Avis d'employé sur Ceridian
Used to b a great place until they went public
Cerdian used to be a great place to work about 5 years ago when it was a privately held company. Ever since they became a publicly traded company, it feels the management only cares about numbers and gives constant pressure for more work and give more work to their staff then they can complete. You'll need to work more than 40 hours a week to get those numbers, and even after that, there is no recognition and no motivation to continue staying. Everyday is a grind and you WILL feel burnt out on a daily basis. Never know how bad it was until I left!
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Équilibre vie professionnelle / personnelle
Salaire / avantages sociaux
Sécurité de l'emploi / évolution de carrière
Company has, hands-down, one of the best vacation policies I've ever come across. Fellow coworkers are friendly and supportive, and are always willing to lend a hand during tough days. Progression and recognition when working in Support however, can be a painful experience. Your performance is rated strictly based on your service ticket quota count at the end of each month and you are constantly reminded of this. It doesn't matter if the problems you solved were big or small, if you were under by just a bit, it becomes a problem. The overall impression that I got was that if you work in Support, there is very little opportunity to grow laterally and your performance is determined strictly by the quantity of your work rather than the quality since upper-management only seems to care about numbers. If you're the kind of person who's fine with just sitting at your desk and grinding out service tickets day-in-day-out at a fast pace, then Support is for you. But if you're the kind of person who expects recognition on your work quality based on the time and effort you put into it, then I would say pass.
* Fun and casual environment * Team oriented * Ability to work from home * Management is approachable * Deadline oriented tasks - accurate and timely payroll processing * Third party deductions (WSIB, garnishments) * Customer service oriented * Fun at work events
Ability to work from home
not enough staff for workload