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4 days ago

Chief Information Officer (CIO)

Ontario Securities Commission Toronto

The CSA operates, through various sourcing agreements, a number of shared information technology systems that serve securities regulatory purposes… Ontario Securities Commission


6 days ago

Legal Counsel

Ontario Securities Commission Toronto

The Compliance and Registrant Regulation (CRR) Branch oversees the dealers, advisers and investment fund managers that the public relies upon when… Ontario Securities Commission


14 days ago

Senior Forensic Accountant/Forensic Accountant, Case Assessment

Ontario Securities Commission Toronto

The Enforcement Branch is currently recruiting for a Senior Forensic Accountant / Forensic Accountant for the Case Assessment Team. The Case… Ontario Securities Commission


18 days ago

Assistant Hearings Registrar

Ontario Securities Commission Toronto

The Office of the Secretary to the Commission provides support to Members of the OSC in their responsibility as regulators, as Board Directors, and… Ontario Securities Commission


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Ontario Securities Commission Chair Howard I. Wetston
Howard I. Wetston
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    Definitely not a Top Employer

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Administrative Assistant in Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I worked at Ontario Securities Commission full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Really great people to work with, depending on which Branch you're aligned in. Great Benefits. Can work from home depending on your Branch and Manager

    Cons

    Very poor salaries for staff who are not management or executive level. Lack of consistency in how staff are treated and paid. HR is dismissive of human rights and labour violations - in fact, they make up excuses for the violations and then gloss over them. They're never, ever dealt with. Office Services staff are treated like doormats and paid appallingly low salaries. Admin staff are overworked and grossly underpaid for the expectations of their roles. Can't go to HR for anything unless you're a senior executive - you'll be treated as though you don't exist and your issue is trivial.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    How you garnered the Top Employer status is beyond most and you do not deserve this. You need to treat all employee's the same - not just the top tier. The Values recently launched are laughed at by staff as they know they are not upheld by management - they just look good on the wall plaques. Pay your support staff a decent salary so they can live. Many have two jobs just to survive. HR needs a complete overhaul - their new leader is unskilled, impersonal and cold - not approachable at all - this is a general consensus. If you allow one person to participate in working from home and flextime you need to give this to all. As it stands, it's being applied based on preferential treatment of those best "liked".

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