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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
CGI provides contractors for the clients.The employment depend on ability of management to keep relationship with clients to keep projects going, that is not always happened. In my case communication with client was broken.
As this was my first job in Canada as I am an immigrant, it was a good experience. My manager was wonderful and very encouraging. Great supervisors too.
Good benefits and pay was higher than most call centers
- Overall organizational structure is very traditional and bureaucratic. - Management is more focused on earning Sales- Revenue than employee retention or well being. - There are frequent lay-offs every year. - Every year, they go for re-structure and it is stressful. - Mid Level management is not transparent in many cases. - Supervisors are not Team oriented, so it's really difficult to Trust management's approaches. - A good place to earn experience, but, Definitely Not a place for a long-term career, as there be the business modality is complex.
It's a big company where you're a number. For any advancement you need two things, look like you have always running to do your job and timing. They don't really care about employees and you really need to negociate your salary because they will try to lowball you for about 10000$ a year.
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You'll have a balanced work/life as a CGI employee. It's easy to talk to management and they're pretty much responsive when you need them to be. People are very nice and friendly and try their best to help new members. Decent benefit, lots of fun events and a lot of useful training courses.
Worked at client site thus, little exposure to CGI company culture. However, the company does have wealth of resources that are managing other project and able to recruit those subject matter experts to find solution. Good company and good technical support overall. Unfortunately, if you're working in remote site, and stuck with a manager that doesn't perform their duty, you'll only get to see them once a year during the yearly performance review which can be extremely biased as there was little to no interaction with my manager most of year and they are not aware of the projects and items of accomplishment outside of the operations.
Good exposure to different industries
Can get stuck with incompetent manager that are technically inept
Pros If you are on a good team it's great. Decent benefits if you take the time to maximize them Flexible schedule depends on contract Cons Some old mentality on tech projects from some people. Most of the work it's done by a few people smart enough to do it. Seems like they hire anyone sometimes Advice to Management Have some type of competency testing at hiring. Why keep people that derail projects? You will risk the project.
you are on a good team it's great.
Some old mentality on tech project
The company needs to review its training of new graduates. Management can do better in terms of assigning trainers and assigning appropriate assignments. Very high expectations from graduates without proper training.
Work Life Balance, Brand Name
Lots of opportunity to get involved with big enterprise projects. However, you may get lost (forgotten about) among large programs or initiatives. You'll meet lots of people at this company - people who lied to get to where they are today, people who are too smart for their own good, people who are lazy, people who are helpful and people who you want to have on all your projects. Some people work a few hours a day, some work most of the hours in a day. I think it's luck of the draw.
Could get stuck on bad projects for years, could get stuck with terrible managers, boring, opportunity to get forgotten about