Rogers Communications Employee Reviews in Canada

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Full Time Commission Sales Rep (Former Employee) –  Lethbridge, ABJune 30, 2016
i enjoyed all of my co workers management was all about business meeting qoutas was more important then if my daughter was sick and needed to be taken care of commission was a nice factor but when things are slow not so much.
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Great Company with Great Benefits
Sale Associate (Former Employee) –  Saint John, NBJune 29, 2016
Worked for the company for 3 1/2 years and I actually get offended by a lot of the negative comments I see. Great Company to work for, my experience was awesome. People love to be negative and hate, don't believe all the negatively towards Rogers. They treat their employees great and you get great benefits and very good job security.
Pros
Job Security, benifits on cable, internet and cell phone packages, dental and health benifits.
Cons
Nothing really, drama can happen from time to time but when you work with the same people everyday 5 days a week, its like family and thats bound to happen
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Moving up
Senior Business Consultant (Current Employee) –  Lakeshore, ONJune 27, 2016
Moving up in Rogers is very tough
Looking for new challenges with a high reward.

Still working here
Pros
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Cons
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Productive
Data Manager (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ONJune 25, 2016
Great place to work
Fast paced environment
Excellent culture
Well paying company
Knowledgeable Managers
Working on multiple projects at the same time
Great people
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Rogers Communtcations
Customer Service Representatives (Former Employee) –  Brampton, ONJune 20, 2016
Rogers communications is a very high paced environment with a culture that would motivate you to succeed. But their loyalty to their employees can be greatly improved.
Pros
Fun atmosphere and culture
Cons
Management structure needs to be reassessed.
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Highly bureaucratic
General Manager (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ONJune 17, 2016
Large organization going through a lot of restructuring; slow to make changes and adapt to customer needs; lack of proper leadership in some groups
Pros
Large company, good benefits
Cons
Lack of proper leadership
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Terrible place to work
Revenue Assurance (Former Employee) –  One Mount PleasantJune 17, 2016
Started off as a Sprint Canada employee then bought out by Rogers and became a Rogers employee.

Terrible office politics and never felt welcome. The managers had there favorites and it was obvious. Workload was impossible and terrible support from management and training. Management was never there for you and completely micro managed people. No respect from management whatsoever you were treated like a number and simply replaceable.

Management would favor there favorites and go out to coffee with them and if you were not in the club you were given a huge workload while the favorites got minimal work and it was obvious.

No job security as constant layoffs and its true as they say you never grow old working at Rogers. Getting laid off with a package was the best thing that could of ever happened.

The only good thing was the salary and benefits. There is life after Rogers and I would never go back. I would not recommend this company to anyone.
Pros
benefits and salary
Cons
terrible managment and lack of training, too much office politics
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Great benefits and pay!
High Risk Loyalty Representative (Former Employee) –  Pickering, ONJune 9, 2016
My latest position there was quite mundane it was saving people from cancelling their services. Over the almost 5 years of being there I learned a lot and there was a lot of room for growth if you were willing to relocate. My management and team mates were amazing, the most enjoyable part was working with others. The hardest part was the difficult customers sometimes.
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Overall it is rather good place to work
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ONJune 7, 2016
Pay and benefits are ok. Work-life balance is rather good. There's gym on site, they started introducing share space which looks pretty cool and inviting. Great people around to work and mingle with.
No job security, no professional development program
Pros
Work-life balance is rather good, gym on site, cool share space, Great people around to work and mingle with.
Cons
Pay and benefits are just ok, No job security, no professional development program
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Pretty good
Sales (Former Employee) –  WaterlooJune 1, 2016
Pretty good environment. They treat their employees well, at least the one I worked at. They also give you enough time to do things other than work.
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Great company to work for
TV Compliance Analyst (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ONJune 1, 2016
Amazing company to work for. work/life style balance is perfect and is much better then the usual companies to work for.
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Productive and fun enviroment
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ONMay 30, 2016
Fast paced, team oriented & customer service based as it pertains to the company. Great managment & coworkers. Since I've been at this company for 8yrs it is not as hard as it appears anymore. However, trying to save the customer from cancelling has its difficult moments. The most enjoyable part is the customers and the staff.
Pros
Freedom to contact and make new customers
Cons
Standing
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Productive and Fun Work Place with Room to Grow
Sales Associate (Current Employee) –  Waterloo, ONMay 27, 2016
The location I work at helps promote internal growth. Management motivates and encourages you to pursue and excel within Rogers.
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Good people but hard to move on
Consumer Consultant (Current Employee) –  TorontoMay 26, 2016
Hours are long,pay not the best. Management is nice, but it is incredibly hard to move on. Takes years to move on and go where you want to go.
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Productive And Fun
Commercial Consultant (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ONMay 26, 2016
Rogers communications is definitely a fun and enjoyable place to work. Management is friendly lots of room for advancement.
Pros
lots of advancement
Cons
Layoffs
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I work as a Portfolio prime for Capital Spend
Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee) –  Brampton, ONMay 25, 2016
Managing capital projects is my passion.Data Sanctity is of primary focus to ensure that management decisions are based on concrete numbers .

primarily work with project and program managers which makes this role very interactive , enjoyable and challenging at the same time.

People skills and soft skills are fundamental to be successful in this role.
Pros
Diverse groups - bring new learning to the table every day ..never a dull moment here :-)
Cons
Dealing with different personalities, volatile environment demands patience and respect at all times.
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Fun workplace
RHP Operations Analyst (Current Employee) –  Brampton, ONMay 19, 2016
Implementation of sharespace work atmosphere at Rogers Park in Brampton provides a better work and collaborative experience. Definitely a dramatic change.
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Fun and fun
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ONMay 19, 2016
fast pase always somthing to do
goood first job
great customer service training
love to smile
love to eat the food
flexible hours
good for students
great hours
Pros
nothing
Cons
the manager
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Great peers to work with.
Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) –  Pickering, ONMay 18, 2016
Come in take calls and then end of shift to go home. There is weekly incentives for highest sales but a lot of the customer don't want new services.
Pros
Longer lunches
Cons
short breaks
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Nice people, lots of work...
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee) –  Brampton, ONMay 12, 2016
ITs my second time with Rogers in last 5 years. Changes - all dev work has been outsourced. It is all about vendor management on my line of work (PM).
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