T4G – Toronto
• A/R collections including liaising with internal and external people to ensure prompt cash collection • A/R invoice entry and distribution to… T4G
T4G – Toronto
Candidate for this role will be responsible for service design, technology evaluation in support of Managed Services clients and products. Candidate… T4G
T4G – Toronto, Halifax, Vancouver, Saint John
We recently announced our Business Partner Level relationship with Adobe (http://www.t4g.com/newsroom/t4g-and-adobe-strengthen-ties/) and are in the… T4G
T4G – Halifax
This role represents an excellent opportunity for an experienced project manager to join a high-performing group of consultants in our Halifax… T4G
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at T4G full-time (More than 5 years)
A lot of business unit leaders will let you work from home when appropriate. T4G is very flat and you really can and should talk to your boss and the executives when you have an issue, question or concern.
One of the pillars of their culture is innovation. T4G is not innovative. Billable hours are king and that means you can't R&D on the client's dime. No incentive to learn new technologies or keep up your tech skills and there are many senior employees who are quite out of touch with modern day methodologies, technologies and practices that are used in more progressive IT companies. In recent years events such as the Family Ski Weekend, Geekfest and Floodstock have been outright cancelled.
Advice to Management
Promote innovation and tone down the culture talk until it can match reality. After the first few months the whole "we're the best!" mantra gets old. Explore and talk about new technologies with more beer and pizza nights. Buy new tech (Apple watch!) and promote development and innovation with give-aways of said products. Mix it up!