Loyalty and Retention Representative (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 5 February 2017
Telus is excellent place to work. Great management and co-workers. I greatly enjoy working at Telus. Any body who wants to work for great company which will appreciate your talent, Telus is best place to work.
Marketing (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 February 2017
TELUS gives you the option to work from home, with the expectation that you get your work done. It's a highly collaborative environment, with like-minded, intelligent people who are supportive and fun to work with.
Install and Repair Technician (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 4 February 2017
TELUS trains technicians and all employees in the work place. Very hands on, very detailed and it's paid. Tons of fun, the benefits were amazing. The other team members are what make it. Management is also very supportive and takes care of it's team members. Infinite room to develop and move on. TELUS will cover costs of learning/extra training if needed as well.
Very Enjoyable work environment until I moved to the head office.
Loyalty & Retention Specialist II (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 27 January 2017
A typical day at work would be me entering the building. Signing on at my work station receiving and accessories at my computer boxing them up and shipping them to their respective places. When moving up to head office after the TELUS warehouse moved to Mississauga. I thought it would be a great opportunity for me. In the beginning I loved it but close to the end they were doing a lot of job out sourcing and I feel they didn't value the Canadian workers they had. I feel a lot of extra effort that was put into my job went unnoticed.
Business Analyst II (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 January 2017
A warning to all those out there who apply for a job posting advertising for a specific industry skill set, complete three "tests" and two interviews. You are hired for a really good company, or so you think, only to discover that the job you applied to and was hired for was not the job you were doing. Quit, leave, do not try and make the job "work" out. You will be removed by the end of the year when they complete their annual sweep and get rid of their nasty little hiring practices.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Prince George, BC – 23 January 2017
I enjoyed all the people I worked with, I even enjoyed the office atmosphere and working on a computer however management was too overbearing to create a healthy long term work environment. There was a lot of interoffice drama and railroading in order to achieve advancements. I had a manager actually actively prevent me from advancing upwards in my career.
SALES REPRESENTATIVE TOM HARRIS CELLULAR (Current Employee) – Cloverdale, BC – 23 January 2017
Very good company to work for but I was thrown into working and the current location I work is understaffed so I find it quite stressful. Benefits are awesome and my boss is awesome. It sucks that tom harris started cutting back on alot of benefits and perks for the employees. But overall an awesome company there is a reason why I returned to Tom Harris
Communications Specialist (Former Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 22 January 2017
Incredible career with much training and trust in the employee. (at least in my case) Great management, opportunity to advance and move to different areas, and huge projects were my personal highlights of my career. Would recommend working at Telus to anyone.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Langley, BC – 20 January 2017
Telus is a great place to work with good benefits and good coworkers who motivate each other to strive to do their best. Unfortunetly, theres no advancement within the company. Not many locations to move to because the dealership is a small company with 6-7 stores. Otherwise pay and work and life balance is good.
Very good culture. Love the option of Flexibility to work from home. Great Benefits. Compensation is at par with other companies of same size.
Workstyles - Ability to work from home
Too many layers of management. For example, to manage a small team of Recruiters - you have a manager / director, VP and EVP!!! Too much time spent on Strategic planning, meetings, reporting and presentation VS Actual work and on deliverable.