Corporate Credit Collections (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 November 2017
A very diverse company to work for with great perks, although new changes are questionable. Work can often be repetitive, however different problems arise each day to keep you on your toes. Over all i do believe they are a great company to work for.
Sales Representative / Apple Master (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 November 2017
Good Services Discount. Good Health Benefits. Work with customers to understand their needs and recommend the best solutions. Resolve customer issues with urgency and good judgment. Speak of the value of Rogers products and services. Train team on new iOS and hardware features of Apple products Know and enforce policies.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 17 November 2017
Typical work day involves handling customer inquiries and concerns. Learned a lot about mobile phones and billing inquiries. Management was engaging and coaching on a weekly basis. Workplace culture was good, could be better with monthly team outings. The hardest part of the job is trying to handle irate customers. The most enjoyable part of the job is when you help educate customers with products.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Saint-Laurent, QC – 16 November 2017
I like working for Rogers Communication. I enjoy the challenges I have to face everyday. The clients in which I talk to not only do they give me experience with people but they make me grow up. I working environment is great and colleagues are nice and respectful. Nothing negative to say about working here.
Senior Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 November 2017
They made me work 12-14 hours a day and one day in the name of Re-Org sent me home.. No job security... Management sucks... Given a chance i will rather work in MC Donald as security guard but will not work in this company..
Territory Manager (Current Employee) – Newmarket, ON – 12 November 2017
It has very nice corporate culture inside the organization and As I observed company focus is mainly on stagnant situation instead of growth thrust because of that as employee not getting much opportunity to earn more.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 7 November 2017
Digital Communications; Rogers wireless had a great family feel to it. Digital Communications was a Alberta based company at the time. Although management and staff felt close at all time. The ability to call and speak with the owner in a casual way made the company great.
Customer Service Consultant (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 6 November 2017
It's straining in a mental sense, while you're being coach constantly you feel as though you're being judged, there are many great aspects but if you don't like office work, you aren't good with people you wont like this job must have excellent punctuality, listening and communication skills, must be available to exceed normal work day hours. Money and benefits are insanly good, but for a reason. Lots to know lots to learn, lots of room to grow. The hardest part of the job is keeping your sense and composure when it becomes overwhelming and difficult.
Small Business Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 November 2017
Be ready to work hard though, especially in sales where work-life balance isn't exactly prioritized by management (over your quota) the consensus is you don't hit your quota just by working the 8 hours.
Great company, great history, dedicated employees hamstrung by beauracracy
Sr. Manager, Human Resources, Citytv, OMNI (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 November 2017
Not enough emphasis on diversity in the workplace. Dedicated employees with a desire to win in the marketplace. Great employee benefits. Too much transition at the CEO and ELT level. (3 CEOs in just over 5 years)
beautiful workplace design with top notch employee technology, on site gym, downton location, great wealth accumulation plans
beauracracy, not committed to promoting a diverse workplace