Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 23 July 2017
I will not recommend this job to any innocent girl. They embrace you at the time of the interview; management do not provide you with advancement opportunities instead they send stalkers after you to get your stuff stolen so that you can be in debt forever.
Client Technical System Analyst (co-op) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 July 2017
I learned so much thing that I can't learn at school. I learned how to work as team member, deal with heavy duties and social network. My team are very friendly and nice. They are always welcome to ask questions and answer the questions
flexible work hours, frendly co-workers, good learning enviornment
a bit strict work-process, takes some time to have a access
Dynamic enviroment with interaction with people from all across the world.
Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 17 July 2017
Good place to work if you are new to the Finance Sector.You get to work with a very diverse team from all across the world. The job mostly requires to do sales and see if you can get the client approved for a financial product.
Process Engineer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 July 2017
Fun Workplace. The typical work. This role has allowed me to understand, analyze and redesign current processes and to reduce the negative impacts of existing processes on productivity and efficiency and propose solutions by facilitating meetings with stakeholders and documenting their business requirements.
Right of offset Officer (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 16 July 2017
A typical day in my current position entails handling an inventory of financial and small business accounts for the receivable department. Primary goal is to expedite the payouts of these accounts or bring them current. The objective is to reduce both the bank and its clients' exposure to further credit or financial risks.
With a recent shuffle in the executive management, the firm has shifted from a conservative and risk adverse approach to a more innovative and client-focused culture. Having been with the bank for eight years and started there as a temporary staff transitioning to full time, its an enjoyable experience being able to witness the change and progress that brought the bank to a new milestone.
The difficult part of the job is not being able to resolve a client's financial issue after exhausting all possible resources and exploring solutions.
Good benefits and stable hours
Limited opportunities for advancements and average pay
Financial service Rep (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 July 2017
• Engaged with several clients every day to meet their immediate and future needs, offer advice, handle objections and complete sales for both personal and small business clients • Proactively contacted clients by phone to identify potential client needs, and schedule appointments to further discuss clients’ opportunities • Seek to understand and advised clients based on a comprehensive financial planning approach including cash management, credit, investment and wealth protection
SENIOR FINANCIAL SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 11 July 2017
Managers micromanage you to the extreme. The company gives you a list of clients to call every day. They believe successful sales come from the business these calls generate. Even if you get outstanding sales results, if you do not meet these call targets you get NO bonus, and get threatened with job termination.