Assistant Engineer (Former Employee), Suffolk – November 23, 2015
Pros: Gained new skills
Cons: A lot of information to take in at first
As I wasn't there for too long it is hard to give a definite review. However, at the time, I found it fun and enjoyable to do. I also gained a lot of good skills out of it. No day was the same as the last as we were constantly moving around to different places
Sales Advisor (Former Employee), Middlesbrough, ENG – November 4, 2015
Cons: Long hours, no notice of weekend working, awful wage, dont give bonus that you've earned
Promised a 15.300 start for new contract then retracted it and replaced it with 14.500 also if you brown nose enough you don't have to do your job you get special treatment by far the worst place ive ever worked diabolical
Business Improvement Practitioner/Analyst (Former Employee), Pune, MH – October 23, 2015
Pros: Great team members
Great learning curve all through in each and every part of the Organization, great work culture that everybody should have an experience of, confidence and determination at work automatically due to a great campus around you with lot of amenities to taste matches to your life, something what you like to do.
sales advisor (Current Employee), Dundee City, SCT – September 17, 2015
Overall BT is a very good place to work as it's a very professional environment to be working in. The managers are all good at what they do and their coaching is very effective in terms of helping you gain sales/hit your targets. The co-workers are very friendly also.
BT/Openreach Network Engineer (Current Employee), East Anglia – September 9, 2015
Installing and maintaining Openreach's Copper and Fibre Network for CP's such as Sky, TalkTalk, BT Retail, Plusnet, etc. I have learnt how to find diagnose and repair any issues found within the Network that cause any problems for customers using the services. I feel my manager is good at his job and is always willing to give advice and help regardless of situation. My team of co-workers are like a big group of friends that are always there for a helping hand whether it's at work or down the pub getting the next round in. The hard part about the job can be the senior management and the pressure put on the line managers to get results out of the engineers. The chain of command can be a bit sharp when the stakes become tight. The enjoyable part is spending a long time on a tough job and finally getting the customer service and seeing their face when they are re-connected.
Customer Advisor (Former Employee), West Bromwich, ENG – August 17, 2015
Cons: shift work.
Worked through Manpower for BT. You have to be there 18 months with BT before you will be considered for a BT contract. Very easy to be out the door if not BT staff. They do try to keep it fun, charity events, food fridays etc. Load of complaints have to be dealt with on that line.
Sales Assistant (Current Employee), Newcastle – July 24, 2015
Pros: Friendly environment.
Cons: No flexible hours
BT is a very busy workplace and strict with targets, but is also a very fun and friendly work environment. I learnt how to deal with customers queries and also to quickly place an order for them, my co-workers were around the same age and very friendly and helpful. I would consider the hardest part of the job is to try and persuade a customer over the phone to buy products they were not considering to buy. The most enjoyable part of this job is to sell to a customer and make them very happy with what they have purchased.
BT help desk (Former Employee), Preston – July 22, 2015
Pros: free lunches
Cons: Long hours
A very fun place to work, i got a long with my co-workers very well, the hardest part of the job was coming across upset and angry customers and the most enjoyable part of the day was succeeding and helping out a cusotmer