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 ...
Are you looking to join an exciting high-tech company that is focused on delivering exceptional products for a global customer base? How would you feel about joining an organization whose core culture embraces change, rewards creativity, and promotes dialogue with employees. If you are looking to join a company that values its employees and promotes an amazing culture, you’ll be happy to know that Nexonia is growing and expanding at an enormous pace.
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 (Less than a year)
Having weathered a storm of management change and process rebuilds, Nexonia is starting to feel more and more like the company I originally signed up for. Unlike your usual corporate environments, there are no egos here, no internal competition, and finally, no more toxic attitudes. It is incredible to see C-level executives roll up their sleeves in a bull-pen next to entry level employees and simply grind. We're beginning to channel and finally own up to the pillars that have been preached to me since day one: ambition, talent, and high values.
Having seen both the high and low times, I can say with absolute certainty that from top-down, the team is ready to push forward and continue growing positively. From increased social events, to collaboration on company-wide strategy, our staff is keen to compete, and our management is keen to let us. It definitely seems like we've ushered in a new era at Nexonia, and the new energy is nothing short of exciting.
This company, like the industry it competes in, does not sit still for a day. Whether you are customer facing or administrative, every day we are stagnant and void of improvement, we're falling behind. With this comes a level of pressure that absolutely is not for everyone. When I first started at the company, the training in certain departments was poor to non-existent. While Nexonia encourages independence and project ownership, it can be daunting without some guidance. Fortunately, a new Learning and Development Manager has been brought on to mitigate this issue, and the change has already begun.
Advice to Management
Continue to learn from your past mistakes. What cannot be stressed enough is the importance of transparency and collaboration as we continue to grow, so as not to fall behind. Before making major decisions to alter major processes, try running open forum meetings within departments for more ground-up contributions. Your employees are itching to get more involved, and while there are open communication streams, need to be brought in through a proper environment.
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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