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- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
J'ai travaillé chez CGI à temps plein (Plus de 5 ans)
Secure Employment. It would be hard to be forcefully terminated. Good work/life balance. Great people. Always found it easy to connect with peers. Not as easy to connect with direct and higher levels of mgmt. Great overall compensation when looking at salary, benefits, 401k & stock matching perks.
Performance seems under-appreciated at times, lack of recognition. A lot of cross promotion/hiring. Would have liked to see the hard work and dedication of members within business unit get rewarded with promotion from within. Static project placements. If you wanted to, you could stay on the same project indefinitely. If looking for more dynamic work environment, not ideal.
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Promote from within business unit.
J'ai postulé via une autre source. J'ai passé un entretien à CGI (Washington, DC (États-Unis)) en novembre 2019.
One of the most odd and unprofessional processes I have encountered. I was contacted through LinkedIn, and asked to come in the following week. It took two emails from me to gain a job description, an address and a time to meet. The interview was scheduled late on a Friday afternoon. The interviewer was 10 minutes late arriving, and then took a phone call when we got upstairs.
I was told the position had not been advertised publicly (it had been), and I was asked to come in the following week for another interview. I followed up with an email, and got a last minute response asking me to come in the following day, but there was no information on who I would be meeting with. Three hours before the interview I received an email asking me to come in earlier than had been scheduled-again, no info on who I would be meeting with.
When I arrived, I was brought upstairs and subjected to a bizarre question and answer session with the person I would be replacing, and then shuffled to the department head next door, again, for what seemed like the chance to pick my brain for ideas that they needed immediately.
No discussion of salary range, benefits, bonus structure or success metrics, despite my asking repeatedly for this information.
I was asked to come in again to meet the team. Once again, I had to follow up and again was given a last minute (>24 hour) meeting time. When I arrived for the third time, most of the people did not know I was coming, and only one had read my resume/career path.
If this is how they treat people they aren't paying, how are the actual employees being treated?
The interview process was difficult only because of the lack of coordination, communication and preparation, as well as the general lack of respect for a candidates time. Disorganized from start to finish.
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