Questions and Answers about TELUS Communications

Here's what people have said about working and interviewing at TELUS Communications.

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It only took me about 14 days at most. But I was underage when I applied so they did wait.

Answered - Sales Representative (Former Employee) - Hamilton, ON

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About 2 weeks

Answered - Customer Sales and Service Representative (Former Employee) - Scarborough, ON

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Upload resume to the Telus portal

Answered - Sr. TSA/ Sr. Programmer Analyst (Current Employee) - Mississauga, ON

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As a summer student you are put through a telephone screening process and then invited for an in person interview if you are chosen to move on in the interview process

Answered - Administration Assistant (Former Employee) - Mississauga, ON

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You must apply online, then you are scheduled for multiple interviews. These may be 1 on 1 or with multiple managers, as there is a large amount of screening done before a hire.

Answered - Sales Associate (Current Employee) - Ottawa, ON

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They are not hiring. They are outsourcing

Answered - Loyalty and Retention Specialist (Current Employee) - Montréal, QC

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Hiring process is a fair process based on multiple criteria. All applicants are screen directly from application submitted through the website as well as other portal through which a job is advertised. The process is is based on individual educational and experience criteria. Though each position and the hiring manager may emphasize different skill sets.

Answered - Resolution Specialist (Former Employee) - Scarborough, ON

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Externally posted job, went through a regular interview process.

Answered - Senior Design Specialist (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON

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Long process of testing, luck and your connections within the company.

Answered - Enterprise IT Technical Analyst (Current Employee) - Burnaby, BC

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