Immigration Coordinator & Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 18 August 2016
Great benefits/perks but you work long hours for it. Tend to be micromanaged by your supervisor and lack of clear direction and goals.
Long hours and poor pay for what you do but if you need experience, this can be a great starting place but don't expect to be compensated competitively for the skills you acquire. They will tell you that you are replaceable and replace people that are inept and unskilled which created uneven work distribution.
Lunches, retreats to great locations, regular snacks, gym membership, Costco cards
Career development and progression, salary not competitive and bonuses are minimal. No clear salary structure for administration staff
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 22 October 2018
The company will tell you that results for the client are paramount, but the truth is, continuing to bill is. When faced with resistance at the client, rather than have the difficult discussion to try and overcome resistance, senior RLG leadership will not have the difficult discussions with the client for risk of damaging the relationship. Instead, they'll leave the Project Manager fighting a winless battle, treading water, while they "spin" the progress on the project and continue to bill monthly.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 3 October 2018
In the early 2000's the company was well led, well diversified, and growing steadily. Now, the company has let scores of people go from lack of work. This happens when you push the company all-in on the energy sector and then it crashed. Sound like effective management to you?
co-workers are generally high caliber and well intentioned individuals
Senior management cares about 1 thing. Share price. If you're looking for honesty, transparency, and equal opportunity good luck because its wholly absent