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.
Staff (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 July 2017
This was an environment where I could learn and grow in the telecommunications industry. Long before there was wireless, we used Step by Step telephone systems. A great place for exposure to the wonders of telephone systems
Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Bell Mississauga – 21 July 2017
I got offered to come in for an interview with Bell. I had already heard from a friend that used to work for them that they treated their employees terribly but decided to see myself and go to the interview. The interview lasted for 5 hours, during which the rate I was going to be paid per diem dropped with each consecutive person that interviewed me.
They encouraged their employees to regularly work for 12 hour days. For $100 a day. That's $8 per hour. They can get around minimum wage laws by employing you as an "independent contractor" and telling you that you should be grateful for the experience of working at Bell. They ended up offering me the job but I had to turn it down. Shameful that such a large company values their employees so little.
Nice to have on your resume
Incredibly long hours for little pay. Stressful work environment. No job certainty.
Service Manager (Current Employee) – Burlington, ON – 15 July 2017
Working a bell exposes you to all forms of technology. Very exciting to see the advancements made in communication devices. Opportunity to meet and get to know customers help provide services that can meet the customers needs.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Lethbridge, AB – 7 July 2017
If you work hard, you will make alot of money. The commission is great and the pay is good too. There is also a good work/life balance. Most people loved coming into the store i worked in in Lethbridge because we were always ready to help the customers with their issues so there was alot of repeat and loyal customers.
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 June 2017
Workplace culture is important it defines the environment in which you spend majority of your day. It means so much to be in a space that values you as the individual versus another number. Management makes al the different in your learning process so you can do your best and learn as much as possible.