Account Associate (Current Employee), Toronto – July 23, 2015
The hardest part of the job is to carry paper boxes from the loading dock to the storage without any tools to help. Tipical day, is to prepare orders and send them to customers at three different locations. Most enjoyable part is when a customer provides a good comment about my the product.
Facilities / Real Estate Operations (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – January 2, 2014
Not a bad place to work but the pay rate can be better. no advancement if you wish to obtain in the future. People are good to work with but there is no sense of any security if hired on as contract, which will cause many to move on. works best for students IMO.
Clerical/Data entry (Current Employee), Saint John, NB – November 27, 2013
Pros: weekends off
Cons: commucation issues.
Xerox it self is a good company. They agency that hired me on the other hand isn't what I expected. Bad commutation, procrastination and not able to be honest. Co workers are amazing, Management for the most part are nice. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with all the changing processes daily. The most enjoyable is the laughs shared.
Great place to build long standing relationships and learn new skills
GDO SOLUTIONS ACCOUNT LEAD (Account Management) (Former Employee), Dartmouth, NS – November 2, 2013
Pros: great team atmosphere
Cons: being laid off
Over 10 years at Xerox enabled me to learn and accomplish many things however my job was affected due to a company restructure. Xerox was a great place to work and my co-workers were among some of the best. Personal development was top priority there. I will miss working there.
Account Manager (Former Employee), London, ON – October 30, 2013
Great fun position, only draw back being 100% commissioned sales. Can be great in sales but entire living is at the mercy of board meetings and hoping they have time to discuss new acquisitions so you don't get bumped to the next meeting
Switchboard Operator/Reception/Administration (Former Employee), North York, ON – July 25, 2013
Pros: very busy office
Main job was switchboard and covering reception with doing mail out in between calls. Checking cheque list, helping out with data entry. Keeping up with phone books on line under Telephone Reception Information – more... Management. This job was very enjoyable and in a quiet space room for answering calls and completing the call to the finish. To satisfy the customer needs. Paying very close to details. I enjoyed working days, and gave me a good work life balance. Every day was a new day on the phones as you never know what questions will be asked of me and yet the confidence to follow through with the delivery of calls. Very busy call volume, yet enough to help out in other departments. – less
Solutions Account Lead (Current Employee), Saint John, NB – May 6, 2013
Pros: generous paid vacation time and floater days, benefits package, team events, employee recognition
Cons: extreme multitasking required
The best part about this company is the people. World class professionals working together learning from each other. It is a very large team. You have the opportunity to network with people from all over – more... the world and the opportunity for advancement is only limited by your own ambition. Every day is a learning experience. There is great support for advancing your learning as well in the form of elearning courses and even supplemented university if applicable to your position. The managers are a part of the leadership team. They do not work above you, they work beside you. Everyone is always willing to listen to a new perspective or idea. The hardest part of working for this company in my position is simply bandwidth. As with most companies Xerox tends to stretch its resources thin, but this also is a developmental opportunity. The best part of this job is the developmental opportunity. You can literally go anywhere you want working for Xerox and the people you work with will be amazing. Xerox hires great people and its an honor to be part of their team. – less
Office Assessment Representative (Current Employee), Edmonton, AB – December 29, 2012
Pros: great working environment
Cons: not challenging enough
The initial position I was hired for did you have enough work to support the position, so I was redirected to Xerox Global Services to manage at one of their Partnership Print Shop Sites.
I learned the – more... operations and management of operating an Internal Print Shop. The management is more than anyone can ask for. The environment resembles a family-ran company. The hardest part of this job is that this is not challenging enough for me as I used to manage larger operations; hence, I am now seeking for a new employment with more ongoing challenges. – less