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Stantec Employee Review

Working at Stantec was a great experience

4.0
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20 January 2020
I would like to recommended friends to work at Stantec, but not at the transportation group.

The first manager was very excellent and he moved to Regional Leader.


The later management at transportation group was not so good. It was very challenge and difficult to deal with my last superior.


I worked at Stantec for over 5.5 years, the superiors and managers had been changed three times.
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