had all the fun things gym,play room pool tables ect,, just no time to enjoy them.
Loyalty and Retention Specialist (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – February 3, 2016
Had to be in 10 minutes before to log in to many of our different apps we worked threw and get ready to receive a high volume of calls I was Loyalty Retention so my job was a little more stressful since I was the one they not only called to cancel services if they had problems or better prices else where , bills never the same on a monthly basis so alot of irate customers so in certain cases we could offer a Promotion on theyre services like money off they,re bill that usually helped some what did help was to have good social skills and to understand where they,re coming from also .My job was not only to save my customer but to also up sell, for exemple the telephone if they didn,t have it I,d have to try to convince them it would be at there benefit to have it ,my sales were pretty good I made bonuses that part of the job working with people on the phone and multitasking I loved .
Control Center Associate (Dispatcher) (Former Employee) – Thunder Bay, ON – February 2, 2016
I worked in non union and union positions in this company. The differences were great between both. The people I worked with in this role were great. It was an office environment a lot of dispatch duties. Strong commitment to health and safety. Management and coworkers were awesome.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – February 1, 2016
Dynamic company Very friendly staff, Cooperative and helpful co-workers, great interaction between co-workers, helpful supervisors. I really enjoyed working with Bell but the salary was too low. Probably, because I was hired by a subcontractor of Bell. Good benefits.
Incredible learning experience and development of teamwork skills
Network Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – January 31, 2016
A typical day at work involved working with my team and coding SQL to help facilitate the jobs of my peers. I learnt incredible teamwork and computer coding skills. I had a boss that lived in a different city, which allowed me to develop more independence. My management and coworkers were all very intelligent people that I learned a great deal from. The hardest part of the job was teaching myself a new computer language, and the most enjoyable part was being able to be part of a hard-working close-knit team.
Technical Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – January 28, 2016
My typical day goes by fast and mostly have me doing super-multi tasking. Being an end user Tier-2 support, I end up learning new things everyday due to existing and latest technical issues. Co-workers are always fun to work with because you learn from them everyday, and build a good day-to-day professional relationship. The hardest part of my job, for me, are the days possessing stagnancy. I love developments. The most enjoyable part of any job, I must say, is challenges that push you go an extra mile to learn something.
Marketing Representative (Former Employee) – London, ON – January 25, 2016
The work at Bell was really nice and the management are supportive people. A day went with sales of bell products and I learnt how to improvise on my skills. My co-workers are helpful and the hardest part was outside marketing. The most enjoyable part was to speak to customers.
Productive environment where the customer was number one and employees were treated with respect.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – January 25, 2016
I have learned just about everything there is to know about customer service in this company. The days at work were intense and required attentiveness at all time. This of course was all in the spirit of giving excellent service to he customer. Management was attentive to employees and always available to better the service. Co-workers were great people with the same objectives ready and willing to share responsibilities. The most difficult part of the job, keeping the customers and employees 100% satisfied, was also the most enjoyable and challenging.
Sales Consultant and Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – January 21, 2016
• It`s very productive and dealing with client face to face on daily basis. • Networking. • Learning every year new products and keep our self-updated with new plans and the projects. • Working with team like as family • Any issues comes we always break the ice and deal with it very smoothly. • We always have fun at work with clients, laugh, talk and enjoy.
Residential Field Sales Representative (Current Employee) – North York, ON – January 17, 2016
To start the day, I head to my territory, send my GPS co-ordinates, to head office, so that my Manager knows that I'm on field. I then proceed to follow a lead list showing me which houses in the neighborhood qualify for services upgrades. I then speak to the homeowners and try to present our product and all the benefits that go with it. I work with a great sales team, and the manager is really helpful. The hardest part of the job is getting people to give you their time to talk. I do however like actually speaking to them, there is a good chance I will meet and speak to unique families.
Excellent work environment.... challenging workload!!!!
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – January 15, 2016
It was great to know how Bell Contract Administration Group worked. Have enjoyed the team work as well as working with the Subcontractors. Have learned a lot regarding the different tools and applications as well as all the training done. It prepared us all well for the mission we had in front of us. The challenge we had made us work hard to reduce the number of WIP projects, and concentrate better in the existing ones to be able to overcome the issues and also helped the subcontractors to close them all well.
Productive, fast paced and always learning new things
System Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – January 14, 2016
Typical day at work included checking the files of incoming data and prepping, manipulating and updating for financial reports. On the job I learned how to deal with time management to be more productive. Management was always encouraging and offering constructive criticism to better production and my own skills. Co-workers were always professional and keen to group activities. Hardest part of the job was keeping up with the influx of data everyday but it was a challenge I couldn't handle. Most enjoyable part of the job was the interaction between internal customers and myself. Sharing information, proofreading, data mining. Very satisfying to investigate and come up with solutions.