Compare Rogers Communications vs Scotiabank BETASee how Scotiabank vs. Rogers Communications compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Rogers Communications full-time for more than 10 years
Great family-feel environment Room for advancement and career growth Great compensation Involved in our communities 1 paid Volunteer day per year! Wealth accumulation plans Vacation time
Can't think of any cons, I love the company I work for.
Advice to Management
Keep doing what you are doing!
I worked at Scotiabank for less than a year
- Tons of opportunities to learn a lot of stuff - Program manager is awesome and puts a lot of work into making a good program--actually listens to feedback! - Encouraged to network and move... laterally within the bank to try out various different roles for different co-op semesters - Really good mentorship program and brilliant engineers and tech leads - People are very social here - The work you do is challenging and rewarding - Compensation is significantly above average for Toronto (comparable to US MCoL locations) - You get PTO, very rare for co-op programs in Canada to offer this - Other employee benefits like (lots of!) Scene points, and huge discounts on FX rates (very useful if you travel during your PTO or if you want to invest in USD).
- The project you're on sometimes feels like an "intern project" that has no real impact and exists for the sake of existing. This wasn't the case for me, but was for some of my co-workers - It's a... bank, so when you need something from outside your team's scope, it'll take forever. It took me a week just to get local admin access on my own computer - Fairly crappy and old computers and technology to work on. Not usually a big deal, but the hard disks are slow as hell, plus they're encrypted so it took me a solid 15 min to boot up the computer if it was turned off
Advice to Management
This program is excellent and pretty much perfect for junior and intermediate co-op students. Keep doing what you're doing, especially the part where you listen to feedback! It's great for senior... students too, but ultimately difficult to retain them because of Bay Area salaries.