Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Employee Reviews
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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.
Good opportunities, friendly staff, interesting/challenging work, good place to learn
Dysfunctional Senior Executive Team
OTPP is a fantastic place to work especially if you're looking for a long-term job with great security and benefits. They treat their employees extremely well and you'll always have the support of your team at all points in your career.
Great place to grow and develop as a young professional; works with very notable, high profile, and reputable Canadian clients . Very team-oriented culture. Management open and very approachable — both with respect to day-to-day operations and with to long-term growth initiatives.
A great way to advance and apply your learning in the IT industry. Everyone is very friendly and extremely helpful. If there is anything you want to learn about you can contact someone in that role and most of the time they would be happy to book a time to speak with you about their role and experience. The culture is absolutely phenomenal.
Todd has built great partnerships and relationships within the organizaitons he works for. His general knowldege of technology is an asset to any organization.
Attended 2 separate interviews with them. They were very happy with me and promised me next month start date. They almost made me quit my then job because of the certainty they gave me. Glad I got another job similar to theirs. They can't be trusted.
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As a Sr. PCO was working with a demanding and crutical PM who was not easy to work with. The projext I was on was the FX platform upgrade and several workstreams.
Structure is there ..PMO model is impressive
Heavy workload and very fast paced...also political.
Ontario Teachers' is one of Canada's largest institutional investors having reported $191.1 billion in net assets on December 31, 2018. It has an excellent track record for investment performance with an average annual return of 9.7% since inception. Ontario Teachers' owns and manages a diversified portfolio of Canadian and international assets. Through its fully owned real estate subsidiary Cadillac Fairview, Ontario Teachers' owns properties that include the Toronto-Dominion Centre, Toronto Eaton Centre, and the Rideau Centre in Ottawa. Through its private equity investment arm Private Capital, Ontario Teachers' owns or has had interests in companies such as Munchkin, Plano and Shearer's Foods.
I love how company coordinate a co-op program for all co-op students from different departments/teams. There are some companies who only recruit few co-op at a time and all of them rarely have a chance to work together. OTPP, however, is different.
Great Place to work and great management, needs to have a office in Downtown Toronto. Coworkers and management are both very supportive. There has been initiative to use new technology but need to catch up with rest of the industry
Location too far
Good place to learn with very good salaries. Senior Management is generally quite experienced and very well educated. You're expected to deliver so generally it's a heads down culture but most people are reasonably social.
Lots to learn, professional environment, staff is generally very well-educated.
Can be a bit stressful, environment could be friendlier.