Service Delivery Coordinator (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 3 March 2017
As my role was directly impacted when we were bought out by Bell, it's not possible to rate the above.
If my career was able to extend into the Bell family it might be possible to give an opinion, as many roles were impacted through a buyout, mine being one of them, my opinions and overall rating can not be considered accurate at this time.
Residential Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 7 December 2016
Working at Bell Canada was one of the most exciting and fun jobs I've had. The staff was always pleasant to work with. We were treated very well in terms of benefits and commissions. I would have to say the most enjoyable part of our job was touring the province in order to promote our residential services at big events such as the "Jazz Fest", the "Festival d'été" in Quebec City, and other large scale events across the province as well as small pop-up kiosks in malls which we would call "mall tours". When we would travel, all our expenses were paid including hotels, food, and $0.45/km traveled.
Territory Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 March 2017
Excellent training encompassing all products, great company culture, this is a perfect job for someone just getting into sales. Bell is very competitive in the telecommunication market, work hard and you can be very successful at Bell.
company recognition, flexible hours, drive your own pay
Product Specialist (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 February 2017
ell is really committed to training and developing its employees It encourages employees to share new ideas. It is very supportive of employees - more so than in past years. Mental health is a high priority, not only in its corporate philanthropy but in its dealing with employees. Salary and benefits package is competitive.
Managment and business direction/rules/process change without consultation or notice
Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 November 2016
Very unprofessional company to work for or be partners with. low morale in the company. Can not share thoughts which do not align with mgmt. you get fired! Only interested in TOP execs filling their pockets
Largest Telco in Canada, Deals with Fortune 500 and Govt
poor compensation, lack focus on ensuring success of their employees and looking after them, high churn in customers and employees including top and middle management
Client Representative (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 5 November 2016
In a typical day, I would sell products and services to clients providing the benefits they require as well as going to the needs of the business. Throughout the day I would complete various administrative duties including respond to 30 or more incoming calls from customers. I'd assist with new and existing service orders, handle all inquires, questions, complaints and emails. I also provided strong customer service and resolved customer issues.
Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Work from Home – 3 November 2016
Working at bell was a change from my usual sales job, I quickly adapted to the data mining required for this job. Being proficient on the computer was an asset I had through my everyday life, so learning to do the specific actions I needed to do was a simple task. My boss was patient and thorough in his teaching and a pleasure to work with. The hardest part of the job would have been wrangling everyone's data together to make the weekly/monthly presentations. The most enjoyable was seeing all those parts coming together.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Chatham Ontario – 4 November 2016
I answered the phone and tried to answer any questions customers had with their phone bills. We took care of all errors or changes to phone bills as well as handled all the moving of telephones, installations and disconnections. I also collected delinquent phone bills and we had to disconnect overdue accounts as well as try and collect previously disconnected accounts. This was all for residential customers. Our job was to be the voice of Bell Canada
learned a lot of customer service skills
sales very competitive, often dealt with disgruntled customers
It was productive, learnt new skills and there was opportunities for growth.
Technical Support Specialist Level2 (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 November 2016
Bell Canada is a large organization and has lot of opportunites in Internet, Tv and phone industry. I joined bell in a tech support team but gradually learned more skills, and moved to higher level support team where i was able to support the customer and clients for their, tv, Internet or phone issues. I learnt about fiber optic technology, and started to work in fibe tv and internet dept, and helped customer for their Internet, phone or tv inquiries. I worked 10+ years in Bell but bell shifted their support office to offshore companies and we all the team members were laid off from the bell service.
free coffe and tea, some time free lunch on holidays work
I was working 37.5 hrs in a week, and there was some over time available
Service Technician (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 8 March 2017
A lot has changed since I have started my position at BTS (bell canada) and not for the better. They have implemented all kinds of tasks to our job that are uncontrollable as a technician and judge us by these things.
1 hour lunch
unpaid 1 hour lunch so really we are at work for 11 hours a day
Productive, fun workplace great amenities, and great employees
Project Administrative Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 December 2016
- Great work environment for 8 hour work days - I've learned a lot about the company - toughest part in the job may be producing numbers but no issue so far - most enjoyable part of the job, coming in to great people, with a fantastic work environment and great work
IP Network Specialist (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 October 2016
Management and co workers are very helpful and they do understand the need of employees. I would recommend this company as this is one of the best because its still saved from outsourcing IT jobs out of Canada. All credit good to management because they do care about quality and Canadian job market.
Join me: Stop buying from the companies who outsource jobs out of Canada and appreciate the one who care about Canadian.
B2B Sales (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 January 2017
Daily interactions with great people. Awesome work environment, lots of positive energy and great culture to work in. Did B2B sales daily interacting with business owners. I love customer service so this was a great job. Very independent work
Field Service Technician (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 January 2017
A typical day involves promoting safety which involves demonstrating safe driving practices and using all PPE. Working professionally in installing and repairing all BELL services. Workplace involves a lot of problem solving skills, working under pressure, teamwork, being honest and discipline and energetic. We have a very supportive and reliable management team who constantly communicate with technicians to ensure their safety and also if any potential difficulty in doing the job. The hardest part of the job is maintaining a proper and healthy family/ work life balance. The most enjoyable and rewarding part of this job, being a level5 technician, is see the sense of satisfaction, relief , happiness resulting with smiles on the customers' faces after solving a prolong issue they were having.
Interactive, Room for advancement, Every job is unique
Field Technician/Trainer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 January 2017
This is an environment to help build and test your communication skills as well problem solving skills. Independent working with a great support team of managers and support call centre to make the customer experience better.
Express-vu Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – Don Mills, ON – 9 February 2017
it was a pleasure working with bell it is a very friendly and comfortable atmosphere management is also very helpful bell tried us good so doing the job was pretty easy i didn't have any problems understanding my duties and performing them
Account Receivable Clerk (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 11 February 2017
Great benefits and schedule flexibility. Opportunity for advancement in many department, clean offices. Had the opportunity for apprenticeship with a grant. Salary is good for what is offered elsewhere in this industry.