Great place to work , get hands on new electronic devices / Cellphones / Gadgets
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 February 2018
I started as an Associate in 2006 and in few months promoted to Assistant Manager. By January 2007 again promoted as Manager. From there moved to different locations . The best part of working at The Source is to get hands on New Cellphones / Electronic Devices / Cool Gadgets. I enjoyed the Annual Conventions , where all Managers from across Canada used to come for 3 Days. And the Best Moment which I will remember is When I was presented a Diamond Ring for winning Leaders Club Award in 2008, most prestigious award at Source.
Amazing community, work like a family, and treating customers with honesty and respect.
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 10 May 2017
Fun, exciting, very loving atmosphere, tough targets but great sense of enjoyment from hitting said targets. Sometimes the months can be quiet and because of that you feel down. Just keep your chin up and work hard.
Bell discounts, good customer service
Steadily increasing targets relative to your hours worked and your skill level.
ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 9 May 2017
Yes its a great place to be in while in school due to flexible work hours but the real problem in my eyes is in management they don't promote leaders and the people they do promote don't know how to lead and end up making the time you work with them not very enjoyable
Meh decent for a student, not a great career opportunity
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Chelmsford, ON – 9 May 2017
The job is fairly easy, especially if you like retail and sales. My biggest con for this job would be the amount of pressure management gives to sell "more bell". This is to be expected in sales, unfortunately you feel like you're never selling enough.
Sales Clerk (Former Employee) – Sooke, BC – 8 May 2017
Sold phones, electronics Enjoyed the staff Learned a lot about cell phones and electronics Management was good but not consistent though Hardest part was not having enough people coming in to purchase items. Business was slow in Sooke BC
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – London, ON – 20 April 2017
Selling bell services including cell phone, internet and home phone, must hit sales quotas weekly, tending to store, helping customers and upselling products, semi-annual inventory and active learning courses
Sales Associate (Current Employee) – Victoria, BC – 18 March 2017
Good place to work for sales associates, not a place to build a career. Basic wage and beats flipping burgers, plus the potential to make up to ~24$ and hour during Xmas time! Good place to learn alot if you see the value
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 13 March 2017
Worked for 3 years , started as sale associate and eventually got promoted to assistant manager. This promotion didn't give a good pay increase, and extra duties made it harder to meet commission quotas
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Courtenay, BC – 11 March 2017
I was always happy to come to work. My coworkers were like family to me. I always had fun at work. I learned so much from the 3 guys i worked with and especially from my boss.
It started out as a seasonal job but my manager decided to keep me for after the season ended because he believed I was capable of succeeding in the business as not only as an employer but part of their family. It was always a great day at work.
The hardest part of the job was memorizing all of the information that was crammed in our brain, but the most enjoyable part of the job was just going to work and to know I was going to make a sale and a friend.
good job and life balance as the schedule is flexible
SALES ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 10 March 2017
good job and life balance as the schedule is flexible seen co-workers fighting for sales management is motivating hardest part occurs only if you have no experience in customer talking and tackling most enjoyable part is that the learning atmosphere is good, if you make friends there