Collector (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 9 January 2018
This company had many different clients they dealt with, and I had the opportunity to touch base with most of them. This job provided me knowledge that I was not aware of. Also, this job is a handful and had to move on to pursue other opportunities.
Collections Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto , Ontario 255 Consumers Rd. Suite 400 – 29 May 2017
The collections officer positions have given me the opportunity to develop my financial skills and gain experience with dealing with various clientele. I was able to write tests and acquire the appropriate licenses. I reached the point where I was permitted to train and educate new incumbents to acquire the necessary skills in order to achieve high quality service. I Learned to work well within a team, fast paced environment, and communicate with upper level management.
Collections Officer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 July 2016
So I left my other job to work here because of "stability". It wasnt that simple. One of the operations manager actually called me for weeks to work with them.
Myself and along with 5 other individuals get hired at the same time. I believe a total of 10 people got hired within 2 months. Just for one department. A huge portolio gets pulled. Then single handedly, one by one, everyone who was hired was fired before their probationary period ended because of a "business" decision.
Only pros of working there are a some of the managers and people you work with. Depending on what portfolio you worked, you made your own schedule.
But stability is one thing you can cross off your list.
Collections Officer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 March 2016
It sounds better then it actually is. You get to pick your own hours, and get to choose when you work a late night ( monday- thursday). At the end of the day, they do not see you as a person but rather a number. They pressure you to hit your target, but if you hit it to many times, they find excuses for you not to succeed. if you do not hit your target, they will drop your pay. A lot of drama in the office, and it is almost like being back in high school
Collections Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 November 2014
A typical day at work is usually a productive one. Although I have financial backround experience I am always learning something new. I always appreciate a manager that is proactive and gets things done when needed. Always pleasant when your surrounded with positive and encouraging people. The hardest part of the job and learning to deal with hostile customers. The most enjoyable is closing accounts following proper protocal and guidelines.
Bilingual Outsourced Services Officer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 17 February 2014
Managing Corporate Accounts receivables for all businesses across Canada as an outsourced service provider for major Telecommunications company. Assessing the corporate accounts on the systems. Interact and communicate to clients to update their accounts online. Arranging for payments and forwarding account information. I gained exposure to the Credit Business. I learned the online system. I have enjoyed the negotiations and convincing skills I have displayed to attain mutual agreements. My co workers were very supportive and a great ambience. The hardest part was to vision ahead since the system is hard and fast and repetitive.
An enriching experence w.r.t all major macro areas in canadian market
Outsource Collections Officer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 7 February 2014
My day use to start with a cup of refreshing coffee in the entertainment area catching up with some early news headlines , planning the day ahead and gearing up mentally for the things to do at workstation, and finally progressing towards my assigned task and target achievement thru the day, finally posting my day's Vis-a- Vis report.
Have learned to be proactive from my supervisor in terms of day planning and work chores
Got all the support from my supervisor and co-team members during my stint professionally and socially.
It was really hard and disappointing when news of my lay-off due to a project lost by company came in , it was hard to digest, as I had never expected this.
Never the less I have enjoyed all my time and stint with the company be it work or leisure with colleagues and peers there...good luck to all ..my best wishes to CBCC.
Flexible approach towards employees.
Too dependent on current projects and ignoring future trends and times