The job if you are desperate and want some freedom then go for it. the pay ain't bad but the places you go are horrible. If you have any allergies or phobias this job is not for you at all. I only lasted 3 months after training.
Field Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 April 2017
the job working outside with little or no supervision is great. the means to solve problems encountered in the job is met with great difficulty at every turn. many departments involved for different issues. time consuming and frustrating, long story short, its a great job ruined by multiple levels of management playing a role in spoiling it.
outside, little or no supervision. satisfying customers is very rewarding.
part time no benefits, no pension until you become ft. may not happen! depending on your location. mediocre training.
Assurance Quality Representative (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 25 April 2017
Working at Bell is an interesting and ever evolving Job. It is a place where you are challenge on a daily basis to present your best foot forward at all times. A typical day will include making reports, coaching agents, updating documents and investigating issues. The most challenging and the most enjoyable part of my work day is dealing with the client. The client can be both a challenge of your abilities yet it is also the most satisfying when able to resolve the issue whether technical or billing. The hardest of my work day is always trying to satisfy the needs of all concerns when writing a document. Once all documents are completed I usually get an overwhelming sense of accomplishment.
Sales Agent (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 April 2017
Worked door to door selling Bell products to potential customers. Learned some useful skills including: communication, conflict management, problem solving, teamwork and responsibility. the hardest part of the job is to knock on the door of people you don't know some times diffecult because some people get angry and close the door on the face. the most enjoyable part of the job is to drive to different cities and exploor events .
Recruiter (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 21 April 2017
Good pay benefits Carrier ops Transferable skills Each department offers new and challenging opportunities that will serv you well for any job inside the company or new jobs. The quality of recruitment is high. The teams learn to work well together and solve any problems before they escalate. Team spirit is crucial for the success of the enterprise.
Although management structure is too complex, things get done
Sr. Software, Java Developer (contract) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 April 2017
The development work was great and Q/A is exceptional. Biggest challenge was meetings with people on behalf of other people - I would rather have the actual stakeholders involved. Also, the complex management structure made it difficult at times to find the right person for a given issue or question - often had to bounce around a few people to find out.
I ended up having to create a chart with extra lines connecting names to products and responsibilities.
Senior Manager, Finance Advance Analytics (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 8 April 2017
A lot of learning opportunities and chances to achieve at the cost of work/life balance. Compensation is not impressive. Management is generally talented and supportive, though they also have high expectations too.
Managing a team is a huge challenge. its hard but also fun at the same time, especially when you have an amazing team mates to work with and to motivate each other to accomplish on whatever project we work on.
i mostly enjoy working in teams with my colleges. sitting together, giving out ideas how we can make new exciting promotions for our customers and and what we can offer more for what they're paying for there services and how we can offer them amazing credits with there amazing service promos.
The hardest part of the job is keep up the sales and the statistics. You always have to make sure your team is doing well with the company stats. that's the most hardest and the challenging part.
What i have learned is.. everything in life is a challenge. no job is easy, either you work the smart way or the hard way. so might as well just work the smart way and educate your self more, challenge yourself and be the best at it, you will make mistakes at times but at the same time you learn from it.
Free meals. shopping gift cards, company car to drive
Senior Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 April 2017
Over worked due to a lack on internal system upgrades and a lack of initiative. Mental Health is not a priority. A Fast follow mentality that would deter anyone who is innovative, driven, and self-motivated from desiring to work there for more than two years.
Network Architecture Specialist (Permanent) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 April 2017
unstable work hours, extremely negative work environment with opinionated people. Poor management team with no direction or leadership. HR department is unprofessional and does nothing to support employees.