Administrator/Coordinator (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 17 January 2019
Regardless of where you are at in your career, this is a great company to work for. I started out as a student, new to the industry and I feel that I received good training as well as excellent mentoring as the job progressed into a career. It's a very diverse workplace too.
No doubt, this is a busy workplace, and Knight Archer places a great deal of importance on customer service so its not well suited for someone who just wants to coast, better suited for a person who wants to great training and have an opportunity to build a book of business. The offices are open evenings and weekends, which was great when I was a student but is not my favourite aspect of the job. On the other hand, at this point in my career I don't work them very often, I just have to take my turn once a month or so, and that's part of being a team.
One notable thing is that they really treat their employees well - good pay and benefits, and they do a lot of the small things that workplaces just don't do much anymore - Christmas bonuses, generous Christmas gifts for staff (I chose a Wii one year, a camera another....), staff events, free lunches, they take the time to buy cake and more importantly take a moment out to celebrate each of the staffs birthdays. Little stuff.
Benefits, training/mentoring, diversity of the workplace
Broker Level 1, Restricted Auto (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 23 October 2017
Busy office with lots of new client's coming through the door each day. Hardest part of the job is the late nights and weekend working hours I love meeting new people and helping them find exactly what the require for their insurance needs
Human Resources Generalist (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 4 April 2017
The environment was welcoming and good to build team work and business acumen. The workplace was welcoming and always busy, you'll learn how to management your time and multiple priorities to provide great client services.