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Bell Store Manager yearly salaries in Canada

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31% Above national average
Salary estimated from 8 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

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  1. Saint-Hyacinthe, QC
    Maintain and exceed overall store sales performance. Build a customer-focused culture within your store. Get into the data to find opportunities and identify…
    2 days ago
  2. Toronto, ON
    Maintain and exceed overall store sales performance. Build a member-focused culture within your store. Get into the data to find opportunities and identify…
    10 days ago
  3. Toronto, ON
    Maintain and exceed overall store sales performance. Build a member-focused culture within your store. Get into the data to find opportunities and identify…
    14 days ago
  4. Montréal, QC
    Maintain and exceed overall store sales performance. A drive for achieving superior sales results within your store. Company subsidized cell phone line.
    30+ days ago
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Good Benefits
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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You learn valuable skills, but prepare to work.
Bell is not a bad company to work for. The culture is strong, the organization is well structured, and there is definitely a specific person/place for any concern. In the right region, you will have great opportunities for advancement. And if you’re lucky, you’ll have a manager who is invested in your development. On the negative side, the base salary for all positions is very low—plan your budget around this. The variable pay (commissions, manager bonuses called “SIP”) can be extremely lucrative, but hard to achieve. If you excel and beat your targets, you will double your salary easily. But if you merely attain your targets, or don’t make them, be prepared for a financial reality check. In addition, opportunities for advancement are very much limited to Ontario/Quebec. The other regions are dominated by people who have settled in for life. Advancement outside of central Canada only occurs when someone dies or retires, and then watch out—the whole company structure will change rapidly as the talented clamber for promotions. Lastly, the company structure for sales attainment is centred around a dying model—home services, or “BRS”. This is the end all and be all of sales targets. You make the most money, but are constantly fighting for the same customers who left Bell 3-4 months ago for a better deal. If you are the type of person that can de-escalate an angry customer, you will do well. Internally, support for employees is phenomenal. The benefits package is unreal and no one can beat it. However, you will learn to dread any phone call to “customer service” or our - 
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Pros
Lucrative bonus/commission structure, strong organizational culture and structure, and regional opportunities for advancement
Cons
Long hours, bad work/life balance, low base pay, toxic customer support culture, and limited opportunities for advancement if you live outside Ontario/Quebec
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Work-life balance needs to be improved for store managers
Working over 40 hours a week shouldn't be allowed but as a bell store manager I found myself doing just that in order to keep up with operational and sales goals.
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High commission
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Overworked and low salary for managers
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How much does a Store Manager make at Bell in Canada?

Average Bell Store Manager yearly pay in Canada is approximately $45,547, which is 31% above the national average.
Salary information comes from 9 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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