Unemployed in North York, ON
Golden handcuffsThey pay you above industry standards but there’s very little room or opportunities for advancements. No clear path to career progression. You stay because leaving for a higher position would likely mean a pay cut. Senior executives feel inauthentic in their messaging.
Internal Communications, Marketing Manager in Toronto, ON
This isn't a workplace that respects employees. This is the kind of place where middle management controls every aspect of work to the point you have zero freedom and autonomy to express your skillset. The pay is the only thing that keeps people there. Which isn't saying much. I escalated my grievances several times to people and culture and various members of the executive team. None of them responded to my concerns. I finally got a 5 minute meeting with one executive. He continued working through our conversation, didn't address me or the issue directly.
IT Consultant in Toronto, ON
Worst upper level managementHighly political and corrupt senior management. Extremely toxic work environment. Lots of under table deals between upper management and vendors results into unrealistic expectations and backstabbing culture.
Investment Specialist in YF
Secured job but high bureaucratismVery chill, low workload and secured. Some management have been in positions for over decades, capped young generations growth. Staff turnover is high or ended up with having a part time job.
Executive Assistant in Toronto
Most of the staff are very hard-working, friendly and supportive. Senior management are under a great deal of pressure and it shows.The work was interesting and challenging. You have a chance to work with talented and knowledgeable staff for a forward-thinking organization trying to manage to a serious and challenging mandate. There very little room or tolerance for error. Most staff are good humoured and friendly people, but they are also worn down and afraid of senior management.