The Police Credit Union Careers and Employment
Loans Officer in Toronto, ON
on 27 October 2021
Very ProfessionalWell structured organization. Lots to learn. Need to learn to adapt. Lots of responsibilities tied to my role. lots of authoritative duties to conduct and lots of decisions are made from my end in terms lending & mortgage products approved/declined.
Customer Service Representative in GTA
on 16 April 2021
Extremely poor management & unrealistic expectationsI highly do not recommend this company to anyone. During the interview process they have their poker faces on and everything seems good and they talked about their great “benefits” but that’s not the case. (Plus their bonuses are pennies compared elsewhere) Their thinking and systems are very old school so if you come from a bigger financial institution it will be even a bigger challenge especially in the lending department. They don’t care about their members unless you have a sufficient amount of money which really bothered me as I believe everyone is equal. They don’t see the value in their members as much as they don’t in their employees. The training is pretty much non existent. They throw you in quickly and expect you to know everything in a short period of time with no direction. There is an extremely high turn around! If you haven’t been there for 5-10+ years they see you as disposable and they have zero regard for your feelings and it’s like constantly walking on eggshells. They have unrealistic expectations for sales and their employees. Management doesn’t have the personality or skills to be in a management positions. It’s their way or the highway. Extremely manipulative and untrustworthy environment. I’m writing this review to save someone from making the mistake of accepting a job here like I once did and others I know who have quit or been fired without valid reasoning. If you accept, you will see the truth in my review sooner than later.
Account Manager in Markham, ON
on 31 August 2020
Productive and good work place environmentGreat balance of work and family time. One of the best places to work. Benefits and salary are above par. Encouraging HR staff to help with advancement.
Loans Officer in Toronto, ON
on 9 November 2019
Work ExperienceStarted from the lowest position and through hard work and continued education reached up to the loans officer job. Excellent experience working with The Poluce credit union
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