Dream Unlimited Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Dream Unlimited employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Dream Unlimited has a diversity rating of 4.4.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Dream Unlimited?

7 English reviews out of 7

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23 July 2020

Pros

Everyones open to talk to you. Very friendly and encouraging environmental. The culture is very welcoming a

Cons

Hardly any cons really. Most of their analysts are Queens graduates and not a lot of diversity in entry level positions

Most of their analysts are Queens graduates and not a lot of diversity in entry level positions

23 July 2020

Reviewed by: Intern (Former Intern)

8 January 2021

Pros

The company is very focused on sustainability and diversity through their developments. The company is focusing on impact which creates a great company culture.

Cons

I faced very few avenues to progress my career here. I managed a lot but was never considered for a full-time rule in the department.

Advice to Management

Give new grads a chance

The company is very focused on sustainability and diversity through their developments.

8 January 2021

Reviewed by: Sales and Marketing Intern in Toronto, ON (Former Intern)

17 January 2021

Pros

The team is very young and dynamic, great environment for young people to start their career!

Cons

From my perspective, no cons

The team is very young and dynamic, great environment for young people to start their career!

17 January 2021

Reviewed by: Financial Analyst in Toronto, ON (Former Intern)

31 January 2020

Pros

Free lunches and training and snacks

Cons

lots of micro management and favoritism

Advice to Management

Be more respectful

lots of micro management and favoritism

31 January 2020

Reviewed by: Building Systems Operator in Toronto, ON (Current Employee)

21 June 2020

Pros

Young culture, opportunity with senior management, and autonomy

Cons

Long hours and some weekends

Young culture, opportunity with senior management, and autonomy

21 June 2020

Reviewed by: Manager Asset Management in Toronto, ON (Current Employee)

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