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Mission: We’re on a Mission.
To build the best and most sustainable team driven information technology services, consulting and procurement organization where as many great people as possible can have healthy lives and prosperous careers by continuously ...
Long View is one of the most powerful information technology services and solutions companies in North America with offices across the continent. With a clear focus on combining business and technology through our Hybrid IT methodology, Long View is able to define and customize what the future of IT looks like. Innovative, flexible, cost-effective, and business focused… that’s Long View.
Our company’s philosophy is simple: We will strive to ensure that every one of our clients will be a reference client that will stay with us year after year, decade after decade. To do this we will offer real value and competence every day, and we will always be honest and straightforward.
Long View continues to achieve outstanding growth and profitability year after year. We have become a dominant player in the Western North American IT market based on our industry experience, successful track record, and the quality of our people and our technology partners.
Long View’s Vision of 100
When Don Bialik founded Long View in 1999, he set out to create a 100 year old company. Through keeping our integrity, continually developing our competence, adding real value to our client’s businesses, and always having fun, we will be able to accomplish his goal.
Working at Long View isn’t just a means of paying the bills. It’s different here — because, as the saying goes: you can do what you love…and love what you do. Working at Long View means you can have a career that helps you get more out of life.
Long View was started in 1999 and run out of a house in the Calgary suburbs. Since those humble beginnings, Long View has grown into a company that operates on a global scale, with offices in North America and Amsterdam.
There are good reasons for our growth and success. Plenty of them, in fact. The vast majority have to do with hiring the best people, and providing them with the tools they need to excel both in their careers with Long View, and their lives outside of work.
At Long View, we create an environment of collaboration and support, of innovation and enthusiasm. We’re proud to say that we view each other as family. We’ve established a culture that’s built on Integrity, Competence, Value and Fun and that resonates through everything we do.
We believe that a challenged, fulfilled employee is a happy employee. In order to support your career, we offer abundant technical and soft-skills training year-round covering the cost of most certification and development initiatives. And we make every effort to promote from within.
And where would we be without a sense of fun? It is, after all, one of our core pillars. We want everyone to enjoy themselves in the workplace and encourage attitudes that foster innovation, creativity and happiness.
We don’t just tell our staff how much we value them. We show it with an extensive benefits package, quarterly incentives and annual retirement contributions.
Additionally, we have a wide array of employee recognition programs, such as service awards and a caught in the act program. The centerpiece of our commitment to employee well-being is the Long View Career Life Plan (CLP). Our people meet regularly with their leaders to assess life achievements, career goals, trainingand marketable skills.
Everyone needs to let their hair down once in a while, and Long View makes a point of filling its employees’ social calendars. We throw some of the best corporate events around — including holiday galas, weekly get togethers and round ups.
Perhaps most importantly, we look after our people, offering support and compassion in dealing with life’s problems. Our family atmosphere has become the hallmark of our company.
We don’t just pay lip service to professional employee training and development, we go out of our way to provide it. At Long View, we have our own Learning and Development group that maintains our employee development plan and actively seeks out certification opportunities, creates training programs in emerging technologies, and offers abundant technical and soft-skills training courses for our employees year-round — all on the company dime.
Technology never stands still. It is always evolving. We want to make sure we are growing and evolving at the same pace, and that’s why Long View supports employee training and development in a flexible learning environment. We offer technical, soft-skills, and leadership training through various methods — including live and remote classrooms, e-learning, webinars, conferences, mentorship, and task forces.
And, yes, career advancement is something we take very seriously. Our Leadership Development Program (LDP) is one of the programs we are most proud of. Designed around the leadership principles of vision, alignment and execution, the LDP provides classroom learning combined with peer and management discussion, practical experience, challenges, videos, games, and group activities. Lots of development, but even more importantly, lots of fun is had along the way in our leadership journeys.
J'ai travaillé chez Long View Systems à temps plein
People are just making free money at this company. This company is resourceful and could be a good company, but I feel bad for the CEO and the owner of the company, you pay management / execs for nothing, review these positions (Site Manager, CSM, Team Lead, TSM) if you want LVS to do well in the future and look for help if needed.
I can speak with confidence that this company can definitely survive but 100% won't do well in the future. Good luck and hope you survive in C-19.
J'ai postulé via une recommandation d'un employé. Le processus a pris 4 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Long View Systems (Calgary, AB) en novembre 2019.
Great experience, extremely professional and constant follow up/communication with the candidate.
Discussions were mainly focused on experience, company culture and personality questions. They try to get as a person, not only skills wise.
1 - Phone screen
2 - On site interview - Line Manager & video conference with another team member
3 - On site interview with the Recruiter leaving the role
4 - On site interview - 1:1 Line Manager 30' VP People Culture 30'
Process got more extended than expected, before a decision was taken, however experience was a positive one!
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