WIND Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 December 2015
I liked the hours given to me but my transportation was a little tough especially with Calgary transit. I loved the people I worked with and we had a respectful environment. The only problem that led to our team disintegrating (quitting) was due to our team lead that didn't respect us and caused us to hate working with her. She used to make up stories that makes the team look bad and tell it to our store manager who always took her side. Other than that I liked working in such an environment and Im looking for a similar job.
Good hours, friendly environment, team work and good breaks.
Sales Rep (Current Employee) – 1450 Clark Ave W, Thornhill, ON L4J 7R4, CANADA – 23 October 2015
It is a standing job so there's a lot of that because we don't really get chairs. The pay is minimum wage so for anyone with certifications and backgrounds you may wanna consider something else. Good for anyone trying to build customer service experience and learn to deal with difficult customers. The overall team is different based on location I personally found mine to be quite rude and vulgar towards customers and other staff. There were also problems with the payroll setup and a lot of wireless issues that need to be sorted out at higher levels. I can tell not everyone is putting in 100% of the effort.
sale comissions, free cellphone line, subsity on cellphones, slow paced environment
tireing, staff is not polite, bad management, faulty systems, poor co-ordiation, lack of respect, too carefree
Regional Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 14 October 2015
A typical day at work consists of delegating sales quotas and productivity reports to sales representatives. Learning payroll, deposit system, and managements duties. Working as a sales manager for five locations, working directly with the CEO collaborating on sales and the future of the business. The interaction between employees and customers would be the most enjoyable part of the job.
TEAM LEAD & ASSISTANT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 9 October 2015
Amazing place to work at! Great employees, management is very considerate. A lot of advancement opportunities if you show that you want to grow with the company. I started as a sales rep, moved up to asst manager.
Fun part of contracting Challenges presented to you everyday,
Sr. Unix/Storage Admin (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 September 2015
getting approval in time is rare. working with co - worker is always fun as you learn and teach more skills with them and to them. clear your concepts. working with difficult personality manager and co -worker and have to tell them politely how we can accomplish this thing without getting our of track.
fun and learn
disappinting your values to co. get zero if not rightly use.
Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto – 8 September 2015
Small company trying to run like a big company. Most of the people are great to work with and are dedicated to the company, especially those that have been there for the long haul. Hardest part is having to be connected 24/7.
Greeter (Seasonal) (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 22 August 2015
Staff was great, very goal oriented and welcoming. I enjoyed coming into work everyday, greeting people and talking to them about new promotions and trying to understand what they wanted from the company. I enjoyed my time there very much.
Sales Representative & Technical Support (Former Employee) – Ottawa – 17 August 2015
I have benefited from this customer-facing position a lot. The daily work is not only full of routines but also challenges. I have learnt how to do daily inventory check, to deal with various customers and diverse needs from them, to offer great customer experience and to extend our monthly sales targets. I enjoyed working with my lovely co-workers and managers because we were always encouraging and helping each other as much as we could.
retail; manager (Current Employee) – jane and finch mall – 10 August 2015
Was one of the store chosen for the launch of iphone at wind and we given 10 customers free iphone with the 12 months free service. Moreover, If we talk about the mystery shopping , Store targets , Inventory , customer service Our store counts as first one .
Junior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 August 2015
Learnt a lot about the ERP processes and other necessary tools required for the operation. Supportive seniors and co-workers. Sometimes the repetitive task makes you feel dull but overall it was nice work time.