MNP Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what MNP employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

MNP has a Senior Management rating of 3.6, and Jason Tuffs , the CEO of MNP, has an approval rating of 83% across the organisation.

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April 25, 2021

How are senior leaders perceived at MNP?

Pros

Good coworkers (although most of them have left the firm or transferred to another team)

Cons

- Partners have no regard for employee wellbeing and constantly put employees in unsafe work environments (both mentally and physically). - There is a complete lack of leadership and professionalism at the partner level. - Partners are extremely disrespectful towards staff. One of the partners frequently shared personal and private information about staff and clients with other members of the team. - Concerns about partner behaviour and treatment of employees have been ignored despite being escalated to HR (and above) on multiple occasions. MNP only cares about the partners not the employees, don’t waste your time applying or joining this team. Note: The operations consulting team in Mississauga is also referred to as Performance Improvement (PI) or Consulting Services

Advice to Management

Management and HR have known about the problems on this team for a while and did nothing except blame the employees and allow partners to continue putting employees in unsafe work situations.

There is a complete lack of leadership and professionalism at the partner level.

April 25, 2021

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March 27, 2019

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at MNP?

Pros

flexible working arrangements; great people (mostly); interesting projects; collaborative spirit; good social culture; Overall, I think MNP is a great place to work with wonderful people, flexible working arrangements, and great clients. There are definitely some challenges but management appears committed to not only listen to concerns, but take steps to actively address them and create positive change. I personally feel I'm paid fairly for what I do. *comments above may be dependent on service line and region you work in

Cons

benefits could be better; some of the processes and systems are archaic; regional silos, matrix management structure; In consulting, you always meet your clients needs before your own. This is very evident at MNP. While we advise others on strategy and operational efficiencies we appear to struggle to implement it for our own use. We also create beautiful websites for our clients while our own MNP website seems like it hasn't changed since the year 2004. Another issue is that while it's a national firm, a lot of the structures are still very regional which can create barriers for cross-country collaboration. I do think it's improving though. While steps are being taken to address a number of strategic, operational and human resource issues the pace is very slow. I'm aware of a couple of partners that treat employees very poorly but because they bring in so much revenue they are never reprimanded. I do not feel like this is a large scale issue.

Advice to Management

Continue to keep the dialog open between management (and exec level) and employees. Be open to suggestions that come from below the partner level. Continue to push for bold change. Rethink the regional cost centre model in favour of a service line model to further enhance collaboration between regions.

While steps are being taken to address a number of strategic, operational and human resource issues the pace is very slow.

March 27, 2019

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