Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 July 2014
I start off the day with entering new clients and updating accounts for existing clients onto the system (CDS). I am required to communicated with head office for extend information that isn't available to me on the CDS. For example, if a clients plan has lapsed, I would have to find out what the costs are to re-activate account and how many payments were missed. And I had to all the photocopying and filing.
With all the data entry that I was required to do for this job, my wpm and kph have increased substantially. I've learnt how to manage my time properly given the tasks that I have to complete for the day.
Administrative Assistant/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Waterloo, ON – 22 May 2018
HORRIBLE place to work. Managers are terrible and basically have zero people skills. Everyone on my team was miserable about my managers and went to them several times with zero action. Have zero loyalty to long term employees and allow harassment on a daily place.
good severance package when you go to a lawyer and get one
management, no loyalty to their employees, no room to grow.