"First and foremost, the environment/social aspects of this company are actually out of this world. So many nice and memorable people I've met and everyone is always willing to help out. Weekly games nights, soccer, hockey and lunches were just some of the stuff we did for fun. I got the same level of respect as that of a full time employee while still constantly learning things from the higher ups. The work wasn't too difficult but could sometimes get boring/repetitive which is my only complaint"
almost 4 years ago
Based on $600/week
"This job was originally posted as Java Application Developer but during the interview it was mentioned that the role will be changed to QA. Honestly, QA is a lot easier. Good points: Everyone is very polite and helpful. Loads of team activities. Whopper Wednesdays, Friday lunches, etc. There are always things to test. Occasionally, developers will ask you to code some small script for them. Excellent pay. Bad: It is quite repetitive, same test cases about once a week."