BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT SPECIALIST in Toronto, ON
Positive most of the time
Generally good atmosphere. Management is supportive. Culture is positive. Company is doing well; You may have seen their ads on television. Not unusual for pizza lunches to happen if all is going well.
Client Services Specialist in Toronto, ON
Get your entry-level experience and get out
Company cares too much about appearances as opposed to reality. Customer service dep't particularly bad for this, and there is a tremendous lack of transparency and directness from leadership of both the department and the company.
They also present it in the interview as quite easy to find opportunities for growth after 1 year, but in reality, you will almost certainly be employed in this department for longer than that if you choose to stay at this company that long, regardless of your outside qualifications.
Constantly pressuring staff for overtime, and they put some "work as needed" language in the contract to fall back on in case you try to refuse. Good luck to anyone working the closing shift. Compensation is definitely below average for this role in this industry.
The one positive would be that it is a lot easier to get this opportunity from simply applying with no internal references as opposed to a bank, but once you get the necessary experience from this job to move on to something better, you will want to do that ASAP.
New Accounts Specialist in Toronto, ON
Best Job I've Had
Very frendly and easy-going environment. Despite the heavy workload, everyone was supportive, helpful, and friendly. There was enough independence and flexibility to let you get the job done right.
Information Security Specialist in 5650 Yonge
Great Atmosphere - Poor leadership
Feels up and coming, lots of great buzz and good people. Leadership changes direction frequently and is not as mature as the company needs to sustain it's growth.
Client Service Specialist in Toronto, ON
Amazing Experience, amazing people, okay management.
Learning constantly. Decent Benefits. Work culture cannot be found anywhere else. Only reason of leaving was business venture. Progressed very quickly.