MNP LLP is a wonderful company to work for. MNP LLP has been listed as one of the top 50 companies to work for in Canada for the past several years.
Accounts Payable/Receivable Administrator (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 26 November 2012
I started work at 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 pm. First part of day was to go over vendor invoices making sure all approvals for payment were met and making sure that if any product was received (stationery) that what we were being invoiced for product received. Coded & entered vendor invoices for payment. However, MNP is mostly a client based firm. My afternoons were for accounts receivable, client queries & processing payments. Proud to say that I always have terrific client relationships. My co-workers are a great bunch of people to work with. I honestly believe that MNP takes great strides to show appreciation to their employees. Hardest part of the job was not being kept busy which was very rare. Best part of the job was that, from the get go I mentioned that I was not the type of person who needed or wanted anyone looking over my shoulder. MNP gave me freedom to do what I do, set things up the way I wanted and they depended on me to do things right which I did. Also proud to say that I`ve always have very good job reviews and a raise every year.
good job, good pay, great team members, always fair, room for growth, etc, etc.
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 12 September 2017
MNP was a great experience learning how to analyze financial information. The leadership team was great at teaching students how to think critically and provided a very supportive environment to learn. The office always had fun events to break up the day including ping pong and Foosball.
Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 September 2017
These guys are bad, hire more people than they need and will let them go after busy season. If you're thinking of getting your letters here good luck and make sure you have a backup job post busy season.
Staff at your level are nice
Terrible management, long hours, paid OT isnt paid out, you just work 35h in the summer
Something (Former Employee) – Somewhere – 28 April 2017
Management has little to do with their employees. I worked so hard for this company and have no idea whatsoever why I was dismissed. This has left me with a bad opinion of this company. I had this company on such a pedestal. All I can say is it's awful to be forced to leave without a reason. No one cares if you do a good job going above and beyond.
Nice colleagues, receptionist was phenomenal
Lack of communication, expectations aren't clear etc...
Lead Administrative Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 April 2017
Most people are mature and professional. My manager was caring, hard working and knowledgeable. The culture at this organization was healthy and hard work was always recognized at least in the department I worked. Great place to grow.
Staff Accountant (CA Articling Student) (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 2 April 2017
MNP was a good place to work; however, the workplace culture was disorganized and it did not feel as if employees were all united in a common goal to make the organization better. It was still a well run company but I did not feel like the culture was a good fit for me.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 30 December 2016
I loved working for this company. Partners and managers are great to work for. I would go back in a blink. Administrative assistants can get a bit forgotten in the bigger picture, but mostly a great company.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 27 October 2016
As said by other reviews you are woo'd by salary and the promise of growth. However management keeps you in the dark and surprises you with decisions that directly effect you without warning. There is a lack of direct communication and unless you play their brown nosing game you are branded as not a team player. "Work hard, play hard" is their motto. It's really more like drink and socialize with the right people gets you promoted and advances you.
Poor management, lack of effective communication and career direction
Accountant (Former Employee) – Alberta – 8 September 2016
Pros: - Great co-workers - Flexibility in hours - great learning environment
Cons: - Expected to work overtime all times of the year whenever needed, regardless of prior commitments. - Zero job security. - Do not value employees. If they do not like you, they will not think twice about letting you go. - Poor management. Managing partners do not know how to manage employees, poor social and people skills . - Managers/partners never provide any feedback as to your performance.
ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 22 September 2015
Fast paced environment with energetic employees willing to help out where ever they can. During the year and a half I was there I learned a variety of different jobs and procedures. Working with 10 or more Accountants and their students helped me to recognize my time management, multi-tasking and interpersonal skills. Tax time was a very demanding time of the year. I found it to be challenging to be everywhere at once but I thived on the challenge, worked over-time and missed the excitement once it was over.
employee luncheons, christmas parties, employee appreciation days