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21 English questions out of 21

June 27, 2019

What is health insurance like at International Visual Corporation?

Pros

The employees treat each other like family The company invests money in improving itself Group insurance benefits are good RRSP plan is great Beautiful modern, clean offices The CEO is very involved and hardly absent / knows what's going on IVC is becoming more eco-friendly and environmentally responsible Fun social events Beautiful kitchen with lots of coffee Cheap rates at the gym in the same building Lots of opportunities to grow within the company

Cons

Maintaining rapid growth can be challenging Not always easy to get approval for things People need to be more punctual to meetings / meetings go over-time Performance evaluations should be more consistent

Advice to Management

Keep investing in the company. Your employees and their knowledge are valuable - value them and keep them happy (retention). Provide feedback to your employees constantly so they know where they stand.

Group insurance benefits are good

June 27, 2019

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January 28, 2021

What is the retirement plan like at International Visual Corporation?

Pros

• Office space and work environment is great. • Flexible hours (to a certain extent) • Mostly great co-workers • Great to gather experience • RRSP matching • Good work/life balance if you don't fall for their BS.

Cons

• Virtue signaling management • Salary is not up to par with tasks, responsibilities, and requirements • Management says they care about their staff, but actions speak louder than words. • Very little cultural diversity. The largest discrepancy is found between office workers and shop workers where most employees who work in the shop are low-paid minorities while everyone in the office is white. • The way that office workers are paid makes absolutely no sense. Everyone is on an annual salary yet you have to punch in and out. If you're late an hour, you get your wage reduced yet if you work overtime, you do not get paid for it. • Terrible handling of the pandemic. Hours were reduced across the board, for the most part, yet many employees were complaining that they still had to work on their unpaid day-off to avoid falling behind on work. • unrealistic and tight deadlines that forces employees to essentially burn-out or deal with immense pressure and stress. • Projects are late like 75% of the time due to the above. • Constant mistakes and errors • Zero accountability for the departments that cause the most issues. • Zero training provided • Zero appreciation for the hard work that is performed by some employees • False promises. (I was personally told that I would receive bonuses for my performance yet I've never seen a penny • No performance reviews (I've had to ask for them myself) • No yearly raises (I've had to ask for them myself) not even to cover cost of living increases...SMH... • Some members in management are authoritarian. ...I can surely keep it going, but I'll stop there. Oh, and the CEO didn't even bother to talk to me/look at me after I resigned. Shows how much he cares about the people who fill his bank account with their sweat equity.

Advice to Management

Take care of your employees and maybe you won't have an astronomical employee turnover. You can be in denial all you want and say "That's the industry", but it's really not. Everyone complains behind your back before subsequently quitting. The people who are still there are also complaining but feel trapped. Lucky for me, I found a way out. You'll surely continue to be "successful" in your eyes, but you'll never know what true success is if you keep treating your employees like they're below you. Follow your own advice and show "empathy" instead of virtue signaling to your team, because I never got empathy from you...not even a "great job!". What a joke.

• RRSP matching

January 28, 2021

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June 27, 2019

How are the career development opportunities at International Visual Corporation?

Pros

The employees treat each other like family The company invests money in improving itself Group insurance benefits are good RRSP plan is great Beautiful modern, clean offices The CEO is very involved and hardly absent / knows what's going on IVC is becoming more eco-friendly and environmentally responsible Fun social events Beautiful kitchen with lots of coffee Cheap rates at the gym in the same building Lots of opportunities to grow within the company

Cons

Maintaining rapid growth can be challenging Not always easy to get approval for things People need to be more punctual to meetings / meetings go over-time Performance evaluations should be more consistent

Advice to Management

Keep investing in the company. Your employees and their knowledge are valuable - value them and keep them happy (retention). Provide feedback to your employees constantly so they know where they stand.

Lots of opportunities to grow within the company

June 27, 2019

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May 12, 2021

What kind of career opportunities exist at International Visual Corporation?

Pros

Honest people, safe environment, gives opportunity to show case your skills

Cons

If you don't like to work in a very dry and heated environment or need to do some labor work.

Honest people, safe environment, gives opportunity to show case your skills

May 12, 2021

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January 28, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at International Visual Corporation?

Pros

• Office space and work environment is great. • Flexible hours (to a certain extent) • Mostly great co-workers • Great to gather experience • RRSP matching • Good work/life balance if you don't fall for their BS.

Cons

• Virtue signaling management • Salary is not up to par with tasks, responsibilities, and requirements • Management says they care about their staff, but actions speak louder than words. • Very little cultural diversity. The largest discrepancy is found between office workers and shop workers where most employees who work in the shop are low-paid minorities while everyone in the office is white. • The way that office workers are paid makes absolutely no sense. Everyone is on an annual salary yet you have to punch in and out. If you're late an hour, you get your wage reduced yet if you work overtime, you do not get paid for it. • Terrible handling of the pandemic. Hours were reduced across the board, for the most part, yet many employees were complaining that they still had to work on their unpaid day-off to avoid falling behind on work. • unrealistic and tight deadlines that forces employees to essentially burn-out or deal with immense pressure and stress. • Projects are late like 75% of the time due to the above. • Constant mistakes and errors • Zero accountability for the departments that cause the most issues. • Zero training provided • Zero appreciation for the hard work that is performed by some employees • False promises. (I was personally told that I would receive bonuses for my performance yet I've never seen a penny • No performance reviews (I've had to ask for them myself) • No yearly raises (I've had to ask for them myself) not even to cover cost of living increases...SMH... • Some members in management are authoritarian. ...I can surely keep it going, but I'll stop there. Oh, and the CEO didn't even bother to talk to me/look at me after I resigned. Shows how much he cares about the people who fill his bank account with their sweat equity.

Advice to Management

Take care of your employees and maybe you won't have an astronomical employee turnover. You can be in denial all you want and say "That's the industry", but it's really not. Everyone complains behind your back before subsequently quitting. The people who are still there are also complaining but feel trapped. Lucky for me, I found a way out. You'll surely continue to be "successful" in your eyes, but you'll never know what true success is if you keep treating your employees like they're below you. Follow your own advice and show "empathy" instead of virtue signaling to your team, because I never got empathy from you...not even a "great job!". What a joke.

• Zero training provided

January 28, 2021

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