Xerox
Happiness score is 57 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    John Visentin
    63%
    approve of John Visentin's performance
  • Founded
    1906
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Manufacturing
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Rating overview

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Reviews

Administrative Assistant in Calgary, AB
on 5 December 2021
Great at the start but went downhill over the years.
The first couple years were excellent! Great management, environment, opportunity, and people. As the years went on it became more about the bottom line and less about the people. Everything else went downhill.
Field Service Technician in Saskatoon, SK
on 23 November 2021
Good place to work and grow
Xerox has been around forever. They are an established company and I felt lucky to get in with them when I did. Through the years they have had to struggle with recessions, pandemics, etc. But I think they've done their best and I enjoy working for them. Some might say the service side is too hard, but I don't think they had what it takes. I find it satisfying to work through a challenge to the end and see the customer's gratitude when I fix their device. You get to feel like you choose how to work, not being told how. Sure they've got metrics, so does everyone now. But getting to a few calls a day and trying to fix it the first time isn't exactly hard.
Administrative Assistant in Toronto, ON
on 17 November 2021
The Xerox staff will not help when it's not there job the full time staff are not friendly
The Xerox staff will not help when it's not there job and will not pick up a piece of paper that could be dangerous to others and the atmosphere is toxic and uncomfortable
Tsr2 printer technician (road tech ) in Calgary, AB
on 8 October 2021
Expectations ridiculous, management plays favourites, after hours work no pay, travel on your time no pay etc….
The best part is the training . Other than that don’t expect today last if you won’t play their game . First time fix and number of printers a day seen don’t jive , used parts usually broken or wrong and takes 2 weeks to 2 months to get , pressure to get 1st time fix under that condition, vans filled with useless parts based on your usage but if you do both office and A4 then your loaded , audits are a joke . Management doesn’t help they look for reasons to write you up and pressure you more . Tech help line is not even in the country and read off a manual with no real experience. Everything done out of van used as a warehouse that you are responsible for and have no say . There is way more but I think you get the idea . Good luck if you join , only way you last is if you play the cheat ,lie , steal, game . Learn the %s and play it by any means necessary and you will be hailed as a top performer.
Technical Service Representative in Kanata, ON
on 9 August 2021
Toxic environment
They will lie, cheat and manipulate you. They will work you into the ground. There are no raises. Management ignores labour laws, and if you raise concerns, they will find a way to get rid of you.

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