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I have been working at Stantec full-time (More than a year)
Great teammates; exciting projects (large and small). Good compensation for Project Managers/Senior Engineers. Hard work is well recognized by upper management.
Too many profit centres (BC's). Some departments could be rather political. RRSP and stock matchings can be more attractive (not 1:1).
Advice to Management
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at Stantec (Vancouver, BC (Canada)) in November 2014.
The interview was with a project and department manager who wanted to skip the HR process. Part of the reason was because I obtained the interview from an employee referral. They said that HR would contact me later if they decided to hire me. The department manager liked to probe to understand why I was interested in the job and to make sure I was 100% interested in buildings engineering. He made it clear that mechanical engineering is very broad, and that if I chose to work in buildings, I would be starting from scratch if I attempted to move to a different industry and that a P.Eng. would not mean anything. The interview process after the initial interview was very long and a lot of time was wasted attempting to contact both the project and department manager about the status of my application.