Org that hires good people, but doesn't retain talent
Senior Investment Accountant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 July 2017
Daily and monthly processes are pretty standard for a fund administrator. Good place to learn the ropes, and start off your career. Compensation was lacking, and a lot of the good employees leave in a short period of time.
Junior Trade Processor (3 months Contract) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 June 2017
State Street is a big company, which is a good choice for new graduates to start their career. However, the company is a good place to grow your career since it is cutting down its team size and cares little about its tempory workers
Investment Fund Accountant (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 6 June 2017
extremely high turnover constantly understaffed no budget for hiring lower level staff who are actually doing the work but managed to put in place new AVP and team lead so that they can better manage the ppl
Sr. Associate - team leader (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 February 2017
Day to day are very long hours, Overtime is normally not paid even if you worked more than 8 hours. Must be approved in advanced but it is never approved. I learned nothing from this company, You need to be self educated. They show you a few things but no training. Because they have too many clients and not enough employees. The most difficult part of the job was to be productive after 8 or 9 hours. Health and dental benefits are very good. Location is good too. HR is supportive too.
Financial accountant (Former Employee) – Down town Toronto – 19 January 2017
This is my first full time job after University. It is a very stable job with good benefit and pay. But quit for the family during maturity leave. This is the field I have studied for, but I enjoy dealing with customer more and it is a 9-5 office job meanly reviewing the financial trades.
distance is also the mean reason I did not go back