Results oriented, highly competitive, excellent work atmosphere
Team Leader (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 October 2014
Typical day included training for new hires in the first portion of the day and direct fundraising door to door from 3-830 pm. Opportunity to learn a great deal about the charities your working for and personal growth in terms of business leadership. Leading and developing teams by far the best experience TNI has to offer new hires.
Excellent management, leaders conferences and bi weekly meetings with your manager allowed in depth knowledge about TNI as a company and personal goals for your agency.
Co workers are all extremely outgoing and friendly, if your not you'll learn to be if you are to succeed in this environment.
Hardest part of the job at first is finding sponsors, once you get comfortable its also one of the most rewarding experiences.
Most enjoyable part of the job team building and closing deals. Excellent work culture, strong work ethics were rewarded. All in all great job for recent graduates.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 11 July 2019
The management is poor, they don’t treat the newly employed people well and all information about the work you’re supposed to do and how it is to be done is gathered from all the gossips around , not by the management, so you get no instructions, no training and try to fit into the biased environment where people keep on talking about other workers like some high school drama.. Though they try to act cool the environment there was totally negative.Management doesn’t care about you unless you’re the one giving them maximum profits from the group of all workers.There is zero job security and total lack of training.They provide personalised training to the people they like and if you have less training and have difficulty getting more donations they will threaten to fire you, insult you and treat you badly. Nothing against them just letting people know what i felt.
Long hours, biased environment, no professionalism.
Customer Care Service Company (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 July 2019
It was a short and fun experience. Learned how to carry out a responsible job with a smile on my face, no matter how hard the day is for me. Learned a lot about different charities in Canada and how it works. Increased my convincing power to get people sign up for the charities.