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- "Very flexible and good work life balance" (in 986 reviews)
- "very ethic and good benefits" (in 745 reviews)
- "great people and multicultural (though the latter is changing through centralisation and offshoring)." (in 517 reviews)
- "Good pay and beneifts and I would have stayed longer if they were not moving the positions to India." (in 510 reviews)
- "Salary is good but sealing based on grade and you can stick to a job group for your life" (in 429 reviews)
- "1. Poor management emphasizes in results solely from data analysis rather than quality or focusing in listening to subordinates" (in 247 reviews)
- "bad managers and cumbersome working with HR employees to get forms." (in 143 reviews)
- "Continuous restructurings every 2 years mean no job security and teams being understaffed (although certain top management remains same for decades)." (in 128 reviews)
- "Long hours and stressful occasionally Cyclical commodity boom and bust" (in 109 reviews)
- "leadership has no idea what they are doing" (in 62 reviews)
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- 1.0Jan 20, 2021Software ArchitectFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsBengaluru
Work life balance, Environment , Social connect, infrastructure
Work for Manger and not for the company. Foreign leadership are biased with Asian people and don't let them drive value chain opportunities. Biggest mismatch is people profile, NO Right people for Right work at Right time. No growth.1
- 4.0Oct 16, 2017Mechanical EngineerFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsCalgary, AB
Great benefits and pension program. Very competitive salary. Training programmes were supported by management and the company provided many opportunities for advancement.
Bureaucracy slowed down many projects resulting in escalated costs and delayed delivery. Frequent reorganizations resulted in shuffling of middle-management. The encouragement of short term broadening assignments created a revolving door of leadership who wasn't around long enough to make meaningful sustainable positive change.