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Stiff management and no room for collaboration or growth. No work-life balance policies. No room for advancement, very bureaucratic, vacation minimal
free lunch once a month
No room for collaboration or growth, management super stiff, everyone is for themselves, divided, you are asked to do redundant work even though you know it is not going to pay off, old school and not really interested in helping you achieve anything
Being my first job in Canada, I am still exploring and learning about the work culture here. In my opinion Procom has a decent IT work culture. Work life balance is good till developer level, but for leads its a bit hectic many times.
I learned a plethora of tools to help with collaborative and communicative work, and have grown to enjoy working with a team consistently. There were plenty of opportunities to prove your value to the team, and each day provided a new source of challenge and fulfillment
Friendly environment, very accepting
More walking than expected
Being a contract worker is hard sometimes because everything is done remotely. So, I loved how they responded right away to any questions or concerns I had. The company I worked for (Rogers) had a very friendly, fun environment. There were many opportunities to learn new things.
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Working hours 7.5 hours a day - promoting work life balance Flexible hours No overtime required Great team environment Account Managers you are working with are very helpful and mature Mature culture - no office drama Company events occur frequently Beer Thursday/Fridays
Opportunity for growth, compensation
Worked for this company as an Account Manager, and would not encourage any seasoned professional to join this particular office. Branch Manager is a bit too Jr to be running that office, and the current VP offers no support. Outrageous targets, low $50k Base and commission is outdated for all of British Columbia.
Management, Lack of support
Coding life in Procom is the best that you can deserve from a well organized company. The company provides Friday Lunch once in a month where everyone can meet and eat together. Depending on the role, the day can be very busy and challenging.
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It is a typical 8 hour shift job at an office, taking calls from internal employees and helping them with their computer issues. It was a job where receiving calls are coming in non-stop, which that in itself wasn't bad as it kept the day going. The hardest part of the job was not that it was slow or anything, it was keeping things consistent; you are asked to try to solve calls as fast as you can to proceed with the next user while keeping the ticketing (how calls are being tracked basically) under 1 minute after call. The most enjoyable part of it was hearing the happiness in the user's voice when their issues has been fixed. It really helps keeping your day going as it somehow does affect the next call that you take without you really realizing.
There was a console in the lunch room
This organisation got in touch with me and offered to represent me for a role and they were very clear as to what the role was and what was required. I was able to secure the role and the team at PROCOM kept in touch with me throughout the hiring process. I was never in the dark.
Online documentation submission
Too many calls
I was given the opportunity to gain hands-on experience through many different tasks, such as conducting accounts payable, accounts receivable, bank reconciliation, auditing assistant, inventory control, etc.
Free monthly lunches