Rim Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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BlackBerry Limited is a Canadian multinational company specialising in enterprise software and the Internet of things. Originally known as Research In Motion (RIM), it developed the BlackBerry brand of smartphones and tablets.

A former technical writer mentioned, "At BlackBerry ALL of the managers were a real bunch of clowns who promoted only their friends. The only thing worse than the useless managers was the dispicable pay scale. It soon became an insufferable place to work. Some of the higher up's, who arrived at work at 11 am, would criticize anyone who was leaving at 5 pm."


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Representative (Former Employee) says

"No sense of direction within management. Constant changes to guess what works what doesnt. No room for growth or proper training on the systems. High turn over rate. Everyone watches out for themselves."

Customer Service international services (Former Employee) says

"Horrible, work load is too much due to frequent lay offs . Negative work environment with management that won’t back you up in things your need. It’s sad to say, but you will only get promoted if you are a favorite or have worked here for a very long time. Another con would be that insurance here is way too expansive. Stay away from this toxic work environment"

Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"Poorly managed and not willing to take suggestions from employees who have been in the position for years. When you are salary they really push the hours so they don’t have to pay the hourly employees and most of the staff are from a temporary agency."

Sales (Former Employee) says

"Worked at RIM very briefly. There is a gossip circle, so be sure to impress everyone from the start. Don't ask questions, because that'll get to the execs that you don't know how to do your job. Good luck."

Import / Breakbulk (Current Employee) says

"This place used to be a fun and healthy working environment with a family vibe and employees used to play ping pong in the warehouse after work and employees go out on weekend to get together until there's a change of management and prohibited many company customs and removed all internal advancement opportunities. Cons: High deduction on health care, no advancement, no raise after the new management."

Warehouse Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Unorganized company to work for"

Dock Worker (Former Employee) says

"Rim logistics is a good place to learn and gain experience in driving a sit-down forklift, but if you have experience in driving forklifts then I would steer away from here. Unless, of course, if you want to be under-paid and go nowhere with your life. Raises only come between every 3-5 years. The warehouse has some decent workers, and some who do nothing and get paid for it, which is well known by management. Cons: Below standard pay"

Forklift Operator (Former Employee) says

"This not company to make carrier on because corporate do not care about the back bone of the company lower worker that do all the labor and hard work,corporate put to much work on the lower worker Cons: Corporate"

Export (Former Employee) says

"Many of the resources were misallocated to management positions that showed little productivity. While there are many strengths within the company, there needs to be a higher focus on retention of current successful employees and creating upward mobility to those who show initiative and growth."

Picker/Packer/Stocker (Former Employee) says

"Attempt Service company ,responsibilities: Picker Packer merchandise mostly cosmetics item at a fast-paced working on a line in a warehouse as a team for other businesses"

Account Executive (Former Employee) says

"Small work environment compared to their larger corporate offices in Chicago. Company was going through growing pains while I was there."

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