Customer Service Consultant in Burlington, ON
It's an ok place to work. Not the best. A lot of politics and people making up rules as they go. Have to really kiss butt to move up
There are a few nice management. You have to be really friendly. A lot of events where food and treats are provided. It's open 24hrs. Be careful who you make friends with and keep your business personal.
Concierge in Burlington, ON
Good Pay for a horrible Job
You are just a number here. Due to Covid 19 instead of taking the governments help they fired more than half their staff. Advancement is impossible, unless picked as a favourite by management. If you have an evening or night shift good luck ever getting off of it. For 2.5 years I worked every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday and it was like pulling teeth to get a better schedule.
Research Assistant in Burlington, ON
stressful environment low morale
not the best company to work at the management was never on the same page policy changed based on favoritism which added to the overall poor employee morale.
Benefits and holidays were good making it hard to leave.
Senior Research Lifestyles Consultant in Burlington, ON
The office environment at Aspire Lifestyles is toxic and detrimental to people's mental health. Work is expected to be done 100% perfectly every single time, while having more work than is possible in your shift. Management doesn't care about employees, you're just a number. Favourtism also runs rampid at this company. There are no promotions, every single job is considered a lateral move, despite being given substantial more work to complete. Their idea of office morale is feeding the staff pizza 2-3 times per week, with no healthy options. Compensation is awful based on the work load you're expected to complete. Bonus structure is 100% out of your control, and again, unless things are scored at 100%, you do no recieve your bonus, and it can be taken away from you for things that are completely out of your control (eg: survey's from another department).
I wouldn't recommend this place to work to my worst enemy.
LIFESTYLE CONSULTANT in Burlington, ON
Many incentives and great kitchen/break room
Typically your schedule may not be ideal to start, however there are often "shift bids" which allows you to change your schedule. Bonus structure is good and many incentives available based on working overtime and performance. No "script" to follow when speaking with clients, however premium dialogue must be adhered to and is scored accordingly.