TSE (Current Employee) – Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng – 20 January 2018
Land of broken promises, work is fine but conditions versus benefits and payments are not so good, lack of proper tools makes working harder, overall just a stop over until one can get someone/place that can appreciate your skills
Workplace to be used as a stepping stone towards future opportunities
Infrastructure Team Lead (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 8 January 2018
This company, although they proclaim to be 'the best', does not look after the employees at all Employees are used as a means to generate income for the Executive management, and are neglected and ill treated Employees are subject to going for years without proper increases and/or incentives
Good stepping stone as exposure is given to a wide array of skills
Field Service Engineer II (Current Employee) – Centurion, Gauteng – 13 July 2017
Its a good company to work for and I have joined Gijima I have learnt so much as we work as a team. Most importantly we support each other in ever task that was assigned to us and also share knowledge base and resource to resolve user Issues efficiently on SLA.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Gauteng, Gauteng – 18 April 2017
Usually a very busy and productive day with all the necessary backup and support Working at Gijima was a good experience the only problem is lack of training and job uncertainty due to retrenchment talks every year end
CISCO BU Manager (Current Employee) – Samrand, Gauteng – 11 April 2017
Currently I was head hunted to head up the CISCO BU on a national level. I have found the culture to be nothing short of friendly, helpful. Management is approachable and patient. The hardest part of my job is try to dig down through the multiple levels of decision makers across multiple buss units. The teamwork in the lower levels and determination to succeed.
Service Engineer (Current Employee) – Bloemfontein, Free State – 10 April 2017
Not a bad place to work, should you not be looking for a career path. You learn a lot. Most people are willing to help you if you are uncertain of certain procedures etc. Do not expect any raises or promotion soon or at any time. The position you are appointed in is the position you will stay in. Other than that I can't actually complain. I mainly manage myself and typically work from home. You do travel a lot, but you get used to it.
IT Desktop Support (Technician) (Former Employee) – Gauteng – 30 September 2016
my exprience in Gijima was so good and i enjoyed working in gijima and enjoying doing my job. i completed my diploma in IT and getting opportunity for IT technician it was a great experience and i have learned a lot. the manages were so supportive ad helpful. co-workers were also so supportive and team spirit was very strong.
Secretary / Personal Assistant (Former Employee) – Gauteng, Centurion – 24 August 2016
• Ability to multi-task and prioritize the work load • Flexibility to perform a variety of functions • Ability to initiate own communications/correspondence • Confidentiality/Discretion and Team player. I believe conflict should be managed as a positive factor of every working relationship • Ability to work under pressure in order to meet deadlines * I have a wide range of interests ranging from the creative through to environmental, communication, sporting and social concerns The reason I enjoy this field is I particularly get the opportunity to connect with people