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What Employees Say
I have been working at Aviva Canada full-time for more than a year
Great people, lots of flexibility, good work-life balance, reasonable workload, amazing benefits, volunteer days, extra week paid vacation, career advancement, and good communication from leadership.
Sometimes very busy, emotionally challenging work, strict rules about privacy.
Advice to Management
Keep moving us in the current direction.
I have been working at Intact full-time for more than 3 years
First of all, Intact is a product-oriented company, not an agency, where people work on tones of different projects at the same time and don't have other life than work-work-work. I worked in many... different not-product companies before joining Intact and I’ve never had the same freedom to do a real UX as I have now at the lab. I don’t have to constantly prove that I need to do this or that type of activity. If I need to do some workshops, run a round of research, do an interview with customers, I always have a green light for that. Every time I speak with my ex-colleagues from other companies, I realize that I’m so lucky working at Intact lab, cause I have everything I need to deliver a great user experience. All my solutions are client-centered because I had time, all recourses and right instruments in my hands to understand who my customers are, so I design solutions for them, not for some fiction ones, imaginable users. This fact makes me happy and I feel accomplished at my current place. If you really care about users, you are passioned by research, you want to find your own voice and you want to be heard, this place is for you.
Sometimes, management could be a little bit more organized, but this is not a bit issue. Overall everything seems work fine last years