Double standards run amuck.... middle management has to be right 100% of the time. Certain individuals are given a free pass when it comes to following the rules, but if you question management about these individuals, the subject of the conversation changes to something else. It used to be a good place to work, but slowly as the senior staff began to retire, the replacements that were put into place were lacking not only in ability but in character. If you are interested in learning about refrigeration, then consider going to a competitor, at least there you might learn and grow as a professional.
Flexibility, period. By far the best flexibility of any workplace you could ask for. Sometimes there are barbecues in the summer which are nice, but those have been few and far between. They used to have NHL and CFL tickets, but those are not available anymore (ignoring Covid-19). Also, traveling for work occasionally was a nice part of the job.
Quels conseils donneriez-vous à une personne ayant un entretien chez CIMCO Refrigeration?
For a sales person, really focus on budget requirement for the year.
Comment les retours sur la performance sont-ils communiqués aux employés de CIMCO Refrigeration?
The simple answer is that there isn't any. Unless of course you either screw up badly or someone (one of the golden child's) complains to management. If you are looking for a place that will help you grow via feedback, mentorship and leadership, then this is not the place for you, simple as that.
It will always be around, however, I believe that with the current leadership in place that this company will lose market share to competitors. To put it simply, there are too many "yes men" at CIMCO and not enough independent thinkers to carry the dead weight that is walking around their offices.