Tax Analyst (Former Employee) – Burlington, ON – 16 May 2017
Starting a co-op at Deloitte when I was 18 was a very different experience for me at the time. However, the employees are great and the culture makes it very easy for individuals to quickly immerse themselves in the organization.
To management people are just numbers. To co-workers the people here are friends and family. You can be fired at any time for any reason, but that is what you expect working for a large company. Management make decisions that would only make sense in an alternate dimension.
Management Consultant - Strategy & Operations FSI (Former Employee) – Dublin, D – 12 November 2015
A big4 with a very welcoming atmosphere. You get lucky if you join the team. A lot of exciting stuff is happening. Work hard play harder with a very young team. Opportunities for international mobility.
Smart and great people
growing team size can affect the entrepreneurial spirit of the team
Auditeur adjoint (Former Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 11 November 2015
My tasks consisted to analyse process and verify controls, and participate to the external audit of the clients. The team is young, professionnal and performant.It's a really stimulating environnement to learn. The job is really demanding, we work long hours, but we learn a lot.
very stressful and busy headoffice for Deloitte Canada
Reception / Administrative Support (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 November 2015
The headoffice of Deloitte Canada is very busy non stop stressful position with a constant flow of clients and colleagues. I really liked the people I got to know and work with everyday but as the office got busier the workload seemed to get unmanageable. The management was not supportive of growth therefore it was hard to move around and develop more skills.
Head, Financial Services (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 November 2015
Excellent people from an intellectual standpoint. However the culture is old school: top down, paternalistic, parochial, hire young grads work them to the bone, pyramid scheme under partners who own the firm with minimal opprty. to become partner, a lot of staff turnover.
smart and engaging people
inflexible culture, poor quality work, top down management
Administration/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 November 2015
Its a very demanding day but fun its very multitasking all day long with speed and time management all day long.How important time and multitasking can be,my co-workers are friendly and a team player , ending the day without completing all my days work , enjoyable pat of the job is going to work and making the customers happy and see my co-working ,
Business Operations Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 November 2015
A lot is expected of Deloitte staff and the work can be very tiring, however, do you come home feeling like you have earned your money. Management, for the large part is great to work with, but with the high levels of work that they have, it can be difficult to get a hold of them when you need them. In saying that, it does force you to develop yourself quickly and teach yourself new skills due to the level of autonomy that you have. My co-workers are some of the most incredible people I have met and would be a great addition to any company that takes them on in the future. A worrying feature, is the amount of contract work in all departments and the high rate of turn over.
Accounts payable Coordinator (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 23 October 2015
Deloitte is a company that is like a home. The co-workers were easy to communicate with and helped each other with many tasks. Each day the work would pile but by the end it would get done due to the fast workers and supportive management.
Diverse learning, learning and growth and cross knowledge available for learning and advancement
SR. INSOLVENCY COUNSELOR AND ADMINISTRATOR (Former Employee) – Edmonton, Alberta – 14 October 2015
Everyday was new and exciting and never was there one day like the other. Run client reports and reviewing creditors and preparing for counselling or first meet with debtors. It is very difficult to put in such a small space what has been learned. Professionally growing within the insolvency community, understanding of Income tax, Personal Property Security, Family Law Acts, etc. Psychologically understanding human nature and how to reach beyond that to build trust. My co-workers (whom most have moved on) were wonderful to work with and made each day a joy and excitement to come into the office each day. The hardest part of the job was telling debtors that the creditors had rejected the proposal and finding alternatives if that an option for their circumstance. The most enjoyable part of the job was that you saw how you were able to create hope and peace in their lives, help mend the broken pieces of their lives.
Records Management (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 October 2015
The thing I like about Deloitte is that they value work/life balance. In my time here the people and co-workers are the best thing. The sometimes difficult thing is the high turnover. The hardest part of my job is that we are very understaffed at the moment so I have to wear many hats.
Unique daily experiences that were challenging and rewarding
Communications Summer Student (Former Employee) – Toronto, On – 13 October 2015
During my four years at Deloitte as a summer student working with Communications, I was taught by great managers what it means to be a strong corporate writer. Learning about a company's unique voice, and what it means to use it to it's full potential to create uniformity across the firm, while also getting practitioners to read need-to-know information alongside human interest stories, is how workplace culture is communicated and leads individuals to participate within the firm.
I appreciated all that I learned from this great company, with every interactions being a new learning experience.
It was a wonderful place to work with lots of wonderful people. I was working in a new department, which didn't know how many staff they needed, so I was told in advance, I have a year contract but could end before if not enough work for everyone.
Was assigned a budy but when she got too busy, she didn't have time to guide me.
Great benefits despite being on a contract with an assigned laptop and smart phone
Not assigned a desk, must reserve your desk every two weeks, can't keep the same desk
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