Settlements Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 27 November 2017
- Amazing and innovative company (overall) - Heavy workload in the department I was hired on with. Good work life balance at first. Eventually given project out of my scope/experience/interest and work life became unbalanced. - Reasonable salary for tasks (given task difficulty).
Employee (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 29 October 2017
Very Unprofessional Culture especially the Manager.. Funny he knows nothing yet his boss doesn't seem to notice.. All his staff knows how incompetent he is be can still get around it.. The only company where alcohol drinking at work is allowed.. and oh, a financial institution where you can delete history transactions.. hmmmm...
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Not the company you want to grow with and work for
Transaction Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 19 October 2016
You learn a lot about equity purchase plans, registered plans, broker services, etc. Great trainer, great co-workers. Very low pay for the responsibilities that you have. Many clients that call in are very rude. Unstable web applications. Managements lacks professionalism. Very unethical and poor communication skills. Not a place to stay for the long term. People come and go like there is no tomorrow.
Great co-workers, great trainer, good location
Unprofessional and very unethical management, low pay
Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary – 6 September 2016
Generally staff was untrained, overworked and unhappy. Receptionist was surly. Client tried to implement new interfaces but was thwarted by our constant data changes. The fact that they are still advertising jobs that are no longer available reflects their professionalism
This company is growing way to fast which in return causes bad organization. Also there is a big lack in training but very high expectations. Big lack of professionalism from management team. Left hand doesn't know what right hand is doing and everybody is not on the same page with the processes. People who work there in general are quite unhappy.
Call Centre Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 November 2012
• Answered phone calls from numerous customers and clients • Precisely fulfilled customer inquiries regarding orders and accounts • Provided detailed technical information regarding receiving or sending shares or cash • Efficiently answered phone calls in a professional manner and maintained loyal customer relations with clients