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Database Administrator

Drake North Vancouver

-Strong technical ability/PC skills. Proficiency with MS Software including Word and Excel -Must have knowledge of Excel to a high level (knowledge… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Inside Sales Coordinator

Drake Calgary

Refer a Friend Introduce your friends to Drake and we will pay you up to $500* if we place your friend in a permanent position. You can also earn… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Store Manager - Fashion Retail

Drake

**This position is based out of Coquitlam. Please do not apply if location is unaccessible. Compensation and Benefits Details Base salary + Bonuses… Glassdoor


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Drake Beam Morin Reviews

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Robert L. Gasparini
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    Not the career transition company to be employed by

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    Former Employee - Consultant
    Former Employee - Consultant

    I worked at Drake Beam Morin

    Pros

    Team members are supportive working through the maze that employees face. While CSAs are overworked they are the backbone to success and many of them are outstanding.

    Cons

    DBM lacks any sense of forward thinking or desire to change a status quo in place since 1967. Client materials are outdated and don't reflect the current market and while they have webinars many are just 'live' presentations of PowerPoint material with little engagement. Your performance rating is based on individual client ratings... bottom line if a client gets a job you get a good rating, if they don't within their allotted time you don't. A lot of shilling goes on to obtain these ratings. Management treats you like a full time employee even though you have no guaranteed hours and are clearly a pt employee. Pay rates are very low as downward price pressure on this industry sector are prevalent and companies don’t want to pay for their departing employees. There are no expectations set between the number of hours a client is entitled to based on the revenue, yet management has a formula that is used to calculate your hours per week. Significant disconnect especially when considering the rating system used to evaluate performance.

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    Leadership is so ingrained they have lost their perspective on the market. This is clearly evidenced as senior management has all grown up within the company and are resistant to external views or best practices. Technology would be an example of this; both internal and external systems are sorely lacking or dated and the size of the technology team, just several individuals, for a global company with 200 offices cannot support even the current load of clients. For example, clients who function on Apple technology are unable to access systems or resources. In many cases the company still seems to be stuck in 1967, the year it was founded.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO