I would say at first you would feel like all is perfect. Everybody in focused on achievement and management on numbers. A good place to start a career in Finance not a lot of room to grow into something big so don't say long. Lot of work and stress on getting the job done but little reward in terms of pay salary
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 March 2015
I had Franklin for very long time and It was nice experience. It gives an enterprise level end-to-end exposure. The systems are of high availability and provides unique opportunity to learn latest technologies.
Assigned own projects, organized own meeting and gathered requirements
Business Rules and Procedures Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 February 2015
Reviewed existing policy and procedures and identified gaps, analyzed gaps. Presented new procedures and processed. Worked to develop new procedures and provided training and development material. Great supportive management and co-workers, daily fun working in the team. Enjoyed meeting different stakeholders and obtained their views, needs and requirements. Liaised with different departments, Testing, BAs, PMs, developers to implement new procedures, policies and processes.
Analyst, NAV Analysis and Control (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 January 2015
Back office role, which is a good entry level work right after University. Good friendly people, but tough management. Highly routine work with limited scope for value added work and/or imagination! Fairly relaxed atmosphere depending on your direct supervisor.
Some coworkers are ok but for the most part, it's about as positive an environment as a DMV. Absolutely no work life balance and no support from senior management. The company is focused on cost cutting and reporting positive results to the parent co., resulting in everything being underfunded and no investment in employees, education, technology or work tools.
Poor management, negative atmosphere, insane amounts of work