Lendcare
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Lendcare Careers and Employment

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  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Industry
    Finance
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 69 reviews and is evolving.
4.0020171.0020182.7120192.8720202.792021

Reviews

Zippididoo in Dabbledeedee
on 10 September 2020
From Love to Disappointment.
Let me preface this by saying I loved my job at LendCare. The work was to my speed, my colleagues were wonderful (miss them all), and I had a window view. I was always happy to take on new assignments, though they may have been stressful at times, and pleased to do menial tasks. However, due to the fact that as an Ontario employee I actually used my rightful time off (god forbid) which I am entitled to, and when the pandemic struck I chose the layoff option because, in truth, no job ever is worth my life (I had a lung infection at the time), my fathers life, or my future mother-in-laws life. Both of whom have severe asthma and COPD. Now it is known the heads of LC do not favour those who behave as human beings. Should you use the bathroom too frequently or use the entitled rightful time off you are given you will be chastised for it. And because I did this, and chose the layoff option as I didn't wish to risk lives during a pandemic, I was terminated under the guise of "no room being available", even though no one else in my department was let go. Choosing life over LendCare was my undoing. TL;DR, if you are a singular person with a severe thirst for money and no care for a personal life you will thrive here. If you're a normal human being, you will not. Again, this not meant to be a stab at particular person in charge, as I dont actually have a problem with any of my previous managers. This is meant as a jab to the obsession with perfection and numbers over people, and how disappointed I am in it.
Entry level in Pickering, ON
on 11 September 2021
Needs to get rid of the upper management and break old habits
They walk you into a boardroom, tell you what the job entails and what they have done/do, and boom you're offered to come work with them ASAP.On your first day, you won't have access to a computer so you'll be sitting beside someone who is expected to train you and they won't have enough time to properly train you your first day so it will likely take a few days. After that, there's a good chance you won't have access to everything you need to work unless you beg for it multiple times a day. It won't really speed up the process any however it can be understandable with how fast-paced the work can be.Depending on your team you may have some of the best people around you or the worst. I was lucky enough to work with a good team that wanted me to improve and was willing to go out of their way to help me improve. Employees that have been with the company for some time may only be secured by the fact that they have passed their probation and upper management can't come up with a good enough reason that won't have them in court.Upper management will flip flop on if you're damaging their business, a great worker, or scamming them throughout the week and will randomly accuse you of misdeeds whether you did them or not or you were instructed to by other staff. Upper management will be the death of this business as they choke every good employee out and scare people off enough that most don't make it past their first day.All processes at the company could be more efficient, which I personally believe is because of the upper management and the fact that they have created a nice glass ceiling for themselves that they refuse to breakthrough.
Loan Processor in Pickering, ON
on 10 September 2021
Money Comes First in Business
Family first ruined this business. Money comes first in business. If family is more important, keep them out. Family first will tank LendCare after they boom.
upsells in Pickering, ON
on 6 September 2021
You Are The Product
Nothing in life is free. If you're not paying for the product, you are the product. Bad company with horrible employees. Don't bother if you have a brain.
Human Resources in Pickering, ON
on 28 August 2021
Tough It Out
Typical day is me on the phone and computer 8 hours a day gossiping about employees and changing pay rates when I get told to. Hard job. I'm fake to everyone.

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Unfavourable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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Nothing. They told me about the job then hired me the next day

Shared on 23 September 2021

I didn't have one.

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