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The work environment at TransCanada has become overly negative and critical from the top down. Management has made a good place to work the last couple years not so great. Repeated, constant criticism and cynicism directed towards younger staff has made it difficult to grow here. It's unfortunate that this is the experience of a young engineer as the company as a whole is a great one. The Salary/Benefits are unbelievable, but I wouldn't want to work here as a younger employee. It's a great place if you already have experience. Many employees who move departments, are forced out, or otherwise quit are simply being replaced by contractors
Management sucks and it is a brown nose culture, you need to have your own gang to survive, the racial discriminations is a real problem and the management doesn`t have a clue about the actual work done on daily basis.
Pay was descent
Management sucks and it is a brown nose culture
I worked in a division which was well organized and had a focus on attracting talented engineers. The company required high quality well thought out engineering and ensured staff had the resources to perform to the limits of their abilities.
Spent many years working as an engineer in various positions. Great work / life balance, challenging, and in general a positive working culture. The company has changed since the business restructuring awhile back and it isn't as fun a place to work as it used to be, hopefully they can turn it around. It is a fairly dynamic work place that seems to move people around somewhat often unfortunately.
Good salary and benefits, lots of time off, reasonable work pace
Management and politics tends to get interesting too often. Lots of dead weight hanging around.
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Pay is ok. But management is the typical good old boys club. They don't give credit to people's seniority and experiences. It seems some managers like promoting those people they hang out with after work hours. They believe in gossips as some employees will talk down other employees just to get a promotion. One manager let a friend's daughter go on a leave to travel during the lay offs. He laid-off a few good employees, then re-instate the leave of absence employee back after her leave of absence, and promoted this employee over other long-tenured and experienced employees.
TC has always been a stable company. Nothing fancy happens during the booms, but work remains stable as other industries stagnate. Biggest area I find TC experiences challenges is with compensation; they view themselves as a utility and therefore choose not to compete with other companies that dominate the Calgary engineering core (i.e. producers) when it comes to salary, so have at times lagged as much as 30% behind other companies competing for expertise (based on APEGA surveys). The people you work with are still by far the best part of the job.
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