Challenging, fun and worklace full of new learnings everyday
National Sales & Operations Administrator (Current Employee), Mississauga – November 8, 2014
A Typical day at work is full of fun with new challenges everyday and the good feeling that one gets after solving various operational issues. I leart so many different things from Customer Service to client retention, from project Management to collections, from billing to procurement. My job has different dimensions and every hour is a hour spent in dong something that adds value to the organization. Management is very supportive and often rewards us for good performance. Co-workers are great, the team is blend of highly experienced people and new fresh graduates who were good students in the school.
Most Enjoyable part of the job is probably closing and what we called closings basket. The total is displayed and is every milestone is celebrated by the branch.
Senior Leadership Role supporting both internal and external clients
Director, Customer Management Services (Former Employee), Mississauga, ON – September 22, 2014
Working with many Fortune 100 Canadian customers and leading a support team of over 150 associates. Alarm operations across two centres (Montreal and Mississauga), technical support, national dispatch and client administration. External direct dealings with Security leadership representatives from financial, commercial and retail clientele.
Days were very busy and hectic and so it went by quickly
AR/Cash Application Analyst (Full-time) (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – July 29, 2014
Pros: cafeteria in the office
Cons: long hours, very busy
One of the first duty I would do as soon as I arrive, would be to prepare the cash flow report of the previous day's receipts which I would send it by email to all of the managers in the finance department. Then, I would post the various batches of the receipts for the cheques that were sent to the bank to be deposited the day before. Once the day's mail arrived, I would begin to process the cheques. After all the receipts were posted, we would go to lunch. After lunch, I would balance the day's receipts and then work on the payments in our unapplied account. The hardest part of the job was keeping up with processing all of the cheques that arrived. We were understaffed so we could not keep up with the volume. The most enjoyable part of the job was the posting of the receipts.
Technical Video Support (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – May 5, 2014
Pros: employee education programs and benefits
Cons: can be a stressful environment
fast pace, repetitive and flexible, the hardest part of the job is coming up with standards, management does a good job with making sure important information is communicated, co-workers are a pleasure to work with, learned a lot about the business ethics.
good place to work if you like stress and want to sink or swim
Fire alarm Technician (CFAA) (Current Employee), Stoney Creek, ON – November 19, 2013
Pros: company car, phone, computer
Cons: pressure with limited support
Typical work day load as many service calls as you will accept learned multiple fire alarm systems factory training management is poor office staff is under powered great co-workers really good other techs hardest part of the job is dealing with the stress for what support you get technically and financially the most enjoyable part of the day is working as a team when you get the chance
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – May 6, 2013
Great Company to work
Chubb Edwards provides an end-to-end, total solution approach to fire & security requirements that can address system design, production, installation, service, monitoring and continuing customer care. Our focus is integration, allowing all components of your system to operate as one for functionality such as intrusion detection, access control, video surveillance, nurse call and communications, fire systems, sprinklers and monitoring.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Mississauga ON – January 19, 2013
Normally busy most of the time, have learnt to be patient and to deal with people. Management is helpful most have an open door policy, helpful and friendly. The tam i work with on the night shift make a good team that works together well an easy going and friendly team. The hardest part is dealing with people especially that face that sometimes the job requires that we call them at home regardless of the time of day. When on a busy night everyone puts in 100% effort to clear the workload and the manager always says "good job guys" sometimes even orders a coffee or pizza for everyone.
I enjoyed my employment very much and due to family circumstances had to leave my job and relocate to Toronto.
Service Assistant (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – July 9, 2012
Pros: many enjoyable people, a good and postive office environment.
A typical day would be checking emails and phone messages answering phones. Greet the customers and show them to to the person who their appointment is with. Arranged for courier pickup,and collect and deliver mail to the proper departments; also typing of letters to customers and scanned and entered into spreadsheets. Banking if required and entering invoices into Quick books program. Phoning for accounts overdue. Filing and booking of appointments.
Way too much drama at this office, the management doesn't do anything about it so everyone treats everyone however they like.
Customers call in to complain all the the time and management doesn't do anything to help the customers out.
Job Work/Life Balance
professional and friendly co-workers
Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee), Owen Sound, ON – May 8, 2012
on a typical day I would speak with several suppliers and employees about invoices and expense reports process invoices for weekly cheque runs upset new vendors and update any information that had changed
Plus salaires et conditions, moins Securité d'emploi et plaisir !
Technicien installateur (Current Employee), Brossard, QC – March 3, 2016
Un métier en train de disparaitre pour être fusionné éventuellement à l'intrusion et/ou l'alarme incendie. Un bon salaire et de bons avantages ne suffisent pas à balancer pour la désorganisation, le manque de vision et le manque de support de Chubb. Une très grosse boite qui est déconnectée de ses gens de terrain embourbée dans la paperasse et une avidité sans limite...
Technicien inspecteur de système d'alarme incendie (Former Employee), Edwards, ON – November 26, 2014
Pros: travail en abondance, voiture fournie, cellulaire fournie
Cons: salaire, avancement, avantages
Je trouve que dans cette compagnie on contrôle trop l'évolution d'un technicien ce qui nuit à son développement. Les possibilités d'avancement sont minces et très longue, par contre c'est une compagnie où l'assurance de travail est sure.