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Size of company: Large (More than 500 employees)

Industry: IT: Services

  • Webster defines a bureaucrat as "an administrator concerned with procedural correctness at the expense of people's needs". This, I believe, accurately describes the CGI way of doing things. Management is obsessed with processes and if employees complies to the gazillion number of CGI processes. They don't care how you're actually doing, how you feel about your work, they simply want to do if you're a good soldier by acting and thinking like a CGI cardboard template. I've rarely seen managers with so little insights about what's really going on. Even if you prompt a manager to "think", he/she will react negatively by reminding you what this is the way things need to be done. No wonder the company stock has been trapped between $9 and $11 for the past 5 years...

    Posted on 29 October 2008 by Rater #161 | Flag as inappropriate

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