- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at MRI Software full-time (More than 5 years)
- The executives make sincere attempts to emphasize company health and employee satisfaction initiatives.
- If you'd like to work with smart people, they've got plenty.
- "Hero's" are rewarded. If you are outspoken or have proprietary knowledge that you'd rather not share, to preserve job security, you'll secure long term employment.
- Little differentiation is made between technical managers/directors and people managers. The perception seems to be that people always come second to product and that people management can be an acquired skill. Little to no effort is made to ensure that managers are learning to be managers.
- If you are a fan of skip levels, they aren't emphasized until things hit the fan. Hierarchies are strict.
Advice to Management
- MRI doesn't do a great job of diffusing it's cultural initiatives to remote offices; either the company doesn't actually care for culture, or there are elements lost in translation to the remote offices.
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at MRI Software (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in June 2015.
test, phone interview then test again with their skype on.
Negative experience for BA position in Toronto. Recruiter almost never response you back and she's usually off. I have gone through the test and they asked for a phone interview. Next, they escalated next process doing the test again in front of them on skype. I could not see them, but they were checking if I was doing the test. After the test, they did not response if I am going forward or not. This experience is negative due to the days that I have spent time with them. Probably 3 steps in 2 months or so? Should not take this long for an interview process.