I have been working at Ordina full-time (More than a year)
Lots of courses and training possibilities. Friendly people, and often possible to move to different units in the company.
Heavy on travel depending on where you're placed. The wages are also lower than when you'd work for the company directly, however in return you get more job security and paid between jobs.
Advice to Management
Think about rewarding your employees better for jobs well done, it retains them better.
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Ordina (Brussels (Belgium)) in February 2016.
interviews were conducted via skype through work experience and tecnical questions about my work experience abroad. they asked what type of projects i worked in past what i liked most and what i did not feel confortable to work with
they negotiation phase was very burocratic a very dangerous contract with dagareous clauses that i had to renegotiate with them for 2 weeks before accepting the job
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