Profile Technical Support (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 February 2018
Great place to work. Really enjoyed the company culture. Made great colleagues. Youthful culture and very diverse environment. Loved being part of the team and they are very smart people working there. Was a little far from where i lived.
Software Programmer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 20 January 2018
The place was great to work when it used to be in the old building. The benefits were awesome and so were the people. Not a fan of the management though, they were a bit clueless and sneaky with their hiring practices.
Tax Adviser & Pro Review Agent (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 September 2017
Intuit is an awesome company. Even as a seasonal worker we are included in all corporate events / meetings etc. However, we cannot participate in Share purchases or receive any benefits or pension/rrsps.
Head of PMO for CTG (TurboTax) (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 17 June 2017
Canadian org leaves much to be desired. The US is the place to be for any growth opportunities. Socials are frequent and perks are better than most (snacks, outings, etc). Pay is top of the line. Tax season is brutal.
Sr. Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 May 2017
Great work-life balance with good pay and benefits. Get to work closely with customers and grow your career. Definitely recommend especially if you are interested in going above and beyond your day job.
Certified Consultant (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 10 May 2017
It was my first job and I am really thankful to the managers to allow me to have a chance to work there with them. It was a completely different experience for me and every day I learned something new. There was work stress sometimes but I loved working there. The manager was a really good person and also very helping. My work started at 9 am and used to end at 5 pm. My colleagues were very helpful and nice. There i learned how to talk with clients, how to handle the situation no matter how worse it is.I learned how to brainstorm and find out the root of the problem to solve it. I also learned that there is always a way to solve problems. There was no hardest part of the job since I believe there is always something new to learn and there is always a new way to solve a problem in an easy way. The most enjoyable part of the job was whenever I used to solve a problem for a client and realize that they were happy with my service, it was more like an inner satisfaction for me to be able to do the job I was assigned to do.
Annual Day Celebration at IBM had been always a lifetime memorable event
Quality Analyst/Telecaller (Former Employee) – Gurugram – 30 March 2017
-Compliance auditor, data scrubbing and escalating defaulters found guilty on the grounds of Compliance/ethics was done on daily basis post as a quality analyst - Prior to promotion as a quality analyst, used to work on Point Of Sale QuickBooks software and troubleshooting on calls with customers was a typical day at work
Tax & Accounting Analyst (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 15 March 2017
Intuit Canada is one of the best work place. The working atmosphere is very professional and friendly. Their focus is on performance rather than hours etc.They have lot of social events as stress reliever.
Engaged as a technical writer (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 19 December 2016
The people were very nice and the office is very productive; however, the onboarding experience left a lot to be desired. For someone with little experience, it proved to be a challenge learning the role. Some of the companies products are given far higher priority than other products.
Terrible communication between management and staff.
Tier 2 Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Windsor, ON, – 14 December 2016
Unable to accommodate bookkeeper and accountant needs with the software. Companies communication amongst staff and management is terrible and minimal. Software updates and changes occur without Intuit notifying staff.
Technical staff working in outsourced departments are not treated the same and must consult Intuit as a middle step between every action taken. Escalated matters from outsourced departments are left unattended and unresolved for months while escalations submitted by bagded Intuit staff are handled in timely manner.
Have submitted multiple requests for months to provide testing material to outsourced departments, as Intuit provides work phones, work ipads and test printers and computers to their staff in order to re create software issues using these tools, yet outsourced departments still do not have the QuickBooks application installed on their computer and are forced to troubleshoot by memory as opposed to providing material they may view on the phone with their customers.
Intuit was also unaware of the tax rate change for New Brunswick recently. Upon questioning the engineers as to why the new tax amount was not updated in the newer software, they had advised that they were completely unaware of this change and did not have a "compliance resource" to inform them of these updates - yet we claim to design the software with accountants.
Currently work here, would not recommend to anyone.
very fun and positive environment ... so long as you dont work in CARE
Service and Support Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 December 2016
stay away from taking a position on their Mississauga Care team.
the current manager is a micromanaging guru and uses intimidation and fear to motivate his staff. I am speaking from personal experience and am not the voice of a bitter ex employee who got fired or laid off - I quit after finding something better.
If you apply for a job in Sales, Marketing, Product or some other department then you're set as its a great place to work. Just dont take a job in Care... not to mention they are always outsourcing Care (customer service / tech support) jobs to smaller outsourcing centres within Canada to be able to stand behind providing support from within Canada.
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – Various – 21 June 2016
Intuit fosters a collaborative environment and treats employees well. Their compensation 'total rewards' are competitive and the people are great. There are too many managers/directors who aren't held accountable and this can disrupt effective collaboration. In order to get ahead, you need to play the political game