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Toronto, ON (Canada)
1001 to 5000 employees
Subsidiary or Business Segment
Advertising & Marketing
$2 to $5 billion (AUD) per year

Aimia, Points International, Rewards Network

Over a span of more than two decades, LoyaltyOne has grown into a global portfolio of businesses with more than 1,900 associates across 50+ countries. We provide unparalleled interconnected expertise in data analytics informing retail insights, vendor collaboration and customer ... Read more

LoyaltyOne Reviews

  • Helpful (3)

    "A reflection of the corporate world"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Project Coordinator in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Project Coordinator in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at LoyaltyOne full-time (More than 8 years)


    Incentives like bonuses, and Airmiles, good vacation, gym, some great, smart people


    Toxic, culture of fear, harassment from "high ups".

    Advice to Management

    I haven't worked at LoyaltyOne for a while. But it left an impression on me, deeply, as a corporation with the values of a bygone era, that I sincerely hope recent movements, both about women and people of colour, have changed the tone of this place. Obviously I won't go on here about the long list of scary things that went on here, but I will say its time to modernize, if you already haven't. I am hopeful that the new CEO has brought a new life to the place.

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LoyaltyOne photo of: WeCloudData Meetup May 2018
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LoyaltyOne Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview





    Senior DevOps Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at LoyaltyOne (Toronto, ON (Canada)) in March 2020.


    They proposed a challenge. All the guys in the DevOps team are very very white dudes and looks like that team has not women or minorities on it. The expectations of the team is that you have every technical detail ready on top of your mind. The difficulty of the challenge is overlook, meaning that presenting a good resolution to the challenge is not important to the team. Also looks like their expectation is that you spend some money deploying their challenge in an ecosystem that resembles theirs. The mindset and the tone during the whole interview was very "white Canadian" mindset .. you know what i mean..!

    Interview Questions

    • The Challenge

      Create an internet-facing web service accepting a single word and deriving all possible anagrams.


      1. Base the solution on a platform and language you are familiar with.
      2. Ensure that the solution is developed using a source control system.
      3. Provide adequate tests demonstrating that the solution is complete and correct.
      4. Utilize a mechanism for deploying the solution to the platform.
      5. Confirm that the solution is secured appropriately for public consumption.

      Follow-Up Discussion Items

      As part of the solution review, we’ll discuss the following items:

      1. A minor change in requirements will be proposed. Make the necessary changes, check-in the code and deploy.
      2. Describe how this solution might be monitored on a production platform, what are the key items to track?
      3. Your solution receives a ‘social media hug’ resulting in a sudden increase in utilization, how might you respond to this situation?   1 Answer
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Company Updates

  • LoyaltyOne is pleased to be sponsoring the Women in Data Science Toronto Conference on March 23! Join us as we uncover the broad applications of data science across different industries and shed light on the career journeys of women in the field:

    Women in Data Science Toronto Conference 2019

    The 2nd annual Women in Data Science Toronto Conference coincides with the annual Global Women in Data Science (WiDS) Conference held at Stanford University and an estimated 150+ locations worldwide. The WiDS Toronto conference will demonstrate the broad applications of data science across different industries and shed light on the career journeys of women in data science.

  • Ella Chen, Data Scientist at LoyaltyOne's innovation arm, Zero Gravity Labs was featured in Globe and Mail's article on women in STEM! Check it out here:

    'You can't be what you can't see': Women in STEM on how to close the gender gap

    How do you increase the number of women working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics? Toronto-based photographer Natalia Dolan asked female leaders in these fields to weigh in When she was in high school, Natalia Dolan failed her math and science classes.

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LoyaltyOne Awards & Accolades

  • Best Employers in Canada, Aon, 2019
  • Canada's Most Admired Corporate Culture, Waterstone Human Capital, 2018
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