Lots of potential, but overall, very disappointing.
Recruitment Solutions Partner (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 November 2016
I was given a car allowance but not allowed to visit clients. I was told I'd be a BDM for all of the GTA but that wasn't the case. I was told I'll be working out of the Toronto office but I started the first 2 months in Mississauga.
Information Officer (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 17 November 2016
Working for Service Canada is definitely challenging because you deal with people from different cultures, which you have to adapt yourself in order to continue to be successful. What bothered me the most about the job was the fact that there are always subject changes that the company reveals on short notice (very frequently). This has enabled a lot of agents to leave the company because of the way they operate as it pertains to operational management. The salary is what provokes a lot of employees to stay in this environment, however this is sometimes very stressful.
Being able to swap, give away or take shifts.
Short notice on annoucement pertaining to operational changes and policies.
Responsible for developing, analyzing and evaluating system program’s needs, designing and implementing new applications and solutions using the latest technologies, modifying, enhancing or adapting existing systems and integrating new features and improvements to Quantum’s internal IT applications and solutions. Quantum Management Services Ltd; a well reputed recruiting company providing permanent, contract, and temporary recruitment services for positions at all levels.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 2 April 2016
-Welcomes visitors by greeting them, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries -Directs visitors by maintaining employee and department directories; giving instructions -Maintains security by following procedures; monitoring logbook; issuing visitor badges.
Receptionist Switchboard Administrative (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 October 2015
Very good corporate office that deals with clients daily, both internally and externally. Good pay and wonderfull co-workers, quite environment. Typical day at work is that some days are not too bad and some other days the phone and customers go crazy! I enjoy my job because I get to listen to the need of others and help to resolve issues when it arise.
A good employer to work for. I could ask the very many questions that I needed to ask, and receive answers that I could understand easily.
Data Entry Operator / Reviewing Agent (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 20 October 2015
A typical day at work was entering people's applications into a database system. I learned how to work for the client, a government department. I got along with my co-workers well. The hardest part of the job was finishing the work by the deadline. The most enjoyable part of the job was finding out that working as a data entry operator was very similar to working as a bookkeeper. I still needed to adapt, pay attention to detail and to be flexible.
coordinator (Former Employee) – Ottawa – 28 September 2015
hard company to work for. Bad pay, no respect, over worked. Would never work there again. The staff were too clique. Kept getting told to do some things while being told to do something else. No career prospects.
It was a job with pay
bad pay. Clique co workers. No respect for work done
Part Time Sales Associate (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 16 April 2013
In my experience as part time sales associate, I was able to interact with my co-workers, had a good rapport with them and established good friendship as well. The hardest part of the job was when large volume of customers entered inside the warehouse purchased shoes, fitting one size to another, and then to another. I learned that when one works in a fashion world like shoes, clothing, etc., you should be fashionable in a way, so as to have an impact to the customers.