Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 27 February 2017
Glentel was a great place to work, Upper Managment was always there to help you and give you tips on how to do your work more efficiently. There is endless room for advancement throughtout the company.
senior service technician (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 15 February 2015
If you are new in the wireless world this might be your career first job. You might read positive reviews about this company, it all depends on who is your supervisor. If your boss is on your side, you could advance and have the chance to learn new things. If he/she is trying to save company's money in order to look good to his/her superiors, then it is your time to move on. While I was working for them, few other guys took off and found better jobs. You could use this company they way they use you, as a start in your career and consider it as a tech farm where you are the seed, fresh out of the school, learn some tricks and get some experience and pay your bills, then find a better soil.
I am a team player accountable for team performance, enjoy meeting people, being part of an award winning team
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 April 2013
Glentel provides recognition to staff for their customer and sales achievements. This has been the most fun. Some of my job duties include opening and closing store, general maintenance and upkeep of the store, review sales targets and briefing staff, providing telecommunication solutions to customers based on their need, trouble-shooting any issues, review staff performance, conduct inventory checks daily, weekly and monthly, updating purchasing orders, provide written updates to senior management on sales and customer issues. The best part of my job was achieving sales and being accountable for profit and loss for the store, training staff on various products and coaching, being the go-to person for any solutions. The job required me to work 80hours a week that has impacted my home life.
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 30 October 2012
Can make a lot of money, valuable customer service skills were gained. Good team environment, staff is great to work with. Hardest part of the job is satisfaction, can end up working long hours with out pay to hit commission goals. Best part about the job is the money.