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Environnement ayant de bon gestionnaire, prêt à encadrer et encourager au développement de compétence.
Une expérience à faire, cependant salaire pas toujours compétitif
Globalement satisfait de mon expérience de travailler chez CGI.
A great place to work with plenty of opportunities and support if you are self-driven and motivated to drive your career path forward. Members are appreciated and afforded all the tools to grow and improve. Good benefits. My only criticism falls in the salary area. Salaries are on the lower to middle range for the industry. CGI could definitely improve their offerings.
I worked for CGI for less than a year and the experience was cool but the salary and benefits were miserable on top of that, advancement wasn’t that easy even when you work hard and get new skills
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Who you know holds higher value than your skills, genuinely. I experienced amazing management let go for standing their ground when they have witnessed inappropriate behaviour amongst management. You have to be connected in some way to the client.
You hit the glass ceiling pretty quickly. The benefits decreased over time as budgets tightened. Top heavy on management, not built to compete with firms specifically in the body shop business.
no OT pay
CGI is a great company and I enjoy working for them. The one downfall is they want you to sell something before you build it versus build then sell. This is a downfall in my mind as the building is hurried and not vetted out.
Great work life balance
Proximity Model, means if you don't work where you client is you are always fearful for your job.
Their management can get their free lunches to the graves !
Working for CGI in the beginning can be a very positive professional challenge for any individual, however as time goes by you really start to learn the in’s and out’s of how things work, around there, and then you start to notice how much favouritism there is within the senior leadership team. Your job is never secure if you’re not high up on the totem pole and even then you’re at risk. You will always feel that uncertainty as to when/if you will be replaced. Some of the senior management at CGI can be fair when it comes to workload and expectations, but they are few and far between. With favouritism, politics, and the lack of leadership there I’d say look elsewhere. In way of salary; it’s low for what you’re expected to do. Work life balance is average, but I also know that people have accumulated so much vacation time because they’re never given an opportunity to take time off because the job just won’t permit it = work overload.
Professional growth, salary, work life balance, work atmosphere
Même après 20 ans d'ancienneté je ne peux pas choisir mes vacances L’Espace de travail très restreint en dirais un couloir
Pas grand chose
Bureau inconfortable et à air ouvert tout collé les un avec les autres
They have a lot of projects, but definitely have the worst working environment. There is always micro management. People have been appointed as managers with no domain knowledge. All they do is keep track of your coffee and bathroom breaks. There is no appreciation whatsoever. If you do not speak french, you'll always be treated as an outsider. They hire you for one position and start billing you for multiple projects. There is pressure from multiple projects and they make sure you do not have even 1 hour of peace in the whole day.
Ma pire expérience de travail, plusieurs team leader et senior toxique. Beaucoup de harcèlement. Quand on parle rien ne change. Boys club qui tente de faire croire qu'ils sont inclusif envers les femmes et les minorités.
Ambiance, absence ressource humaine, harcèlement
Well managed workplace with good opportunities for advancement, unfortunately business unit was sold to a disorganized company. Personally, I consider management to be more important to job satisfaction than many other factors.