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Some excellent people driving the success at CGI (now Pyroguard). Difficult production environment to compete against the bigger companies which often doesn’t sit well with production staff. There’s a balance to be struck. Pyroguard has some market leading products lead by an advanced R&D team.
Acrimonious production staff
This is the place careers go to die. You are constantly lied to and deceived. No training is provided, and you are left to fend for yourself. I did not feel valued nor appreciated in my stay here. Management is also unethical & incompetent. Would not recommend to a friend. Pros: None Cons: All
About 10 years ago, CGI was a good place to work with perks. Since then they have removed remote working and its not a good place with work life balance. You are just a number! and they make you work like a dog without being recognized! Its also a very political place. its about who you know. Management says they care but at the end of the day they dont! Dont join this company!
Worked in Huntsville AL. Management only cares about the bottom dollar, will continually lie to your face. Health benefits are high deductible and awful. The 401k match is capped at $2,500. . seriously. If you try and get into management, they will give you additional duties without promoting you or giving you additional compensation. Seriously, stay away from this company.
Not a great place to work if you expect adequate training. You basically learn job on the fly. It’s a pretty demanding job, the pay is not nearly enough for what is required of you.
Travel a lot
Exhausting mentally and physically
Stimulant environment to work in if you like staying at the same place. If you want to move up, you will quickly realize it is almost impossible if you do not have the correct connection even if you're doing an awesome job.
No advancement, poor salary increase
No employee loyalty, dysfunctional management and work environment, poor management, little commitment to career training and advancement. Management provides little to none in terms on mentoring and it is a extremely political environment. Many egos get in the way of being considered a High Performance organization. The HQ organization in Montreal is committed to the company growth and employee retention but it doesn't flow down the subsidiaries.
Many talented and dedicated employees.
No employee loyalty, dysfunctional work environment, poor management, little commitment to career training.
A typical day at CGI is rarely predictable, I am part of a team that handles end to end services, and therefore I am involved in every aspect of the business from the acquisition of a client, to the building of the architecture, delivery and transitio of the project and to the client customer service satisfaction of the service desk.
Hours often extend to evenings and weekends