For a telecommunications company they still deal with predominantly manual processes, including pay by cheque rather than direct deposit. The same for expenses.
Their jobs are country wide and they have employees drive, thus if 4 of you are asked to go to Vancouver you will be expected to drive a company vehicle, with a trailer, non-stop and only be paid 8 hours per day. Onsite accommodation is via Air B&B, sometimes OK but you may end up on an air mattress in say the dining room.
Communication from management is poor so workers don't have the full picture of the job at hand or their expectations to meet customer expectations.
Your can expect long days and few days off when out-of-town.
The work can be satisfying if you can survive the lack of life balance and the long hours and constant interaction with coworkers due to vehicle constraints and living arrangements.
Lots of Travel
Work Life Balance
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