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Ceridian has a positive Business Outlook of 72%.

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How is management perceived at Ceridian?

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April 2, 2021

Pros

Good Salary, good shares, great product,

Cons

10-14 hr days, no direct senior management support, project managers frequently blamed for bad senior manager decisions, high attrition rate, senior manager bullies are protected and the victims treated with severe lack of compassion and humanity. Frontline employees are regularly gas lighted and made into scapegoats.

Advice to Management

Work on culture for your people, get that right first. You're a global highly profitable company, its the most important asset (people) that got you there. Remember that.

14 hr days, no direct senior management support, project managers frequently blamed for bad senior manager decisions, high attrition rate, senior manager bullies are protected and the victims treated with severe lack of compassion and humanity.

April 2, 2021

Reviewed by: Implentation/Project Manager in Melbourne (Former Employee)

September 9, 2021

Pros

Good hard working colleagues who go the extra mile. Working from home is a great feature. Relatively good benefits.

Cons

Constant back and forth on business goals for the Services Team. Services team is bloated with managers and associate managers (some promoted from consulting) who were never good consultants themselves who are now laying down the foundation of consulting. Scripted demonstrations by these individuals on how to perform all of this does not inspire any confidence amongst those who do the work. How were these promotions even vetted? Disappointing. Everyone is overworked and apathy is setting in. Very poor upper leadership composed of SAP executives who take the business in every direction with no direction.

Advice to Management

Don't fall prey to cronyism and favoritism. Really look at who deserves to be promoted...when you act based on favoritism, it destroys the morale within the business and limits the business's growth.

Services team is bloated with managers and associate managers (some promoted from consulting) who were never good consultants themselves who are now laying down the foundation of consulting.

September 9, 2021

Reviewed by: Implementation Consultant in Toronto, ON (Current Employee)

September 8, 2021

Pros

+ amazing company culture + management is supportive, provides feedback and encourages growth in the role or in desired roles + I feel well compensated in pay and benefits

Cons

+nothing that I can think of

Advice to Management

+nothing I can think of

+ management is supportive, provides feedback and encourages growth in the role or in desired roles

September 8, 2021

Reviewed by: Business Development Representative (Current Employee)

June 10, 2020

Pros

The coworkers are okay Benefits are so so

Cons

The issue is that the management team at all levels have their favourite ppl or clique and once you become part of the management clique they get to slack off with the management team and get away with murder ...... they say the have the work / life balance but they actually don’t ..... they work you like dogs and have you on timers and if your taking too long to assist a client which they think rack call shouldn’t take more than 2 minutes than they start to send you pop up messages to say you have been on the call this many minutes and than log in to listen to your call to assure it’s work related conversation with the client ..... no matter how long you have been their they don’t care as your just a number for them . The turn over is so high that employee’s are underpaid and management never appreciate the employee’s feedback and constructive feedback on change as its their way or the highway ..... management treat their staff like low class citizens as they never appreciate them and their work ethics.... Ceridian doesn’t have any good work ethics towards their employees ..... they only give the management team the massive increases and not even give their employees the maximum of the higher end of cost of living increases .... I wouldn’t refer anybody to them as they treat their employees and customers like poo

Advice to Management

You should be grateful that you have awesome employee’s that go above and beyond but you pay them way lower than what they actually are worth ! Disgusted with management and how they treat employees

The turn over is so high that employee’s are underpaid and management never appreciate the employee’s feedback and constructive feedback on change as its their way or the highway ..... management treat their staff like low class citizens as they never appreciate them and their work ethics.... Ceridian doesn’t have any good work ethics towards their employees ..... they only give the management team the massive increases and not even give their employees the maximum of the higher end of cost of living increases ....

June 10, 2020

Reviewed by: Customer Service Specialist in Markham, ON (Current Employee)

March 26, 2020

Pros

I worked in a good number of organizations, and Ceridian is by far the best I have ever worked for. It starts with good company values. As in every company, your job satisfaction and engagement levels will depend to a huge degree on how good your line management is, both in terms of empathy and of technical competence. The good news is that at Ceridian the vast majority of people are really nice and emphatic, and there is a lot of talent in the ranks, which very much does reflect the company's values. The organization also makes continuous efforts to focus on employee engagement and to provide employees with autonomy and flexibility and work-life balance. The work is interesting, the product is good and getting better every year, and there definitely are good training and career growth opportunities.

Cons

In my several years at Ceridian, I have experienced a couple of less than great managers, but always eventually found space and a path to voice my concerns, and with HR and Senior Management support, progress and solutions have been found. Again, no organization is perfect, but Ceridian does try to resolve issues and live up to its values

As in every company, your job satisfaction and engagement levels will depend to a huge degree on how good your line management is, both in terms of empathy and of technical competence.

March 26, 2020

Reviewed by: Business Systems Analyst in Glasgow, Scotland (Current Employee)

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