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Its fun loving place
Scheduler analyst (Current Employee) –  Richmond Hill, ON4 July 2017
Its well organize place and fun loving too. employee celebrate all the occasion like purple day, celebration day. Management is helpful and discipline.
Pros
Relax and calm place - Not pressue
Cons
Not challenging
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Pay is lower than industry
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Calgary, AB24 June 2017
Low pay but flexibility, vacation is good and stock option is good. i'm looking for jobs because of low pay hard to live off. not alot of movement options.
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Great Boss
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON30 March 2017
A great place to work in.

Learned a lot.

Manager was extremely supportive and helpful at all times. I believe he has already moved on to another firm. Would definitely want to know where he is.
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Productive and fun workplace
Customer Service (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC27 February 2017
Good company with a lot of positive aspect.

They have an amazing team and High standard recruitment team.

I loved my time with them and this place gonna miss me.
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computer share
Software Developer (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON25 January 2017
low salary
basic benefits are sufficient but not well
work life balance is fine
poor project management in IT area
Salary increment almost nothing, give peanuts only.
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Very receptive
Transfer agent (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC4 January 2017
This is a receptive job where you can process within the financial world. The company is established in Toronto Montreal Calgary and Vancouver and many other parts of the world.
Pros
benefits since day 1
Cons
30 minutes lunch breaks, very strict on schedules
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Productive
Team Member (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON19 September 2016
People are very nice to work with. Team take care of each other. Will learn a lot about Securities Transfer Rules and Regulations.
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Extremely nice work life balance
Administrator (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON5 July 2016
A very laid back workplace with a flexible schedule. However, avenues for career advancement are limited. Coworkers are very nice though managers can be a flip of the coin.
Pros
Flexible schedule
Cons
Not many avenues for advancement
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Fun workplace, good people, wish they paid more.
Investor Services Agent (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC23 April 2016
This was a fun workplace, the atmosphere among employees was great. The pay however was ridiculously low for a company in the securities industry. Also, the culture within management is such that there is an IN group, and so, it is difficult to advance in spite of being talented.
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Truly horrendous company
Developer (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON24 March 2016
Horrible place to work. Management treats employees like garbage and the products are a mess. This was the worst job I ever had in my life.
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It's excellent Company to work
Account Administrator (Former Employee) –  100 University Ave15 March 2016
I have learned about money market and equity investment.
I was able to reconcile various clients’ financial records and statements with General Ledger.
Pros
30 min
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Acceptable workplace
Transfers (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON22 February 2016
Computershare work environment is acceptable as people make it entertaining and enjoyable. Management is pretty understanding of people's lives outside of work. The amount of work is acceptable but not for the compensation received.
Pros
Co-workers
Cons
Compensation
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Godo entry level job
Bank Reconciliation Administrator (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC23 December 2015
There is not very much room to move around or do new things. The co-workers are very nice but there is no room to really talk and get to know each other.
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My experience with Computershare was demanding, and 247 for over 15 years straight
Senior programmer Analysr (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON15 December 2015
Computershare is a global company with Australia parent. There is a wide scope of talent within this company. My particular area of expertise was a unique system specifically designed and maintained to satisfy the ever evolving Mortgage Backed Securities System. The Custodial record keeping system, vault details of certified Mortgages to be Pooled and daily transmissions to CMHC and participating Insurers is very specific. Receipt of all Participants (the banks) for the most part must ensure that the components of all pool were complete as per CMHC. Monthly payments of all principal, penalties, adjustments and redemptions for all security holders were calculated and distributed to security holders as per payment method desired (cheque, direct deposit or EFT). All financial reporting and distribution reports generated and some posted for Interested parties on a secured website.
All billing of services provided were invoiced based upon services provided. These were in turn used to perform budget allocations.
Pros
I really liked my job and the fine turning required many times with little advance notice.
Cons
Long hours and no backup
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Excellent Communication and fun working environment.
Administrator (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB23 October 2015
Gained lots of experience in this workplace. It is a fun working environment with a great team that work together very well with excellent communication within the team which is very important in this role.
Pros
Travelling to meetings in different locations and flying to other city's.
Cons
High pressured.
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Great
Distribution Administrator/ New Royalty Analyst (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB27 July 2015
Great Company to work for. They can be a little cheap on staff and management does need better training. To much office gossip and not enough work.
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Mediocre management and lack of available work make working here torture
Software Developer, Perl (Contract) (Current Employee) –  Richmond Hill, ON26 April 2015
Pros
Employees are treated with respect
Possibility to work from home for some employees (not everybody)

Cons
below average job salaries
no growth opportunities
70 % of the employees do the minimum as they are not encouraged to do more
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Good Invironment to start your courier
Mailroom & Imaging Administrator (Former Employee) –  Toronot, On21 March 2015
• Recorded, distributed, filed of incoming documents
• Daily ticketing job for important items and have them redirected to the corresponding department
• Every day incoming mail and outgoing mail processing
• Serving at the frontline receiving phone calls
• Coordinating with other departments,c ourier messengers from other companies in regarding to all the incoming and outgoing mails
• Opening incoming mails and sorting them into different categories to be batched and scanned
Pros
Good invironment
Cons
Low pay
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productive and easy going work force
Data Entry Clerk and Office Administrator (Former Employee) –  Toronto18 March 2015
I have enjoyed my time at Computershare, very good management and a nice relaxed working atmosphere.
During my time here I have learned key financial billing skills
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Poor payscale
Taxation Reconciliation Officer (Former Employee) –  toronto, on18 March 2015
It's a good place for a starter and once you gain experince to move as their pay structure is poor compared to other financial institutes.
The colleagues and very friendly which really helps a lot.
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