I'd hire more experts, hire less fresh college grads and hire less people with poor English and poor written-language / documentation skills. I'd build or acquire a performance review system that makes sense for software developers. I'd issue comprehensive management training for team leads and product owners. I'd actively root out managers with toxic/pretentious attitudes or who demonstrate discriminatory attitudes towards women and minorities. I'd approach the corporate goal of connecting patients to providers across Canada more earnestly and proactively, at all levels of management.
Business casual is best. You want to make a good first impression so dress professionally.
Quels conseils donneriez-vous à la Direction de QHR Technologies pour améliorer l'entreprise?
Stop handing out "management" titles to unqualified, uneducated, incapable employees who stab their subordinates in the back and take credit for other's work.
Work hours are flexible, we have an extended benefits package along with retirement savings plans, share options, and short term incentive plans, there are opportunities for advancement as well as lateral movement within the company. The environment is full of friendly people who are passionate about what we do. As part of QHR, you will be contributing the bettering the lives of all Canadians by connecting providers to patients, information, and each other.
1st Round: Interview with HR and high-level manager (i.e. Software Development Manager or QA Manager)
2nd Round: Take home quiz in Java (only for development and automation QA positions)
3rd Round: Interview with Team Leads for the open position(s). This is dependent on your quiz results and first round interview.
Going nowhere but up... growth is astounding and see no end to where company will go. Medical and Tech growth will never go away!