Happiness score is 55 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mirko Bibic
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  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    1 carrefour Alexander-Graham-Bell, A-7, Verdun, Québec H3E 3B3
  • Link
    Bell website
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on 5 August 2022
Management is just sales driven money hungry horrible training unclear instructions so much pressure for no reason so much miscommunication and vague training schedule is horrible and tools often crash
Financial Analyst in Verdun, QC
on 4 August 2022
Where dreams go to fade
Avoid this company: They do not care if you are new, they do not care if you have mental difficulty from life problems (like they advertise ironically). This might sound like a disgruntled employee but I was the most educated in a room, first in and last out but was not given the support I needed when a family member was sick. Cubicle work with no connection: Do anything else.
Field Manager, Ontario in Everywhere
on 3 August 2022
Door to door salesperson
Great group of people but a lot of travelling. The pay is amazing, however the hours and time away from home gets to you. Great for a single person. Got promotion to assistant field manager.
Analyst in Montréal, QC
on 3 August 2022
Bell is a good company to work for
Salaries are generally mediocre but benefits are definitely higher than average. Bell is a good stepping stone, especially in Canada; honestly, the reputation crosses borders. The environment is very calm and stress-free.
Associate Circuit Design, Bell Canada in Toronto, ON
on 27 July 2022
No work/life balance, constant pressure to produce more
Terrible toxic environment to work in.Management has put monitoring applications on every laptop (Variant)They monitor every keystroke and every application you go into.They give you feedback on your bathroom breaks!They do not appreciate their employees and expect you will be at their beck and call

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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Test concern about networking and all its layers

Shared on 15 July 2019

General Call centre related questions regards customer service and retention

Shared on 18 July 2018

For example, how would I handle a problem with a telecom related matter, and provide a solution that benefited both Bell and the client first. Other questions were focussed on telecom experience and business related skills such as financial acumen.

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