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Good place to work in
Quality Analyst (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON9 October 2013
Good company to work with not only because of it is a reputed company of canada but also because of it friendly and lively work culture .I enjoyed my work
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Average management
Senior Technical Analyst (Former Employee) –  Toronto, CA24 August 2013
I was involved with the IT projects and had mixed experience with employees and management.

Not a very matured IT shop, but better than many other places.
Pros
Good place to work as an employee
Cons
Financial sector
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Different time of my life
Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Toronto Ontario11 August 2013
I worked here before I had children. I dedicated everything to my job. I had wonderful management to work under.
I advanced in a short time due to my dedication and my work ethic.
Left due to pregnancy and a move far away.
Pros
Everything It was a great place to work
Cons
When the markets went down.
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Was once a great company with Christian values. No longer
Mailroom Clerk (Current Employee) –  Toronto, Ontario21 January 2013
A typical day of work used to be full on enjoyment and motivation. There were many opportunities and there were leaders that laid the foundations for a prosperous future. Coming to work was a pleasure, with many chances to learn things. Co workers now and then were like family. The difference is the leaders now did not earn or learn their positions. They undermine the performance of staff heckling and bullying them. Destroying all motivation to advance, and protecting their own interests rather than protecting the company and it's staff. If audit were to ask them the workings of the company, it's policies and their functions and how they add value to the company, there would be a no answer. This is the hardest part of the job. The most enjoyable part of the job is enjoying what little of the past company lingers.
Pros
gym and benefits
Cons
politics, lack responsible of leadership and no room for advancement
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very nice people
Territory Coordinator (Sales) (Current Employee) –  montreal, qc20 July 2012
1) making calls
2)returning calls
3) receive and distribute mail
4)send mail
5) coordinate events
6)attend meetings.
7) etc....
Pros
n/a
Cons
n/c
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job ok
Senior Client Service Representative (Former Employee) –  toronto5 July 2012
ok company, high energy small customer service department. multiple job duties
Pros
good benefits
Cons
upper management
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