phone agent (Former Employee) – Richmond, BC – 20 October 2017
The union basically runs this place, everything is seniority based, you will never advance...ever...if you are okay with basically minimum wage after all the "mandatory" fees then maybe its for you. The staff seemed miserable, management cannot coach anyone underperforming because of the union. The hours are terrible, again because...Union! Doesn't matter if you do your job better than everyone around you, if you are not you will never get recognized for it.
Benefits - but you pay for them
Union, no advancement, low wages, Union, negative work place
Senior Manager, Financial Partner Marketing (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 August 2017
There are incredibly bright and driven individuals at Aimia who are keen to move the business forward through innovation. Unfortunately, the lack of direction and culture means there is a severe retention problem at Aimia. The constant revolving door is incredibly unproductive.