A successful and steady employer, great for long term careers.
Field Delivery Lead (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 12 December 2017
Great employer for a long term career. However advancement is slow, there is a very defined corporate ladder there and while there are lots of opportunities within the company, getting higher up the chain takes years.
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 October 2017
Well organised and professional company. Bell provides the best job security. your feel free to apply your knowledge and come up with your results. but the worst thing it gives the poorest balance between life and work as you can not plan anything to go with your family.
Senior Linux Administrator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 October 2017
The team is well trained and highly experienced. Good communication skills. Tasks like getting help with time sheets and access to critical systems are arranged within 24-48 hrs. Life work balance is fantastic.
Field Service Technician (Former Employee) – Windsor, ON – 19 October 2017
The managers will treat you like a slaves. And there are no benefits for the field service technician. If you want to become a permanent employee you has to work for 30 years. Waste of time lot of stress. More health problems.Less poor health benifits.
Repair Telecommunications technician, IPTV Install (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 October 2017
Bell doesn't care about people. No recognition. No appreciation. Constant incredible amount of pressure. Incompetent and ignorant people in all departments. Looks like no one cares about technicians and customers. Everyone just delegates responsibilities, no one wants to take initiative and responsibility. Profit and profit only.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Ottawa – 12 October 2017
- Morning workshop to get a boost for the day - Review of the customers list and potential customers - Find a partner for the field as we work in team - make sure to have all information for the presentation or sale speech - Go in the field and make sales
Field Services Technician (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 October 2017
before working outside means customer's house we take a month training for work. after training, we have the time with the manager about how are the jobs and what we should not do at the workplace. the managers are really nice as well as explain everything nicely
It is a good job but the pressure that the head of the company put on the employees is tremendous. We see a lot of good employee leave because of this pressure. The pressure to always bring in more numbers and more sales.
SPÉCIALISTE SYSTÈME (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 3 October 2017
Bell's strengths are with its telecommunication side. The MIS/technical services group does provide a variety of services, but they tend to hire through outside tech recruitment agencies. They have been consolidating lots of their operations. Working there can be a challenge and, depending on your position, not be compatible with family life. They do have good benefits and you can advance through the ranks in that company.
Decent benefits and health coverage, stock options.
Sales Representative at Hillcrest Mall (Former Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 3 October 2017
The job was flexible and interesting enough for anyone wanting to do part-time work in one of Canada's largest Tele-Communication organizations. It was a great experience getting the know-how of modern technological offerings and its implementation.
Direct Marketing Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 October 2017
Excellent place to work Various locations Great Team leaders... Excellent training Room fro growth Salary + Commission Reputable World leader Student hours Part time and full time opportunity Central Excellent Pension Packages
Practice Lead of Unified Communications (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 29 September 2017
My day would have multiple dimensions to it. One second I could performing people management duties and the next second, I could be putting together a proposal in pre-sales capacity. I learned a lot because I had to do so much.