Senior Analyst, Finance Analytics and Risk in Toronto, ON
Not much growth/Good work-life balance/Minimum team cultureIf you end up in the operation department, your chance of growth is pretty limited. Job content does not require you to advance your technical skills/fundamental knowledge. Management does not favor those who progress into certificates/higher education (since job does not require those knowledge). Slim to none team culture. I won't even expect people to say hi if they run into each other outside work.Good work-life balance. You can log off at 5.
you work in global teams, learn something new every dayI have found the learning that i have gotten here to be so valuable, and people are always willing to spend the time to explain things. You get to work on global projects and get exposed to a level of complexity that makes the work interesting. It does mean there are some team calls outside work hours, but you can flex your time if necessary.
Not as inclusive as they sayThe work culture is old fashion and punitive. Depending on your role there is a huge concern of being de-skilled. Pay and benefits are generous and bonus is quite good. However, if you leave the company you might not be as competitive with your peers in the job market. The work culture is not as diverse and inclusive as they like and they do not crack down on inappropriate behaviour.
Quantitative Analyst - Public Markets Investment Risk in Toronto, ON
Silo teamsNo interaction between teams. Bureaucratic. Takes long time to get approvals. Business stakeholders don't respect technology teams . Most teams have a database under their desk in their own systems
IT Consultant in Toronto, ON
One of the most stressful placesThe place doesn’t respect your work/personal balance .. no transparency.. disrespectful directors and management .. it is reflection of the upper management messages percolating down ..