Sales Representative (Ancien employé) – Calgary, AB – 27 décembre 2018
The ability to make minimum wage is never ideal, however, commission does make up for it. A typical day involves a lot of product reviewing (as the industry changes constantly) and guiding customers along their purchase as they come into the store.
A good chunk of what you make in commission can be based on if your location is busy or not, however, every slow location can be made decent if you can make a sale.
It is a very sales orientated, target driven company as is any other sales organization.
If you are looking to get into the company, read sales books, job shadow the tops sales reps and emulate them at the beginning until you find your own comfort zone.
Work evenings and weekends if you want to make high commission. Much less foot traffic during the day (for the most part).
They will move good sales reps to better locations if they can prove themselves.
The ability to move up is easy if you are patient enough and can hit your targets consistently. Even manager in each location was once a sales rep.
Commission, discounts on everything
Targets constantly increase as you head towards the end of the year, January through March can be brutal commission wise
Manager (Employé actuel) – Ontario – 17 juillet 2019
I have been working for Bell for few years and moved around few different dept within the network team. Overall the company is great, it has its standards and practices like other big corporations out there. If you are looking to make big changes or create/build something this is not the right place for it (there are still lots of old school staff working here), you better off apply to a start up if you like building something from ground up. If you want to learn about processes/operations, this is the right place for you.
As for paid, Bell is a big company the starting salary/hourly rate is not bad, don't expect big raises though, you will get roughly 1-5% raise per year depends on your performance.