Data Entry Agent (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 22 January 2019
The workplace culture is definitely the best part of the job. Everybody is happy to be part of the team and communication is the team's strongest asset, you can ask anybody any question and they will be there to help you out. Management is understanding of people's lives outside of work and are willing to give you the time off as long as you give warning. The hours are long but seem to fly by everyday as you are surrounded by great people.
great place to work for salaried employees, not so much for the common worker.
QA (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 9 April 2019
SPORTLOGiQ claims to be a modern work environment with flexible hours, which is true for about 10% of the employees. The rest are overworked, understaffed and forced to work every single weekend day as well as most tuesday and thursday nights until 2 AM. There is no leniency with management, and promotions are given to those who work the most hours in a year, your qualifications mean nothing. What I will say is that the working culture is fun. You have great coworkers who are in the same position as you and the work isnt especially hard, just the long hours with nothing but grey walls to look at gets unbearable at times. If youre in the upper echelon of employees, you get food, drinks, flexible hours and an awesome work environment on the top floor. If you are not, you get grey walls, long hours with no flexibility, and sit on a bottom level floor with hundreds of other disgruntled employees. HR essentially pushes you under the rug when you have a concern, and management is people who essentially just worked more than other people and have little to no qualifications to be in the positions that they're in. Like I said, the ones who work with you are great - there are great employees at the company. However, management and owners are clueless about their staff and have created a divide between the common worker and the privileged upper-tier worker and it does not take long for the place to drain you. If you are applying for a top tier position, I highly recommend working here as it seems like an awesome place to work. If you are applying for a regular position, although it seemsmore... super cool to work in sports and data, it will quickly drain you and make you realize that the workload and inflexibility is not worth it - you can make the same money elsewhere with much better hours and working conditions.less