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Productive place to work with great people.
Case Manager, Loyalty and sales Floor Manager (Current Employee) –  Vancouver, BC29 May 2019
Productive place to work with great people. Great benefits and culture. Great support to expand knowledge and skills of the job. Many people end up staying long term.
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Team Player
Business Tech . (Former Employee) –  North York, ON21 August 2019
I’m hoping to get a driving job out of Barrie . If the job requires me to drive a company vehicle out of town that’s fine . I have very good knowledge of Toronto and all towns between . I also worked in the Airport in Toronto for 15 years servicing pay phones for bell .
Pros
Easy to navigate
Cons
To many questions at first .
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5.0
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Amazing management team. Never ending patience and support.
Summer Student Technician (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON20 August 2019
Right from the beginning Bell was a comfortable and great place to work. Working as a technician, there were many things to learn. The management team was patient and supportive while the new hires adjusted to the new pace of a job like this.
Pros
Working alone
Cons
Work can be difficult in extreme weather
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Competitive Workplace stepping stone
Sales Associate (Former Employee) –  St. Catharines, ON19 August 2019
Typical work day - depending on location the job tends to be pretty lax with you responding to customers for sales or assistance.

What you learned - Everything about the structure of cellular communications from how to market them and the constant fluctuation of the pricing.

Workplace Culture - Competitive but also supportive in a weird way if managed properly. If not managed properly the work environment can become hostile so a strong mind is required due to stress that comes from customers, coworkers, and managers since greed and jealousy are two aspects that may arise to challenge the workers.

Hardest part of the job? - When you first start there is a lot of systems that have to be learned that are not very intuitive to navigate to setup new or upgrade existing Bell customers. Also lots of people will be coming in to ask various questions about phones so you will need to learn a lot from your coworkers and own independent study.

Most enjoyable part - Commission even though it sucks to work for feels good to receive since it validates your work ethic and developing sales techniques to convince people on additional services. But in the back of your mind you realize you are really just manipulating people and taking advantage of their lack of proper knowledge on what they really need so if you can cope with that should be good.
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Toxic
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  North York, ON18 August 2019
Don't waste your time. Management go out of their way to try and belittle and bully you. Over 50% of staff are on stress leave and are forced to return due to corporate bullying tactics.
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4.0
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Fun place to work
Senior Field Sales & Operations Coordinator (Current Employee) –  North York, ON15 August 2019
This is a fun place to work, however there is heavy focus on sales and operational capacity. You have to think on your feet and always be ready to come up with solutions to problems
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Nice people, innovative work
DATA SCIENTIST INTERN (Former Employee) –  100 Wynford Drive15 August 2019
A typical day at work consists of working on long term data science projects, a lot of research and development.

Work hours are flexible as long as you put in 8 a day.

Good management, really cares about your career.
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Good Benefits
Store Manager (Current Employee) –  Red Deer, AB15 August 2019
Company offers good benefits packages to managers, and above average packages for reps, uncapped commission makes good option for people who love to work hard
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Fair place to work in
Household Loyalty Representative Agent (Former Employee) –  Nanaimo, BC15 August 2019
I like working at nordia . The culture is amazing, however the product was always the question.
The presure of selling is alwasy on and if people disconnect thier services, you might lose your job because of that rate
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5.0
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fun
Customer service representative (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC14 August 2019
The model of addiction etiology that best describes why people become addicted and how effectively to help them, is to start educating those who have not been exposed to addiction epidemic and focus more to those who are suffering from addiction already.
For instance, most people used to think if you share the same bottle of water with someone who is HIV/AIDS positive, you will automatically get infected. But after many years of educating people in school and with the help of other government
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A place values teamwork and collaboration
Marketing Data Analyst (Current Employee) –  Mississauga, ON11 August 2019
Real hands-on experience in complex SQL queries;
Meaningful projects with a lot of room to learn;
Good opportunity to get familiar with the telecom industry
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4.0
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Long time before promotion opportunities
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Laval, QC6 August 2019
I had a good time working there with the people and management but in the end Bell was not for me... I was doing my work and being efficient in doing so
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5.0
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i like it
Adjoint réseau - Service d'affaires (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC5 August 2019
its so nice wow.. c'est le meilleur environnement possible! Je capote c'est insane Genre j'ai plein de café pis tt... Touka ouin Chu bin icit ahahahhaha..
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Management is overloaded.
Sales Manager (Former Employee) –  Québec City, QC4 August 2019
20 years if job cuts has changed the culture and quality
Happy to be gone from it.
Sales have to be done at any cost, even if it is impacting the customer...
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Productive and innovative work environment.
User Experience Specialist (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON4 August 2019
Mostly waterfall methodology due to the number of teams involved on each project. They are currently going for visionary Agile thinking with an emphasis on user centric design. UX/UI design is driving web and mobile application development. Good company to work for.
Pros
Good work environment
Cons
Many teams involved on each project
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4.0
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Fast paced workplace
Field Services Technician (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON31 July 2019
BARELY HAD DAYS OFF.
Always looking for OT.

Bell expects you to work at a certain pace when they hire you. The probationary period is 6 months. Lots of benefits
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Benefits
Cons
Ot
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4.0
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help people all day
Help desk Atelka (Current Employee) –  Cornwall, ON29 July 2019
It was an OK job, lots of friendly people. Management is okay, some are a little closed and harder to talk to but most of them are easy to talk to and friendly.
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3.0
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Productive but not Special
Conseiller au recouvrement (Former Employee) –  Québec City, QC29 July 2019
Il y a certes un table de ping-pong, une table de billard et des écrans installés de art et d'autres mais toujours est il que le management de son sous traitant NORDIA de Québec était tout simplement épouvantable.
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Very large corporation where people are treated just like a number.
Escalation Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Scarborough, ON27 July 2019
Company hires mostly vendors who they fail to provide adequate training to. The chances of errors and misinformation is extremely high. The company is very demanding of their employees.
Pros
Benefits and good wage.
Cons
Stacked ranking. High pressure to sell. Work life balance is not respected.
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5.0
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Good people and job
Technician (Current Employee) –  Sudbury25 July 2019
The job is great, hours are not reliable as a par timer but other than that I love it. You meet new people every day and the people I work with are all fantastic.
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5.0
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Good money
DIRECT MARKETING ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON23 July 2019
Very good money.
Fantastic commission.
There is a lot of pressure but it pays well.
Nice workstations.
Great hypes every month where you can win visa cards.
Pros
Free Coffee
Cons
Working on Weekends
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