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Nordia Salaries in Canada

Salary estimated from 140 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: June 28, 2020
Customer Service
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
$14.47 per hour
$10.15
$22.00
5 salaries reported
$14.39 per hour
$10.15
$22.00
3 salaries reported
$14.75 per hour
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
$15.47 per hour
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
3 salaries reported
$14.41 per hour
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
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Sales
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
5 salaries reported
$37,787 per year
$20,000
$66,000
5 salaries reported
$40,994 per year
$20,000
$66,000
Other Popular Jobs
Average Salary
Salary Distribution
8 salaries reported
$16.16 per hour
$10.15
$24.45
3 salaries reported
$14.74 per hour
Min and max salaries are hidden when we have fewer than 5 salaries
How much does Nordia in Canada pay?
Average Nordia hourly pay ranges from approximately $14.39 per hour for Service à la Clientèle to $18.88 per hour for Retention Specialist. The average Nordia salary ranges from approximately $30,000 per year for Technical Support to $53,398 per year for Agent.
Salary information comes from 140 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
Please note that all salary figures are approximations based upon third party submissions to Indeed. These figures are given to the Indeed users for the purpose of generalized comparison only. Minimum wage may differ by jurisdiction and you should consult the employer for actual salary figures.
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What people say about working at Nordia
  • 3.0
    Pays the bills.
    Honestly out of all the other call centers they are the most flexible. Competitive pay. However it is still a call center. You're still a number. Things still come down from the top. You still work for a major client. There is little room to grow in ...
    Sales (Current Employee)
    Peterborough, ON - 28 June 2020
  • 3.0
    Good experience
    Training is intense for several weeks. The rules are defined and strict. Fast pace environment and driven. Pay rate is competitive however union fees and benefits eat at your income. Not worth it in the end because your net income barely covers nece...
    Téléphoniste à l'interrurbain (Former Employee)
    Quebec City, QC - 19 June 2020