CI Financial
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CI Financial Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Kurt MacAlpine
  • Founded
    1965
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Finance
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Inside Sales Representative in Toronto, ON
on 24 May 2020
Fun workplace, good place to work overall
Possibility to advance your carrer if you put the efforts into it. The buildings and tools at your disposal are good. The provided tranings are great.
Marketing Coordinator in Toronto, ON
on 22 July 2020
Lowest pay with High expectations
They will pay you the bare minimum yet management expects the highest quality work. They don't value their employees and will cut employee benefits to fit the budget before they think to cut anything else. This breeds a toxic kind of person and most people who have worked at this company for more than five years are bad at their job. Promotions are based on playing the corporate game and sucking up to the right person, not based on skill or talent. This leads to a management team that is clueless and promotes more clueless people and feels threatened by people who are actually good at their jobs. Avoid at all costs, not a good place to work.
IT SERVICES QUALITY ANALYST in Toronto, ON
on 18 June 2020
Great Place to work
Ci is a fun and exciting place to work. It allows for opportunities for growth and personal development. The team and management is very supportive and encourages you to try out of the box thinking
Resolutions Associate in Toronto, ON
on 12 May 2020
Toxic
Expected to arrive early and leave late for minimal pay. After doing the math on hours worked vs salary you are often paid less than minimum wage. You are also expected to work without credit, managers often steal ideas from their staff. The culture encourages back stabbing and toxicity to get a small promotion. This is driven by the low pay. On the plus side it is hard to get fired but this also means that you will be working with people that are terrible at their jobs.
Programmer Analyst in CA
on 20 March 2020
Legacy technologies and Politics run office
Legacy technologies and Politics run office. There is no job guarantee and you can see that major part of the workforce is just there because they were there from the beginning.
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