Territory Sales Representative (Current Employee) – North York, ON – 28 March 2014
My typical day is about calling fixing appointments visiting customers on there premises, discuss there problems, suggest them solutions based on Rogers products. Engage my management to trace the right resource to create the technical solution based on the points I took with the client meetings. The hardest part is to evolve the finance teams to apply necessary solutions under the budget. Usually it works out OK by the client and Rogers and the enjoyable part is to complete the deliverable's according to plan.
bills at 50% and a very healthy and appreciable work environment.
Dealing with different departments locating the right resource.
Inventory Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 September 2017
its very difficult to move up in Rogers supply chain department, someone has to die, retire or be demoted. it is frowned upon if you need to work from home. co-workers are great to work with, but can be cut throat if they do not like you. benefits are great, plus you get 50% off your rogers services.
manager des operations (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 20 September 2017
Bon sens de l’animation d’équipe. communiquer et animer écouter, comprendre, accompagner le personnel encadrer ses collaborateurs le contrôle de ce qui est fait par les équipes être engagé auprès de son équipe et en complète osmose avec l’entreprise.
Data / Process Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 September 2017
Show up for your 9-5 job and if your manager likes you you will excel. If they don't you stay dormant. Always cover yourself buy sending an email to follow-up to a conversation. They gym, stocks, benefits and occasional perks are great.
Great place to work if you want to grow within the company.
Customer Service Consultant (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 13 September 2017
Lots of opportunities for new training in different departments but with training comes lots on instability in your schedule. Everyone is willing to help to a certain extent, especially your managers. The hardest part of the job was that every month and a half your schedule changed and unless you had a lot of seniority you didn't have much say and would probably be stuck with a shift you didn't want. I did learn lots about the company and was able to help lots of people, but the good days were offset by the days when customers would call in and scream at you for something they occurred on their cell phone bill, not getting a brand new phone for free, etc.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 13 September 2017
Good company to work for if you do your job right, Excellent benefits. They need to concentrate more on employees than on the bottom line, typical of large companies, They have some excellent managers,
Great place to work if you constantly prove yourself
Call Quality Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 September 2017
Very large organization with lots of opportunities. You need to change roles continuously and prove you are valuable or you are in danger of having your role eliminated. If this happens you aren't given any notice which can be a hard pill to swallow.
Lots of opportunities
have to find your own opportunities, decisions effecting you are decided on high with no input from you
INSIDE SALES CONSULTANT, SMALL BUSINESS (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 September 2017
Great benefits, Great culture most enjoyable part of the job: you get to help small business owners achieve their goals (by means of telecommunications cost reduction, increase the chance/revenue by providing them a technology that is less expensive hardest part of the job: challenging to get someone on the phone to listen to what you are offering.