Route1 Overview

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  • Toronto, Canada
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2004
  • Company - Public (ROI)
  • Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
  • $10 to $25 million (USD)


Route1 is North America’s most advanced provider of secure data intelligence solutions to drive your business forward. We partner with Government, Communities, and Enterprise to leverage their data to make better decisions that lead to exceptional outcomes. When Route1 was ...

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Tony Busseri
Tony Busseri
18 Ratings
Former Employee, more than 8 years

"Opportunity for Growth"

Sep 28, 2020 - Manager - Special Projects in Toronto, ON
Positive Outlook
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Route1 is an environment that fosters growth. Management is great at recognizing potential and allowing the individual to continuously grow and expand their skill set. Over my close to decade of


Very fast paced multitalented environment- which may be difficult for some to keep up with.
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Route1 Interviews

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  1. IT Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Chattanooga, TN
    Accepted Offer
    Negative Experience

    I applied online. The process took 3 months. I interviewed at Route1 (Chattanooga, TN) in Oct 2019


    Route 1 has terrible communication from bottom to top. I was initially contacted to come interview 6 months after applying and then after being asked to interview it took them 3 weeks to schedule an initial interview. Two weeks after that interview, they made me an offer. After that offer, they never sent paperwork to complete and after constantly asking what the status was, they said I needed to interview with someone else. For interviewing with that person, they didn't communicate internally that it needed to happen, but asked me to call a number where the person I got on the phone had no clue that he was supposed to talk to me. This resulted in a short call with no real clear results. After emailing back my contact, they said they would talk to them. It took them another two weeks of constant emails asking when they wanted me to talk to them to get a call without scheduling with this person, which ended up being a 10 minute call asking about my experience. This call left off with no real direction. 3 weeks later, which at this point is two months after their initial asking me to interview, they give me an offer letter to sign which I promptly return. They then a week later sent me papers to print and fill out for employment. Admittedly my handwriting is bad and I told them this, but they considered the application incomplete because of my handwriting and asked for more information than I was happy with anyways. After them asking me to rush them back the application information, which I did email to them, they dropped communication for 3 weeks and didn't tell me that they rescinded the offer till 2 days before the start date, despite me sending 4 separate emails in this time asking the status.

    This company has the worst communication of any company I have ever worked with. I never put in a notice at either of my two jobs because their communication was so bad throughout that I never really thought I would ever start working for them. I feel like I dodged a bullet on them in regards to this, because if a company can rescind an offer without even notifying the person for 3 weeks, they must have such bad internal communication that nothing can be effectively done.

    They asked my background and generally didn't have a specific direction on interviewing.

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August 25, 2020
Big announcement today. Follow the link below for the full press release. #mobikey #wfh #datasecurity #remotework
August 20, 2020
Route1 is North America?s most advanced provider of secure data intelligence solutions to drive your business forward. We partner with Communities, Government, and Enterprise to leverage their data to make better decisions that provide enhanced outcomes. Working at Route1 requires hard work and intelligence. If you have a particular expertise and you're a self-motivated worker, you will work a long time with us. However, in our line of work, if you lack the credentials, it becomes easy to spot. We are growing. If you are highly qualified, want to be in a challenging and exciting environment, and are ready to work hard, we invite you to come and join us!
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