Financial Consultant (Former Employee), Belleville, ON – January 12, 2015
Pros: trips, meetings
Cons: long hours, slow during winter
vey productive days learned - all paper work and computer programs they have awesome management very caring co-workers are awesome team players hardest part of job-getting clients enjoyable part -knowing you have really helped someone
mail clerk/data entry (Former Employee), Winnipeg, MB – April 17, 2013
Pros: enjoyed my work
Cons: downtown parking
I started out working with this company in the mailroom, than I was promoted to a data entry clerk. Both positions I enjoyed. It was a fun place to work with lots of comadrie between employees because we were all female around the same age.
They are in the business of selling fees not managing money professionaly
Senior Executive Consultant (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – May 16, 2015
100 percent commission. Can work for the right individual. They are great at attracting people new to the industry. Management and leadership is outdated and only care for the bottom line. Investment selection is horrible and full of high fees.
Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Ottawa, ON – March 24, 2015
Pros: management always brings treats, fun socials
Cons: assistant pay
If you are strong and organized, you can make a lot of money in this business. It takes planning and thinking. The staff and the consultants are all professional and theyre very work and family oriented.
Consultant / Division Director Assistant (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – November 18, 2015
working environment varies based on the people you works with. most of the surroundings are nice and helpful. it is very delightful. the training is very useful, you will have your eyes opened but networking is the thing that kills most of the consultant's confidence.
Investors has a great work, life balance for their employees
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Current Employee), Brantford, ON – August 16, 2014
I have had the pleasure to work with and met so many good honest people working for Investors Group. The company itself ensures their employees are happy in their environment which in turn has a positive direct impact on their clientele.
Very good environment and no surprises. Good people.
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Burlington, ON – November 19, 2015
Although this is a contract role for me I am very pleased with the environment and the outcome. I am doing this work part time. The terms of the contract are being adhered to and the advisor I work with is very fair and easy to work with. He really appreciates what I am doing for him.
Financial Consultant (Former Employee), London, ON – September 2, 2015
Pros: Meeting new people
Great job and company if working independent and developing ones own business is your life goal. Meeting new people every day keep the experience fresh. Require a residual income for the first two to five years getting started,
Researched, evaluated and presented investment reports while analyzing client's plans at Investors Group.
Financial Analyst (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – January 4, 2014
I learned to identify and interpreted new market opportunity & presented findings to Financial Advisor. I gained excellent interpersonal & project management skills through administrative support and demonstrated ability to multitask & allocate time to meet deadlines.
Client Service Administrator (Current Employee), Edmonton, AB – November 29, 2014
Each day i face many situations and i work on different types of tasks. I enjoy working in a great and warm environment. Getting along with co-workers is easy and it makes work life more enjoyable. At the end of the day it is a productive workplace.
Financial Planner (Current Employee), laval – January 5, 2014
Pros: free time
Cons: no salary
IG is a very big company in wich you can learn a lot about canadian financial life. It is aself employed job wic needs a lot of effort and time to start eneratin income. The team is very helpful and cooperative.
CONSULTANT (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – December 30, 2015
75% of consultants do not make it after the first year. Need a large network of supporters. If you ever end up leaving the company because you did not succeed. Prepare to PAY the company $$$ because you are likely to owe the company money.