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Typical corporate environment with typical executives who think they’re special and are out of touch with staff. Not a forward thinking organization. Servus is fine being a follower never a leader. Management talks about disrupting the financial space but it’s really a joke. They don’t like anyone who challenges them. No one needs to be accountable for poor work. Keep expectations low. If you’re comfortable with average then this is the place for you.
CEO and upper management are over paid and on the backs of the little people in the company
You have to be able to meet deadlines and even able to talk to people and find the right solution for them.
My experience working for Servus has been great! I love challenge, life long learning, non-repetitive tasks, working with people and Servus give me all of this and more. My role is not typically considered a sales role but it actually is one. I recruit candidates from all over the country selling Servus as the place to work. The pressures of sales is not for everyone but for me I keep in mind that at the end of the day of my hard work results in people who can retire financially fit.
The perks are endless: besides the great benefit package (which by the way is updated constantly) we get financial benefits that can save us thousands of dollars a year. We have employee groups to get involved with like the Servus Women's network, the Servus Young Leaders Network, President's Advisory Council, HR Advisory Council, Servus Alumni group for retirees. We have employee discounts at many businesses around Alberta including a discount on registering our vehicles! Servus is constantly revisiting perks and benefits so it really keeps it exciting for us.