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Good Health benefits, Stock options, RRSP, pension, work life balance.

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I would recommend business casual attire, no jeans, black dress shoes, colour coordinated tie.

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Pressure to sell. They have high expectations and I wasn’t even in a sales dept.

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No. Even in my initial year i was not having driving license so that did not affect me at all.

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There is nothing to suggest, I left to pursue my dream job. if it were not my dream job I would have stayed in a heartbeat.

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Interviewer made me comfortable and then he proceeded with questions. So I would say its quite conducive.

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Nights and weekends

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When I first began with this company and participated in a staff meeting with all areas in Shaw in my city, I was quite surprised to see that 75% of the staff was under the age of 40. I thought to my self, this company has been around since 1966 and thought I would see much older staff, to learn from. I learned very quickly how every year they lay off more the 200- 2000 people and its by a number game. Not by your years of being there or lake of. Shaw will cut you away anytime they choose to. Not a very stable company as people are cutting their cable and landlines everyday. Which mean employees will loose the jobs, and as of January 2018 another 6500 employees will be let go again. In my time being with Shaw I have seen over 10,000 employees let go. They hire young because the over 55 are too smart and move on to a much more of a dream job.

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Just be confident and show you know how to sell.

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