Technical Support Rep (Former Employee) – US-Greenville, CA-Ronson/Guelph – 29 November 2017
You feel at home during working hours, where you can learn discipline and respect. Management is so organized and friendly and will treat you as a family. There is respect for a different workplace culture. The hardest part of the job is to gain respect and trust with the customers and clients. The most enjoyable part of the job is that we can help and work each other.
Business Development (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 October 2017
Terrible Canadian corporate culture because of some key management personell. Management lacks diversity and vision. Everyone is out for themselves and regularly throws others under the bus as that's the type of bahaviour leadership enables. A lot of inappropriate chatter especially if one does well. No real sales strategy other then lowering price to beat competition. Which results in lack of pay for most reps. There are some exceptions, and majority of the non management personnel are good people.
Leaders that don't have your back and only care about their own job.
great benefits and good people with intersting daily activities. Great supervisors and good atmosphere
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 13 July 2016
it was an interesting time working at synnex with a job that kept my mind busy and kept things new and exciting each day. The best part of my job was that it was something that stimulated my mind and kept me busy.
free lunch on overtime days..Bonus if certain criteria met.
One of the fortune 500 companies with a commitment to help community(One of the active sponsor for Kids Help Phone)
Credit and Collection Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 May 2016
A typical day includes managing credit and collection activities of the portfolio meeting dead lines and prioritizing job requirements. Exposure to new technology. Friendly management and supportive team members.
SYNNEX is a good company, just the compensation is not competitive.
Intermediate Accountant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 March 2016
SYNNEX's company culture is ok, managers in Finance are ok. Just the company's compensation was not that competitive, especially for me. There was not big work pressure there. But the gross margin was pretty loss that determine the cost reduction was a regular strategy to survive.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 18 September 2015
Since I was only there filling for receptionist I enjoy the job, and role I had accomplished. the job at times was boring, because of the confidently of not being able to use the computer, or to type up documents.
boring at times, because of confidently of the computer
Payroll Administrator (Former Employee) – Guelph, ON – 5 March 2013
-Completed payroll administration for a bi-weekly payroll ensuring that all deadlines are met ensuring compliance of employment standards across Canada. -Enter, verify and export time and attendance prior to processing payroll -Process payroll changes such as rate increases, retroactive adjustments, employee new hires, terminations, maternity leaves, medical illnesses, contract changes and vacation payments -Verify payroll batches and transmit to payroll service provider for processing Canadian and US payrolls -Process yearend changes to employee files, create T4 & T4A’s to meet required deadlines -Report ROE as required -Process manual cheques as required -Set-up and remit payments for garnishees and family support -Post to general ledger ensuring all company accounts reflect bi-weekly accruals to Simply Accounting -Provide backup and support to Payroll Administrator as required.
Account Management of National, Commercial Large and Small VARS as well as Higher Education,
Senior Account Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto office and travel Canadawide – 1 December 2012
My work experience at Merisel/SYNNEX set the foundation of my career in distribution. I was responsible in all aspects of the business including marketing and vendor management within the accounts I was responsible for.
extreme reach, exposure and the most learning experience