Okay for technical roles, not for business analysis
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – 14 Carlton – 1 June 2017
Business analysts are undervalued and much of the work you will be doing is not core business analysis so career development would be minimal. The plus is the good work/life balance as you are not expected to stay later than 5pm. Many of the people are also nice to talk to and helpful. If you are a BA though, you should not spend too much time in the company.
Client Consultant / Desk Side Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 April 2017
Great company to work for.. but the IT Department seems to be going through too many changes resulting in restaffing. Most of the other departments are stable and overall this is a good company to work for.
Senior Technical Intern (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 February 2017
The job environment is very easy going. Constant flow of projects with reasonable deadlines. Management was always cooperative and always there to help. What I enjoyed most about the job was the variation in the different types of projects I worked on. Always something new to learn.
Good pay and benefit, very politics working culture
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 February 2017
Good pay and benefit, very politics working culture. Bad management level. good work life balance, but very severe and bad office politics. If you really want to do something, this is not the best place for you. Very toxic working culture. badly gossip
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 May 2016
There is a constant turnover in the department. A lot of reliance on external contractors. Only recently the focus has started shifting towards building their own skillset. Work/life balance is almost non-existent.
A terrific workplace with employees that make you feel welcomed
Legal Administrator/Temporary Real Property Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 January 2016
I engaged in various projects, assisting both lawyers and engineers. A big portion of my job consisted of Real Property work, making sure we met certain deadlines :(ie. unregistered easement requests). Though initially I started off doing administration, throughout my two contracts at Toronto Hydro, I received quite a bit of exposure to a corporate legal setting and all that it entailed. From attending hearings and conferences at the Ontario Energy Board, to listening in on educational seminars among economists, lawyers and engineers I managed to develop many great skills. The experience truly made me want to pursue a career in law.