Fairstone
Happiness score is 36 out of 100
3.7 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Scott Wood
    73%
    approve of Scott Wood's performance
  • Founded
    1923
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Finance
  • Link
    Fairstone website
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Banking & Finance

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Salaries

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 143 reviews and is evolving.

3.5320184.4420192.6820203.4520212.562022

Reviews

Lending Specialist in Lindsay, ON
on 30 December 2021
Great people
Just wish the bonuses were as competitive as before the pandemic. But it will get there as the growth continues. Great compensation for managers and above but rarely hire positions higher than a lending specialist 2.
Lending Specialist in Hamilton, ON
on 30 April 2022
Great learning experience in selling
Great place to start learning the sale carrier in financial products , by selling the Loan. All the time need to call the people and asking them to borrow.
Credit Analyst in Montréal, QC
on 5 April 2022
Best job i’ve ever had
This company is the best company i’ve ever worked for hands down. Everyone is amazing. Benefits are great. Its nice to be part of such a great company
leading assoicate in Edmonton, AB
on 1 April 2022
Dont work for this company
. These people are loan sharks, before you sign up do your research and try an actual financial institution. They have extremely high-interest rates,
Lending Specialist 1 - DIGITAL TEAM in Montréal, QC
on 22 March 2022
Really sad to have to quit, had no other option.
I felt I could be really great at this job and thrive in the position but my manager was a scatter brain. Always too busy, ignored my messages. Their method of training was throw you in and each mistake you make is a learning experience but in reality this just takes a toll on your mental health. Lots of attitude and micro management but only at randoms times. I could not keep up with the mood swings. Tha absolute worst part was the victimization that came from employees oh I'm so overwhelmed I help me with this untill your pile never ends cuz your busy helping everyone but no one has "time to help you" if I can manage my time why can't you? Also I would always get an excuse, oh well u can't teach an old dog new tricks. Well if your comparing urself to a dog that's one problem the other becomes in a world that's evolving if you can't keep up leave the workforce and let others lead who can adapt to change.It was also impossible to speak up because every single person loved to talk and talk but not one person could listen or even reply to a message properly like actually reading it and respond instead they'd just reply with something that was useless and a waste of time it became routine to avoid asking for help until I eventually just quit cuz I was set up for failure.

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Interview insights

Insights from 108 Indeed users who have interviewed with Fairstone within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

Financial and Accounting questions

Shared on 28 November 2020

Previous sales experience, competitive drive, ability to multitask and sell.

Shared on 16 January 2019

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