As a former employee I didn't like working for this company . Its not a place to build career.
SIP/VOIP Specialist (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 5 November 2018
Poor management and they do not know what to do with the responsibilities they have. Job not organized. Pay is not good compare to competitors. Get benefits after 3 months of probation. No windows at the work environment. No privacy. Crowded.
If you're a Technical Junky at heart, this is the place for you!!!
Senior Network Engineer (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 4 October 2018
Pros - Kind people, my stay at Comwave was very pleasant - Plenty of exciting projects to work on - Fast-pace always learning new things - Team/Colleagues are very skilled and hardworking/dedicated - Compensation very fair - Kudos to Comwave Social Committee for putting together lots of cool/fun events - Customer focused
Cons - Management can be a little more open to new ideas and engaging - Consider employee 'Town Hall' gatherings, departments need to intermingle not only on a social basis.
Great company, If you are looking to start a career in Sales would recommend working with Comwave
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 30 July 2018
Great Sales experience in the Telecommunication Industry • Decent compensation package • Employees are taken cared of, treated with respect • I believed there’s a room for a career growth(depends on which department) • Meet employees with different ethnicity background
To learn and expand knowledge for a better job opportunity
VoIP and Network Support Specialist (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 16 January 2018
A typical day for me was hectic and stressful with a lot of multi-tasking and various job tasks. The good part is that you can learn a lot if you want to. You have access to many tools and platforms. Workplace culture is multicultural and most are very pleasant and hard working. Management is not top notch, but you do have a certain freedom in decision making and within your job tasks. There is a gym.
Inbound Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 April 2016
I joined Comwave Telecommunications as an Inbound Sales Representative. My job title included to have a needs based conversation with the customers to help them chose the right product. I managed to successfully achieve and exceed in all sales based monthly targets while also ensuring I provided the best service experience to our customers. They do a good job in helping agents learn the product and understand their customer needs.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 April 2016
A typical day at comwave would be assisting customers with long distance plans, take monthly payments for phone bill. upsell to customers also I would trouble shoot if customers where having issues with their phone line.
Inbound Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 February 2016
management for the most part was very friendly and helpful , pay was terrible , and they did not work on scheduling with you when school came back around , they dont work with students who are in school.
worst experience was when my grandmother passed and i cam into work the same day asking for leave because we had to go back home for a funeral...i asked for 2 weeks since i was entitled to a vacation and they would not give it to me stating they don't offer leave for death without manager approval...my manager told me she is not heartless but i can not go...i quite the job to go support my family.
lunch truck always came, office was very very clean
Technical Services Agent (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 June 2015
a typical day at work would be to answer calls as they came in and sell on the services they had to offer and read a script to counter sell there rejections. Troubleshooting there devices, routers, computers to optimize functionality with converters with there internet.
learned about troubleshooting routers, computers and remoting into client computers to connect comwave converters via IP to there network.
management was small and lacked support when escalations came. troubleshooting procedures were also limited.
co workers were easy to learn from and work with
hardest part of the job is dealing with clients who dont understand technology and have to do all support via phone. no service technicians to show up on site.
most enjoyable part of the job was the experience and the co workers relationship