Helpdesk/Network Administrator (Ancien employé) – Vancouver office – 6 mai 2014
A typical day at work, I was generally happy doing what I was meant to do in a support role. My coworkers/clients were the best part of my job since they supported me far more than my boss did. My department has a long history/reputation for being very difficult to survive in. They basically look for "yes-men" to work there and don't like any really original thought. If you have an opinion or an idea of your own, you're seeing as not playing as part of the team.
There is no real structure in the main IT group surrounding the server maintenance and support, and they tend to push people away.
Throw a great party
management doesn't trust their staff to be able to do the job
Successful company with opportunities to learn and develop
Employee (Employé actuel) – Vancouver, BC – 11 juillet 2019
The company is growing and has been for the past 5 years or so. That has created a lot of opportunities for people (promotions, new responsibilities, new roles, etc.)
The pace feels fast at times and expectations are high. That said, hours of work are still pretty normal (there are ups and downs at busy times). I like the pace but realize that some people may find it challenging.
Opportunities to learn and grow, fun social activities