Its okay, but not something for long-term
Technician/Installer (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 1 juin 2019
Typical day at work is pretty much getting your invite for a job-site for the day, loading up and getting to the site. So far, what I've learned is that the Canadian branch for AVI-SPL is basically Sharps Audio-Visual, where the management can basically do whatever they want, and fire you on the spot when you're not in favor with the boss. Workplace culture is basically just work, and you don't get a raise until you actually set your foot outside of the company for resignation. The hardest part of the job is that there is a disconnect with the executives and the technicians, where sales try to up-sale unnecessary equipment to the clients without consulting with the technical personnel and sometimes doesn't make sense with the design for a room. The most enjoyable part of the job is that, all of the technicians are in the same boat. So it's quite a ride.
Okay Hours and Repetitive work
Future of the company is questionable