Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Ontario – 21 May 2017
Overall not a good place to work. at least not in field service doing installation and repairs. everything is about numbers and squeezing as much out of you as possible. The pay and benefits are good but thats about as far as it goes.
Pay and benefits
Schedule, Work life balance, ever changing performance targets.
Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 20 May 2017
I absolutely loved working for Bell Canada prior to starting a career in the government. It was very team oriented and client focused. Having experienced 2 years of sales and customer satisfaction it enabled me to kick start a career with the right skills.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 17 May 2017
Working for Bell was one of the best experiences and jobs. Benefits were excellent as long as you worked hard and preformed. I would highly recommend this job to any ambitious person. If you work hard and are willing or wanting to relocate, they are very flexible.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 May 2017
Directly overseeing management and fellow coworkers did not receive respect from higher ups as well as other groups within the company. Trainers and managers were great at supporting new technicians however they were stretched to manage to wide of a work force.
TECHNICIAN - FIELD SERVICE TECHNICIAN (Current Employee) – Brampton – 9 May 2017
BTS provides new employees with the opportunity to learn a marketable skill, implement those skills, while meeting a variety of new people. The work-life balance is very dependent on the skill-set of the technicians needed and the needs of the job for the following day. The stability of the work-life cycle grows more as seniority accrues. Management is fair and helpful and the company offers various avenues for advancement and furthering ones career.
Terrible environment and incredibly long unpaid hours
IT Technician (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 6 May 2017
this job will push you to your limits. It will test oyur patience. The boss is rude, the hours are long and they will not pay you for overtime. An average work day would be over 10 hours. Sometimes I would have to stay for 12 hours+. Getting paid 100$ per day and working 10+ hours per day results in less than 10$ per hour. That is below minimum wage. I highly recommend you stay away from this job unless you are very desperate.