sales (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 2 November 2015
This is not really a great environment to work in little and no training no clear objective and changing management objectives if you're looking for a transition job this is great but give yourself a maximum of six months and you're out of there
Customer Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 2 November 2015
no benefit you didn't have any vacation or sick days , very hard work but you didn't get what you worth only selected people get training or get advancement position calgary call center will close soon location
Security Surveillance Analyst (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 6 March 2013
Optimal Payments is a growing company where they makes sure to give you the opportunity to succeed and exel if you are willing to do so. This makes people work hard to prove where they stand in the company which is a respectful quality to have. They give you any needed guidance and are open to giving education and guidance when necessary.
Valuable, informative and fast paced. Exciting job environment.
Account Surveillance Analyst (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 30 November 2012
A typical day at work would require one to be attentive to detail. One has to be alert and critically analyze information, documents as well as conduct phone calls. Through this job I have learnt to be quick at what I do as well as pay attention to detail. One tends to manage oneself which is great because it gives you a feeling of independence. My co-workers are great and the office environment is very positive. One of the hardest parts at work is when one has to make a quick decision based on uncertainty. The job gives a person a lot of independence when it comes to decision making which is a great aspect but sometimes also hard. The most enjoyable part at work is making good decisions and being recognized.