Very fast paced, amazing people and many perks available.
Finance (Ancien employé) – Mississauga, ON – 13 juillet 2019
Good people, good company overall. Thousands of courses available free of charge. Pay for management positions is also pretty satisfactory. However, once in management get used to no overtime pay (even if working 20hrs a day), lots of work over the weekends. Very unrealistic and stressful work environment. This is mainly due to company trying to do as much as possible with at least as employees as possible. There is a reason why Bell pushes and promotes mental health and tries to support it commercially...since so many have mental breakdowns due to overwhelming stress at work. If the company actually took time to see how overloaded with work their employees truly are and made changes, then I can say it would probably be one of the greatest companies to work for... hopefully one day it gets there.
Good pay for "9 to 5" hours on paper (not incl overtime)
Zero work-life balance, No pay for overtime, Normal to work on weekends and late into evenings/ nights.
Small Business Account Manager (Ancien employé) – Vancouver, BC – 5 septembre 2019
I really enjoyed my career at Bell as it gave me excellent work/life balance. The most I enjoyed was flexible work hours, managers helped out during my travel to other countries as a Volunteer. The base salary initially was low but they made it up to par with in-market sales salaries. The commission structure was excellent. I loved and enjoyed the benefits including the RRSP, extended health, and dental coverage, Bell share matching by the company, life insurance and so on. The one thing which I think needed improvement was that taking the vacation was mandatory and even during vacations and sick days your targets were valid and had to be accomplished before or upon return,