, but that could be high turnover.
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Unlimited paid self-education opportunity
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Childish, unprofessional atmosphere
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everyone works in teams and people are friendly. Nice place to work for young professionals,
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