Compare National Defence and the Canadian Forces vs PointClickCare BETASee how PointClickCare vs. National Defence and the Canadian Forces compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at National Defence and the Canadian Forces full-time
More opportunity, professional development, and world-wide experience than I ever though possible, particularly when I was 19 years old and thought I knew everything but realized quickly how wrong I... was! Excitement, word class training followed by experience in a related field. The opportunity to develop constantly and get promoted at regular intervals in rank, salary, and responsibility is unmatched anywhere in the world. In a world where there still exists job discrimination and pay discrimination based on sex, this is the only true equal opportunity where you are paid according to your qualifications, period.
You must accept that you are not entirely in control of your destiny. Don't fight it, this is actually a good thing. It's hard on families from time to time but the pros far outweigh the cons in... every respect.
Advice to Management
Better alignment of policies and practices with individual's desires would improve retention rates.
I have been working at PointClickCare full-time for more than 3 years
- Culture: very open and collaborative company culture. It's evident how passionate everyone is about truly making an impact on people's lives within the senior living market. - Autonomy - you can... be your very best at PointClickCare - you can challenge the status quo and implement solutions that will truly improve workplace efficiencies - Career development and growth - In a high growth tech company, there is plenty of opportunities to enhance your skills, which in turn could lead to other opportunities within the organization. There is no shortage of opportunities if you work at it.
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