Easygoing work environment with a lot of career growth opportunities
Data Centre Specialist (Current Employee) – Mississauga - ON, North York - ON – 8 May 2016
Symcor is an excellent company to work with a lot of opportunities for career growth. You will never feel that you are overloaded with job responsibilities. Also this company has very good annual bonus system.
productive work while always opportunities to learn
PROOF OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 26 April 2016
Minimal supervision for data entry and always able to learn new data processes. Workers here always demonstrate team player qualities with helping each other complete work before the dead line. Culture of the company is great.
Workflow and mailroom (Former Employee) – Don Mills, ON – 19 April 2016
Adept at working both in a team and independently. Skilled in data entry, File organizing Detailed oriented, able to multitask in a fast paced environment with minimal supervision Able to prioritize tasks and meet tight deadlines, accurate, self-motivated, and reliable
Senior Java Application Developer (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 March 2016
Productive working environment and effective management team that encourages employee innovation. Flexible working hours, multi-cultural working environment, excellent working private space and very cozy common room.
Admin (Former Employee) – Mississauga – 20 March 2016
I worked there for 3 years before being let go as a result of restructuring. Senior Management care very little about the people who actually do the work - they are more concerned for their own jobs and in particular - their status. I had to do a lot of personal errands for my bosses - getting meals, coffee etc. They had no idea of the work I was doing nor did they care as long as they were fed and watered - they should have hired a waitress. The company is going through MAJOR change and it seems a lot of jobs that are here today could very well be gone tomorrow. If you're not concerned about job security then go ahead and work here but if you are looking to build a career this definitely not the place to be. While the world is moving to a paperless environment Symcor would not exist without paper - that's their business and its dwindling quickly.
Long hours, unreasonable demands, do not tap into the real skills of people.
As with any company there are good and bad areas to work in. The ISS-TS area is definitely a bad area to work in . The leadership is very poor with declining morale and motivation across all areas. Everyone is over-worked with no assistance in sight. A very depressing place to work.
Insertion Operator (Former Employee) – Mississauga – 25 August 2015
-Take care of their employees well, - great pay and promotion opportunities - great and helpful benefits ( short-term and long-term) -Co-workers were very friendly and helpful - Adjust employees vacations well and are very understanding when it came to family matters/emergencies
Data Preparation Clerk (Former Employee) – calgary – 3 October 2014
I generally liked working here, i kept busy and everyone that worked here was nice and welcoming. The only thing i didn't enjoy about the job were the hours, i wanted a morning job and this was night shift.
A very fast and enjoyable work with the high tight deadlines
Associate 1 / Payment processing (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 August 2014
A day begins with thousands of payments invoices need to be process with the tight deadlines. I learned very valuable lessons such as how to handled the tight deadlines with the high volume, how to organize the work, how to communicate and handled if any issue comes, and learned about how to handled the clients work. Management is very friendly. The hardest part of the job is the deadlines for some companies payments has to process at the same time. The most enjoyable part of the job is very fast and time fly quickly and very friendly environment. My co- workers are very cool and friendly and i like them all.
Account Payable Analyst (Current Employee) – 1 Robert Speck Parkways Mississauga – 26 July 2014
Recording Account Payable Invoices in EIRS IBM Lotus 8.5, Allocation expenses according to concern departments, Purchase order matching in Oracle, EFT and Checks processing and verifying the EFT/Checks statements with recorded Invoices