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Competitive compensation for responsibilities and expectations - Reputable company to gain sales/customer service skills - Fantastic coworkers and management




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Flexible Working Hours, Positive People, Open Door Policy

Being at NexJ Systems, you can really see that there is a lot of collaboration between teams and people are relatively happy with their pay. The compensation is very fit to what the market pays and the people seem very happy with their managers/leaders. The leaders have many years of experience and are focused on making sure that their team has development plans for personal growth. I would recommend this company if you are looking to grow your work experience in technology, are a new graduate, want to learn the ropes and then become an exec one day.


Great Perks, Flex Hours, People Love Their Jobs, Excellent Pay


Quiet Office, Not Much Talking
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Application Developer

1) Old code base with lots of bugs 2) Company needs to value those who actually making contribution instead of the seniors who only surf on the internet all day.


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Below market salary; No opportunity for growth
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Avoid at all costs

Pros Mediocre pay and benefits and an excellent line item on your resume for a couple of years. Cons An organisation in decline and living on past success but there are pockets of excellence. There is a total lack of vision and understanding at the Executive Team level as to how Private Banking & Wealth Management are delivered and managed across the globe in partnership with other financial institutions. As a result there is continuous wasteful spending of ‘client’ dollars by duplication of effort, fixing poor quality data or continually changing strategy and direction after never ending consultation and evaluation. Anyone who disagrees or attempts to offer alternative viewpoint is marginalized and forced out. Directors and Vice-Presidents are constantly terminated, a revolving door, with no clear explanation as to what is going on. Often inexperienced Directors and Vice-Presidents are appointed based on qualifications only, lacking real world financial services experience, resulting in the same mistakes time and time again. HR only serves the senior management team to terminate dissenters, never asks as to what the root cause of the constant turmoil is. Advice to Management Focus on delivering improvement to the financial services system and collaboration with other financial institution stakeholders rather than just sucking in data with no consideration as to the hoops providers have to jump through to deliver it, in many cases duplicate information. Hire people who understand how financial institutions deliver services and information systems and have a strategic - 


Mediocre pay and benefits and an excellent line item on your resume for a couple of years


An organisation in decline and living on past success
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"Many changes required..."

Please take this review with a grain of salt, it was not the right fit for me as the Director of Human Resources because: 1) Lack of resources and the expectation that the work gets done regardless of what you need to do to make it happen (no clear distinction of work between titles - all hands on deck situations all the time means your team is doing the same work but some people are paid more for it) 2) Difficult to get work life balance; no acknowledgement from leadership when it was pointed out that there just isn't enough time to finish the work during the work week and all projects are high priority 3) Difficult to take any vacation time, because by the time you get back you'll have so much work that you'll end up making up vacation hours anyways 4) Every day people were eating lunch at their desks 5) Weird hiring and promotion policies, and despite the constant barrage of "our people matter the most!", it never felt like NexJ current employees were that important 6) HR Policies applied when and where managers felt necessary, no consistency across departments/programs 7) Employee extremes of type As or "it’s not my job" people, neither of which are fun to work with 8) Leadership spent most of their time congratulating themselves on their great work or pointing fingers at each other rather than working together to solve issues 9) Departments felt silo-ed, something that is not mitigated when VPs sit together at town hall and say their department is the better/best department (aren't we one organization?) 10) Meetings all day, no space, and a - 


Some of the people that work here are the best I've ever had the pleasure to work with, Extremely intelligent and are still great friends, The work was very challenging and very stressful, and not rewarding at all, Benefits and pay are not okay


Long working hours (9 hrs) with unhappy environment, People are quitting their jobs every two weeks
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Good for new grads

It is a good work place to start a career, but not good for experienced workers. low wages and long work hours makes life outside the work almost impossible.
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2.9 out of 5 stars for Job security/advancement
2.7 out of 5 stars for Management
2.8 out of 5 stars for Culture

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