Jonar Systems Overview

  • Montreal, Canada
  • 1 to 50 Employees
  • 1986
  • Company - Private
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • $1 to $5 million (USD)


We are a passionate team of designers, developers and innovators dedicated to delivering solutions that help businesses work better. We are guided by the belief that just because something has been done a certain way in the past is never a reason to keep doing it the same way in ...
Mission: We don’t think that powerful tools need to be hard to operate. So, we are a software company that aspires to make awesome enterprise tools that are a pleasure to use. We want our users to love our products because those products make their daily lives better in a real way. We ...

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Jonar Systems Reviews

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Jon Ruby
14 Ratings
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Tremendous workplace"

Jul 2, 2021 - Software Developer
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- The friendliest people you will ever meet. Imagine a room of 50 Mr. Rogers and that's pretty much Jonar - No space for egotistical individuals - Encouraging and responsive HR department -


- Pay is below average for the position, but it's not insultingly low. You will get by just fine. - A lot of the dev work is done in an esoteric IDE, which is a bit slow and takes some getting used

Advice to Management

Culturally, keep doing what you're doing. Maybe hire another assistant PM, as that helps everyone.
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Jonar Systems Interviews

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Applied online94%
Campus Recruiting6%

  1. Business Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Canada
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    I applied online. I interviewed at Jonar Systems (Canada)


    Applied online. Received a phone call after a few weeks. The interview process had 4 steps: online application, 1st interview with the HR coordinator, 2nd interview with the service manager and HR manager, and a final meeting with the CEO.

    There are approximately two weeks between each step. Due to COVID, all interview processes are completed online. No technical questions. Interviews were more to understand and get to know the candidate and organizational fit considerations instead of standard questions. Overall, good experience. Positive environment.

    ---Feedback for Jonar about the recruitment process:

    There were over 200 applicants for the position. If a candidate sends you a generic application without dedicating any time and without making any effort on the application, it may be fair to reject the candidate and send a "generic" rejection email.

    However, if a candidate spends hours and hours to prepare the application, tailor the resume and cover letter to stand out among over 200 applicants, if the candidate does the research more than enough, if the candidate is excited about your organizational culture and feels like it is different than many others, and if the candidate proceeds until the last steps(passing the online application, having a couple of interviews), if the candidate spends hours for the application, hours to get prepared for the interviews, then it is NOT fair to respond to the candidate with an only "generic" rejection email.

    For job seekers, rejection does not hurt. After allocating so much time for an opportunity, receiving a "generic" rejection email hurts. The candidate I described above deserves a very transparent answer. The candidate might not be a good organizational fit, the candidate could be over/under-qualified for the position, or there might be a different reason for not proceeding. The candidate described here deserves a real, transparent feedback.

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Company Updates

July 14, 2021
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We are proud to announce we have recently been named one of the 50 best places to work in Quebec.
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Jonar Systems Awards & Accolades

  • Great Place to Work-Certified™Great Place to Work2021
  • Rising Star

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