WBM Technologies
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WBM Technologies Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    JoeAnne Hardy
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $25m to $100m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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EUC Project Coordinator in Regina, SK
on 3 October 2020
I worked for them and it was okay
It was okay, below average pay for the industry. It’s an okay temp company until one can find a better position. Not recommended as a career choice but good intern position. Or for someone fresh out of school. From a client perspective it’s well below par on meeting their expected SLA’s
IT Technician in Saskatoon, SK
on 11 March 2021
Disgusting place to work
Was hired at "this place" in Saskatoon a few years ago at IT tech and made notice to them that I had a weak lower back (and neck) due to a previous snowboarding incident that left me unable to walk properly for almost 2 years and even with a doctors note stating that I required a quick standing stretch and shake every 30 minutes or so but that was not good enough. Management saw fit to have me drive up north for 4-6 hours (many times a week) just to change a screen in a laptop then all the way back even though I requested (multiple times) a spot right across the street or some other regular spot in town that would allow me to not aggravate my medical conditions. No good for them, I ended up herniating a disc (L5) and then also getting fired when I could not even stand or walk. Years later when I drive by I still can't bother to even look at the place. Worse place I have worked, they treat employee's horribly then literally toss them aside. All this is evident by the amount of times per year they advertise for new techs. The pay is horrible as well, no real way to make any more money and there is always a rush to the next "job" because everything is done to the hour, this does not include driving time or time to fill out your work orders. Horrible place to work.
Deskside Technician in Calgary, AB
on 9 October 2020
Too many managers, no real leaders
Was pushed out (with others) to make room for the new managers former staff. Shady business practices.No room for advancement and zero salary increases after excellent client reviews for a year+, even though it was "promised".
Network Administrator and break fix technician in Calgary, AB
on 20 August 2020
This was one of the best companies I ever worked at.
WBM is the new world. If you work at this company you should be prepare to be able to be a manager of your own affairs while u work. You do have lots of help but you have to strive to bring new ways and opinion to the leaders.
Service Desk Analyst in Regina, SK
on 9 August 2020
No career advancement
They say that they want you to advance but if you work on service desk good luck. Management literally told other managers not to hire from service desk because they need them and don't want to replace them. Pay is super low and there's no room for negotiation. Either you take it or leave it. Trying to advance is a joke. There's a sick days and they keep track of how many times you call in sick. Trying to advance is
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