Work wellbeing score is 68 out of 100
3.8 out of 5 stars.
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Bell Careers and Employment

Work wellbeing

Results based on 508 responses to Indeed's work wellbeing survey.
Work wellbeing score is Average, 68 out of 100

Happiness

How enjoyable people find their day-to-day life at work
Average

Purpose

How meaningful people find their work
Below average

Stress-free

How manageable people find their work stress
Average

Satisfaction

How content people feel with the way things are at work
Average

About the company

  • CEO
    Mirko Bibic
    75%
    approve of Mirko Bibic's performance
  • Founded
    1880
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Telecommunications
  • Headquarters
    Montreal, QC
  • Link
    Bell website

Canada’s largest communications provider, Bell is at the forefront in delivering world-leading broadband networks, the next-generation services consumers and businesses rely on, and the media content that Canadians want the most.

Joining the Bell team puts you at the centre as we connect Canadians with each other and the world. Recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People and a Best Diversity Employer, Bell offers a wide range of career opportunities: network engineering, resear...

Canada’s largest communications provider, Bell is at the forefront in delivering world-leading broadband networks, the next-generation services consumers and businesses rely on, and the media content that Canadians want the most.

Joining the Bell team puts you at the centre as we connect Canadians with each other and the world. Recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People and a Best Diversity Employer, Bell offers a wide range of career opportunities: network engineering, research & development, customer service, IT, media production, marketing, finance and many more.

Our more than 50,000 team members in every province and territory of the country work in an environment that promotes collaboration, creativity and professional growth, while the positive impact of Bell Let’s Talk is reflected in our award-winning mental wellness workplace programs.

If you’re looking to bring game-changing ideas to life, we encourage you to consider joining #TeamBell.

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 3K reviews and is evolving.

3.75 out of 5 stars.20193.58 out of 5 stars.20202.93 out of 5 stars.20213.42 out of 5 stars.20223.49 out of 5 stars.2023

Reviews

Digital Coordinator in Montreal, QC
on 25 November 2023
Great people to work with
Rather calm environment. Good people overall. A bit of a delay in replacing people when they leave. Bell is nation wide, so there are opportunities across Canada.
Operational floater in Toronto, ON
on 25 November 2023
Not the best
Constantly downsizing and merging departments so that one employee is now doing the job of 3 without any pay raise. Burnout is a big problem. Managers try their best but it is the higher ups decisions
Dispatcher in Ontario
on 16 November 2023
Very Blessed to have been there for 30 plus years
What is the best part of working at the company?Lots of variety after two years you can move around with proper in house trainingWhat is the most stressful part about working at the company?Change so much change in ManagementWhat is the work environment and culture like at the company?Very forward. Eliminating the need for racismWhat is a typical day like for you at the company?Interest...
Manager, Finance in Toronto, ON
on 7 November 2023
Below average pay and constant cuts
Layoffs are constantly happening and the pay is subpar to begin with. Raises are in the 1-2% range yearly and you are told to be be appreciative of those figures. Verily little opportunity for advancement with widespread advancement. WFH was widely praised during covid but now forced back into the office.
Intern in Toronto, ON
on 2 November 2023
Great Experience
Definitely a great company with so many engaging tasks! Lots of constant change and growth. New projects are always on the go, and the culture is inclusive and exciting.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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