Administrative Support (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, manitoba – 6 August 2018
The company is well run and greatly loved by all employees. There is room to grow and advance in your job field. Many great perks and social aspects within the company that create an enjoyable atmosphere.
There are a lot of perks at Johnston Group. I’ve worked for some really horrible companies so I recognize a company that values its employees and that is absolutely what Johnston Group does. Some of the long term staff don’t realize how good they’ve had it there.
My top 5 reasons I enjoy working there: - supportive and flexible work environment - competitive salary and generous bonus, free benefits plan, lots of extra perks, we are spoiled - lots of community involvement and their charitable donations/support - positive work environment. Treated with respect and feel like I have a voice - the owners are good, kind people who give back to the employees
Free benefits, free parking, free Costco membership, gym on site, free hot drinks, fruit and vegetables available, nice new building, good pay, charitable
They keep some people around longer than they should. No formal training process.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 20 November 2017
The company and owner are great. Lots of employee benefits and great general atmosphere. Personal accomplishments are left un appreciated. They focus more on group accomplishments. No clear definition or path of how to advance in the company. No goal setting for personal growth.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 8 September 2017
If you work in customer service, there alot more work and you cannot leave your desks as often as other departments. People are not as friendly, you have to always be serious and basically say nothing. The benefits are awesome, and draws for concert tickets sometimes. Training sucks, they do not know how to train people.
Customer Service representative (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 6 January 2017
My work day was a 930 to 530 day. It was spent dealing with our clients questions or concerns regarding their insurance or claims with us. I learned to deal with a variety of situations and the most effective ways of dealing with conflict resolution.Management was well structured and encouraging. Hardest part of the job was at times the volume of calls waiting to be answered and not enough coworkers in our department to help. I enjoyed building relationships with our clients over time.
ompany owner worked in same building and was very hands on with all staff and