Application development Associate manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2018
Good place to work and have great opportunities to work with fortune 500 companies with cutting edge technologies. Excellent corporate policies. Transparent management and clear communication to the employees. Under paid Salary
Business Operations Analyst (Former Employee) – Indian, ON – 19 February 2018
Office infrastructure is excellent. Amazing canteens, bay areas etc. Pick up and drop facilities. If you are good with your Manager, you can opt out from the cab facility and reimburse a good amount showing that you stay far away from the office. Clinic inside the campus. If you are sick, can go for a quick checkup. Shift allowances if you work on odd shifts. Cultural programs.
Business Systems Analyst II, Tableau Developer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 January 2018
- Typically you will get chance to interact with different clients and vendor - You will learn multiple technical things and client management activities. Work culture is very dynamic and each day you get new challenge and new things to learn -Good work culture and perks -Management is bit treaky and they will tease and squeeze you if you are not upto the company standard
Account Analyst, customer service (Former Employee) – Thorold, ON – 11 December 2017
People in Thorold are great. They do however, have little control over how things are run as this is a huge company and decisions are made elsewhere. This was once the premiere call center in the area, the one to work for, not any more as the pay is only at minimum rate.
typical consulting, good pay, long hours, high expectations
Management Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 December 2017
very competitive salary, worked with amazing people but didn't see future for myself in this company. Pressure to advance and always be doing more. can sometimes feel lack of control over career there.
Program Management Office Analyst (Current Employee) – Pioneer St, Mandaluyong – 7 December 2017
The worklife in the company is very lively and people you are working at is very accommodating and I love the workplace having a recreational activities like Gym, Billiards and other activities we do inside the company. In terms of work and benefits, we, people are valued every year by giving us good salary and incentives with a very good benefits. Overall, it was a nice place to work but I want find good workplace as well in Canada and live permanently.
Solution Architect (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 November 2017
It's an excellent company with good core values. It's a dream company to many and provides a very good platform for growth and opportunities. Work life balance is good and good HR policies. However, compensation is low at the junior level.
good policies, good work life balance, career opportunities, wealthy client base
Interesting work, competitive pay, selfish management, fun culture
Management Consulting Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 August 2017
The work was fairly interesting; though a little more granular than I would expect from a management consulting role. Analyzing specific processes and mapping current and future state. Further, the work life balance varies based on life cycle of the project. The culture is fun and the people are enjoyable to work with for the most part - though upper management tends to push their own agenda rather than your career development as an analyst.
Associate Manager (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – 28 July 2017
A typical day at Accenture for an application developer involves talking to clients, attending meetings, providing daily status reports and metrics. You are expected to multi-task and perform and complete internal Accenture requirements and trainings on top of your tasks for the clients. In addition, you are also required to initialize, spearhead and participate in nice-to-have activities like get-togethers, mentoring and brownbags, continuous learning and certifications. Accenture requires a 9-hour workday excluding lunch. The hardest part of the job, in my opinion, is the daily commute to work, and balancing work/life balance. The most enjoyable part are the people and the ability to change projects and increase skillsets.
flexible hours, good benefits
stressful, responsibilities on top of regular tasks
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 18 July 2017
Never apply to this company- they work for BC hydro and all they do is hire and use you for the time your probation is done and fire you so that they don't don't have to pay more for your benefits to kick in and they again hire fresh new batch! The job is very stressful and they make you run like hounds in a race. They lost the contract with BC hydro- serves them right!