It can be emotionally draining because they want you to keep getting people to take out loans. Some of the people get caught in a never ending cycle.
The upside is the company is good to the employees and the pay is reasonable.
Loved working for this company, was very sad to have to leave them. Cashmoney promoted a fun, active, and healthy work environment. Management was more than accommodating to my scheduling needs. They had a good benefit and bonus program with the option of RRSP as well as Profit Sharing. They have plenty of training materials for you to advance your career and are truly interested in your development.
Great work environment and great team to work with. Boss is fantastic and fair. The company trains you well and keeps training ongoing so to know what to expect with changes etc. Hours aren't terrible and are ensured your hours. They promise bonuses but lately it's been hard to achieve them. There are a lot of smaller incentives that are always paid out. Like $50 gift cards here and there or $100 bonus that can be achieved easily monthly. The only real downside is the starting wage. Starting pay was $14/hr minimum which is incredibly hard to live off of as a single individual. Pay is inconsistent across the province. Lager cities like Toronto would be paying their staff a higher wage for the exact same position as elsewhere.
Fortunate enough that i got an opportunity to work with Cashmoney, first job in Canada. Learnt more to be upfront and always take customer as a priority. Learnt to handle and manage the shifts independently, Manager is wonderful. Initially, the hardest part was to be extra careful and pay attention to each detail as it is a matter of cash handling. However everything worked around nicely together with everyone's support. Gained lot of confidence and expertise while working in CashMoney.
Fingers are pointed at you by manaement, managers go on to your system with out telling you so the make it look like money has gone missing , and then covers it up by saying to other employess to remove files from their computer to avoid evedance to show district manager to make it look like it never happened
Just a waste of low paid job. They pay you less so much stress. I hated working there management wont ket you move as they are scared of losing their own job. Old age managers stuck there as they don't have skills to move up. So bein young they will never let you take your job
overall this company is a good place to work if you're motivated and a self starter. You will get recognised for your attitude and performances. It's a structured working environment where you'll always know your tasks for the day, it can become tedious at times but, this is where you have time to work on your self development and enjoy the many online courses that this company offers. There is always room to grow into the next position and further your career if you show the initiative. The management are very supportive and have an open door policy to voice your concerns and or feedback on areas of improvement.
The only negative aspect is that sometimes your bosses take credit for your personal achievements.
The most enjoyable part of the job is when the team collaborates to work to a common goal. You win as a team or fail as a team. The company offers bonus to all employees if the store achieves their revenue targets. An added incentive that enhances the productivity of the store,
Great place to work if you have a sales attitude, great communication, thrive on team work and like work hard in a safe environment. If you can receive feedback and are committed to growing personally, you'll did well.
Cash Money gave me a decent opportunity to develop myself professionally and personally. Cash Money has minimum growth opportunities, as you can be blocked from new advancement by your own upper manager. Cash Money has a high turn over rate . The work is stressful and demanding. Little none of work life and personal life balance.
If you are looking for a job that will allow you to help others when it's needed the most cash money is for you. If you want to work with a great and diverse team look no further. It can be a little fast paced at times but nothing that you are not trained to handle.
Excellent training, advancement if you want it. The culture is the best part. Day to day is similar, some days (pay days) busier than others.
Hardest part of the job (Management) is work life balance, but it is not forced on you, you tend to get too involved. Hardest part (non management) is probably just the beginning while you get to know the polices.
Free lunches, lots of incentives, fun and great communication
wouldn't recommend working here unless you're really desperate. They treat you poorly there and set you up for failure. The managers there are very unprofessional they choose their employees based off favouritism.
time consuming, demanding, toxic environment, work weekends