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As a field Tech. If you are new to the town in just couple of months you will be familiar with your towns map, like restaurants, what's trending how people talk, what age group is best to have conversation with, getting knowledge of how things workout in certain areas. On top of that you get to travel around the town on companies vehicle, know how to work at height, house prices nearby and much more.
Hourly wage 8 to 5 schedule most of the days, part-time weekends availability 👌, nice ops managers In windsor.
Not good for Full-Time your availability should be all day 8 to 9. Perfomance matrix in place, Decentralized system, hard to deal with various departments for a change that customer asks for, No internal promotions
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I’m hoping to get a driving job out of Barrie . If the job requires me to drive a company vehicle out of town that’s fine . I have very good knowledge of Toronto and all towns between . I also worked in the Airport in Toronto for 15 years servicing pay phones for bell .
Easy to navigate
To many questions at first .
i used to start my day by taking the TTc to the workshop at Etoecoke, Toronto and load my tools and spare parts to the vehicle and drive to the first customer at 8 AM i used to average 3 work orders per day, which we get them through and app and then i closing my day at 7 PM by returning the vehicle to the workshop and make my daily reports through the apps. i had a to month training of fiber optics, cooper and TV installation and maintenance for Bell infrastructure. The management tends to depend on the apps and tends automate the operations, but they provide a good deal of resources work place culture is good while most of the times are on field with customers the hardest part of the job is the environmental conditions on the field and the enjoyment is in involving in good conversations with customers
Great type of work, bad for recognition or growth, the longer to stay the more stuck you feel. received no recognition for hours worked or jobs well done
great type of work
zero growth prospects or recognitions
Fun workplace with a state of the art facility. learned a lot professionally. workplace culture is the best overall but the shift work is hard. best part about working here is the people you work with and the knowledge you can gain from them because they have been there for a long time. management is great and very supportive.
benefits, salary, location
An okay place to work. It was much better back in mid 2000s. But salary is below industry standard. Aggressive environment. KPI oriented. Team work was lacking on my team. My team had a lot of finger pointing.
long hours, aggressive
Working in this fast paced environment, entitled me to learn many new technologies and allowed me to stay on top of learning any platform that was introduced. The team spirit was tremendous and it always endeavored me to share ideas, my own presentations and fostered growth within the team I always felt that I could learn and grow within the organisation
Great working environment
It was an easy job, the hours were to much. They would change your days of rest 12 hours before your next shift. Worked a lot of 48hr weeks for them. Learned a lot about networking and running wire in wall. I didn't have an actual manager until 6 months on the job. Easy job, just very dangerous. Especially when climbing 48 foot ladders on top of hydro poles to work on a terminal. The most enjoyable part of the job was finishing a job for a customer. Knowing you did a good job in the end.
working at bts is fun and there is a lot of freedom with the job but the micro management and extensive hours can make working at bts a pain sometimes
Your own vehicle, company phone, discount on services
10 hour shifts, when u start you'll work every weekend and holiday
Great people and workplace culture training teaches you everything you need to know before you get out in the field. The hardest part of the job is your first few days on your own then gets much better.
Work life balance is non existent. Schedule is not set and you can be called in with 12 hours notice. Making plans ahead of time is nearly impossible. The managers are only about getting as many jobs done as quickly as possible. Essentially, if you run into problems on a job, do not expect anyone to be understanding as to why it is taking you longer. Management expects you to stay past the end of your scheduled shift if a job is not finished before then. They are not legally allowed to force you to stay, however if you do leave your manager will find a way to come down on you in some other way regardless of if you have actually stayed to help on other occasions. The job itself is easy. The worst part is dealing with the weather; extreme cold and hot. Sometimes customers can be hard to handle. You are entering customers homes so this comes with good and bad. Some times you may come across very dirty or crowded homes. As well as the occasional drug addict, but you do have the right to refuse the job or call to have someone stay with you while you are there. There were regular raises. $1 per roughly 6 months worked up to a cap but this does not outweigh the cons of the job. Benefits are okay. Not great and not awful. Overall this job should only be taken if in dire need of money and with no intention of staying long term. I was there for 4 years and it was very taxing some days. It also causes a strain on family life as most shifts you will be working until 9pm or later and you will work every weekend and most if not every holiday.
Generally left alone to do your work
Long hours. No set schedule. Management and efficiency system creates a very toxic work environment