Bare-bones training, sky-high expectations
Office staff (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 August 2018
The working hours were pretty long, but they paid overtime so it works out. The staff (non-management) were great to work with and very supportive despite being overworked.
However, the training was bare-bones. The turnover is high, and the very few people who sort of train you are always too busy to actually help you. They expect you to do the job of two and to know every task in 2 months (they won't even wait for the full 3 month probation period) on your own, or else they'll fire you. If you ask for help or support, you're not going to get it. The management will not give you any reviews, even if you ask for it. You'll only find out how you're doing when they call you into the office to fire you.
There are cameras all over the office, and one manager is particularly unpleasant and condescending. The employees admit to being overworked, and hard work is often unrecognized.
If you want to waste two months of your time, feel free to get a job here.
Good pay, ok benefits, good co-workers
Very heavy workload, little to no training, terrible managers