Laid-back environment, challenging work, great manager, and great benefits
New Lexis Editor (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 7 February 2017
In both my positions at LexisNexis, I found the culture to be laid back and welcoming. My direct managers were readily available, helpful, friendly, and transparent.
On the job, I had a number of projects at any given time, each with varying deadlines and levels of complexity. As one of the most knowledgeable members of the QuickCite team, I was entrusted with training, organizing, and reporting on the UCN project, one of the largest New Lexis remediation projects. In addition, I managed several smaller initiatives.
In both my LexisNexis positions, I was viewed both as a source of knowledge and as an innovator for finding solutions to everyday problems that impacted my department's efficiency.
Relaxed culture, great benefits, interesting and challenging projects
Not much room for vertical growth, mediocre salary
Editor, NetLetters (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 11 January 2016
Working for LexisNexis Canada Inc was a very positive experience. I felt driven to excel.I worked in a satellite office with amazing people from various departments. I found the job enhanced my organizational and management skills. I learned how to use advances features of Microsoft Office Suite with company training tools.
<elided> (Former Employee) – Kingston or Toronto – 18 March 2014
This is a company in a very old business, that of updating and printing books on paper. The people were wonderful, the management well-meaning (if often behind the times). As part of a declining industry, their pay rates were uninspiring. Conversely, they were good at hiring the semi-retired, notably for programming their IBM mainframe computer and Windows PCs.
good work atmosphere, huge and neat and clean place, good canteen with good food
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 27 November 2013
Monday is a typical but important day, as you would know the whole week's work schedule and important tasks to be carried through. there is always a lot to learn at the job. Good management, especially the resource manager and the Project Manager. Always had good rappo with co-workers, including from other project departments. I didn't feel anything hardest, but yes sometimes it gets tiring with deadlines, meetings and overwork. lunchtime.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 September 2013
My day always started with a pleasant smile, connecting with Management, regarding any new information needed for the day. Connected with clients through email, fax and phone each day. Worked in a very pleasant environment. I learned from our clients and co-workers that starting with a smile and pleasant attitude could always ease any issue that the customer may have, and solving their issues was my goal. Shared work related information with co-workers. The hardest part of my job was leaving it at the end of day. Loved interacting with our clients, and satisfying their needs was extremely rewarding.