Invesco Careers and Employment
- CEOMartin Flanagan
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- Revenue$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
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Client Administrator in Charlottetown, PE
on 20 May 2021
advancement oppurtunityAble to work from 100%, team culture, GREAT benefits for the whole family from eye and dental to mental health, paid vacation, promotions from within.
client administration representative in charlottetown pe
on 19 February 2021
Terrible company to work forpoor managementif your mgmt is good your life will be easy but you gotta suck up to them your life here depends according to the supervisor you have if they don't like you chances are you won't last longtoo much work & very poorly paidthey have targets for you that you gotta achieve on a daily basis, daily meetings, supervisor & team leader one on one meetings every monthseverely underpaid for the amount of work you have to dothey have mandatory overtime at times & VOLUNTARY OT almost everyday because they are always busyeven though it says VOLUNTARY they expect you to do it & when you don't do it they JUDGE you based on thattoo much politics in mgmtdon't waste your time working for this company
Consultant in Charlottetown, PE
on 22 May 2020
Stressful call centre for mutual fund companyManagement is the biggest downfall and disappointment, I overheard supervisors being told to be mean By management. Same management let go of people for things that were just a slight. Also long time , exemplary employee, casually told on floor that their position had Been moved to Toronto and no longer had a job. I dont know anyone that wants to work there that is actually from PEI. Tax payers money built the building. Very few originally from PEI. Naive outsiders work there now. Training is abysmal. The culture is like high school. Very Spiritually toxic environment once you get a desk.
Quality Assurance Manager in Toronto, ON
on 22 April 2020
Great company with great people and cultureOverall great company to work for. I was lucky enough to work with great people and enjoyed the challenging work. Employees are lucky to have a gym at the office Good benefits package
Customer Service in Toronto, ON
on 13 April 2020
Good place to kick start your careerOverall a good place to get the foot in the door and gain experience. lovely people who support each other and look out for each other. Lot of developing opportunities, however Invesco is a company that is prone to change and you may find things are done certain way because they have been done certain way in past. there is a lot of talk on being high performing team however the ideas and tools are not measured up . I still urge to work for Invesco since it is a big company and it helps to build your resume, but be open to have some patience and don't get stuck there for too long
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