Mission: What sets us apart? Three things: our products, our service, and our unbeatable integrations.
1. Outstanding Products:
We never stop improving the design and functionality of our products.
2. Great Service:
We provide ...
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We look for three things in a new team member:
That's pretty much it! The coolest part is that because this has been our criteria over the last 10+ years, we only have people that are smart, nice and great-at-what-they-do! How awesome is that as a work environment? You get to work with great people, you get to learn a lot and you get to have fun along the way!
We're a stable, high-growth company! Our revenue is all subscription based, so that means we have a very consistent and always-growing list of customers that pay us on a regular basis. And since we're adding customers all the time, that means we're always growing our team just as much.
We work hard because we're passionate, but we also take the time to take a step back and connect with our colleagues from the Toronto and Montreal office. Twice a year, the whole company meets up for a 2-day offsite to socialize and connect as one. We jump into the lake, present fun skits, and enjoy each other's company with good food and a little karaoke!
I have been working at Nexonia Inc. full-time
I have to say that the last year or so has been blurry at times working here. The last couple of months or so is definitely looking much more promising. Much more direction of the company and a lot of communication and updates from leadership which helps reinforce that it will be ok. I know some people I work around are feeling scared about all the change. I try to stay focused on the positive side of it and opportunity this brings. The negativity is an energy drainer. All companies now a days are going through this type of stuff.
Personally I think the future looks bright at the moment and we will get to the point where we have a more unified identity. It looks like it's finally moving there which is good!
I think it's been hard to know what we sell or support at times as a company with so many acquisitions and products. Also think we need to work more at unifying the offices.
Advice to Management
Keep talking and sharing information. I've seen a lot more communication happening and wiliness to develop employees in the last 6 months or so. I never got to participate in the Future mentorship program or some of the other development initiatives, but I am hoping I'll get my chance.
Hr screening and in person with a manager, qa manager and developers.
beyond average interview experience. I could feel some tension between the managers and the developers. Managers did most of the talking. Qa did ask questions - unusual for a dev interview.
I got frustrated by some remarks offensive to women, coming from the managers.
Overall, I didn't have a good impression. Still looking.
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