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  • Interesting tech; poor management

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    I worked at Iogen Corporation full-time


    Competitive wages and benefits including base salaries, RRSP company match; opportunities for training nationally and internationally; opportunities for honing laboratory and engineering skills


    Middle managers without people skills - rude, disrespectful, vindictive, micromanagers; Reluctance of upper management and HR to tackle the status quo by making assessments objective and comprehensive.

    Advice to Management

    Do you now actively court and implement suggestions from your technicians and operators now that the company is much smaller? Are you now more open with the company's direction and future prospects?

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Iogen Corporation.


    I applied online through their website and got an e-mail on the day applications closed. The interview was on the phone and lasted about one hour. The questions were very detailed and based on my resume (no behavioral questions). The interviewers were all technical people.

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Headquarters Ottawa, Canada
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

Iogen Corporation wants to affect the greenhouse effect. The company is developing cellulosic ethanol, a fuel that could conceivably cut carbon dioxide emissions created by automobiles. Cellulosic ethanol is derived from the plant waste (barley, corn, or wheat) farmers leave in the fields after a harvest. Iogen also manufactures enzymes used by the animal feed, paper, pulp, and textile industries. Although a private company, Iogen has some powerful friends and counts Royal Dutch Shell, Goldman Sachs, and the Canadian government among its investors. In 2008 Shell bumped up ... More

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