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Corporate culture a little too conservative and straight laced for me. Really enjoyed a lot of the amenities of the tower and the coworkers but far too many meetings
Great coworkers, good midday gym options
difficult to bike commute, too many meetings
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.
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Very Great Company! I would like to go back after I graduate! I was accepted as an Engineering Coop Student from UVIC. The company treated me very well. I really appreciate all the mentoring and guidance they gave me.
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.
Dealt with many different strict policies and hard working co-workers who didn't receive the respect as they deserved. Management does a terrible job with treating its workers. However, the job was fairly easy, but very repetitive and draining. One of the hardest parts were packaging boxes, which they want 8hrs of efficient for.
Payment and job security
Management and workplace culture, draining
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Good place to intern and have secure work, not ideal for young professionals looking to build a solid skillset, in my opinion. Some opportunities for field work.
Resistant to change, way behind in tech
Not unlike many of the companies in Calgary, there have been and continue to be job cuts. Even employees with superior performance ratings, like myself and several others, will likely eventually find themselves on the wrong project or in the wrong area of the company that gets cut. This also affects performance of current employees who are often on edge, concerned about the longevity of their current positions.TransCanada hires the best overall people and generally treats them pretty well. Most of the company is committed to work-life balance and diversity initiatives. The pay is probably towards the higher end for most employers. the company has good benefits, pension plan, ergonomic assessments, etc.As most managers hire for fit, there are little to no employee relationship problems or organizational "terrorists". The culture is very team-based and collaborative, and strong performance is often recognized.
pay, work-life balance, generally good co-workers
There's a whole bunch of really talented folks at TC. The company got a lot of media exposure due to the Keystone pipeline project. I think the company is waiting to see if the political landscape changes before beginning any new major projects.
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.
TransCanada is a good company to work for. The people there are friendly and understanding and management tends to be open to suggestions and criticism. Team outings and team building events are common. While there is a lot of work to be done and under staffing is a normal occurrence the salary and benefits as a permanent employee compensate for it.
Good salary, excellent benefits, understanding leadership
High workload, understaffing
Many senior leaders are satisfied with maintaining status quo. When faced with opportunity to innovate the response is "what's wrong with what we've done in the past". Not recommended for someone who is keen to make a difference and a meaningful contribution. They are very tactical and challenged to make decisions.
Learned how companies work from the inside, it gave me great insight into what I may be able to do after university. The work environment in my section made it worth even more.
Good pay, good environment, high overall satisfaction