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- "The corporate culture here is amazing, and it's refreshing to see a company constantly try to improve and fight for their employees." (in 4 reviews)
- "Decent people to work with" (in 4 reviews)
- "back and friendly work environment, flexible hours." (in 3 reviews)
- "I really appreciate the fantastic company culture, fun atmosphere, amazing colleagues and work/life balance." (in 3 reviews)
- "This is a good company with a decent working environment." (in 3 reviews)
- "7% of your salary which will start in the 40" (in 8 reviews)
- "Pay was low, tasks can be quite menial at times, and people move in and out of the company all the time." (in 7 reviews)
- "all he did was fire the experienced managers and hire fresh sociology/arts grads, as if they are medical device experts." (in 3 reviews)
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- 2.0Oct 5, 2013Software EngineerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearToronto, ON
My teammates were truly amazing. The analysts were great too.
There doesn't seem to be any accountability in this company, and it seems to be especially true of senior management. From what I can tell all the senior managers have come up from within the company and have little to no knowledge of standard best practices, how to build a business, inspire employees, etc. This company is caught in a vicious circle that I don't think it will get out of1
- 1.0Jan 6, 2012AnalystCurrent EmployeeToronto, ON
* Young, energetic co-workers. * Great networking opportunities: the only upside of high turnover (see cons) is that you have an instant network of bright ex-colleagues who go on to much better things who you can approach for jobs.
* Low salaries: the company consistently breaks its sales records but this does not translate into higher pay for people who do all the hard work. * Disconnect between vision and action: the company talks a lot about becoming the experts in industry but this is only achievable by retaining staff who build up good knowledge of the medtech sector. The turnover is so high - 50% of analysts left last year - but the management refuses to address the causes of high departure rates and those left behind have to clean up the mess and try to convince cautious clients they are experts. * Aggressive strategy: the senior managers set very ambitious growth targets for profit which we keep missing which is very demoralizing. This leads to cost cutting and lots of people who have been loyal to the company losing their jobs. Then morale sinks even lower.4