Above average compensation, poor advancement prospects.
Sales Associate (Ancien employé) – Saint John, NB – 4 juin 2019
Despite having an understanding staff and more than fair compensation, Nordia's policies regarding sick leave and vacation scheduling have deteriorated over the years. The primary advantage to working at Nordia is their bonus structure. When working in a lead role there is no additional incentive and it is extremely uncertain that the candidate will be advanced at all. Even after two years of lead time in some cases. This makes Nordia's culture overtly focused on bonus payouts rather than personal development. If you want to make money and gain experience in sales, this might be a good choice but beyond a couple years there's not much advantage to having tenure unless you feel like arguing about it.
Client Care Representative (Ancien employé) – Kitchener, ON – 12 octobre 2019
The management team as well as the extensive training, benefits, and pay were awesome. They make you feel like a little work family and it’s really nice. You can tell they try to keep employee morale up and actually care about you. Unfortunately the actual job is just horrible. I’ve never been so stressed and anxious in my life to be honest. It’s just people yelling at you all day. And the hours aren’t great at all. You have to work all nights and weekends at first