Loyalty and Retention Specialist (Employé actuel) – Orillia, ON – 12 février 2019
What can I say?
Let's start with some positives.
The normal everyday people I worked with on a daily basis were great.
Social Committee tries their best to do fun things for their employees.
That's about it.
The company likes to say they promote a lot from the inside, but the truth is you're struggling to find an opening to advance to as everyone who holds the positions have been there since the company opened and are not in the habit of vacating to allow others to move up.
The "coaching" or "guidance" you get to help you out is essentially meeting up with your manager once a month to tell you what you're doing wrong, tell you outdated tips that don't relate to your job as the managers haven't taken a phone call in years, and have no frame of reference for what the customer's needs are anymore.
They encourage you to make shady sales, like, literally selling TV to a blind person, or playing on the heart strings of the elderly to sell them internet, or one manager who told us to make a sales pitch to grieving family member who has to bury their relative.
They like to promote positive work/life balance, but truthfully trying to get a day off for a doctor's appointment, or an event is a task of Herculean proportions. Your request has to be made 2 months in advance and ,if you're lucky, Bell will allow you to have the day off you need, other wise you have to trade shifts with people that have grown so accustomed to having their weekends off they would never trade with you, and then once you can't do that you have to use one of your very limited Governmentplus... regulated "E-days" in order to attend appointments to treat conditions that you get from working there.
Also, the benefit package recently went through an increase, because unsurprisingly, people actually started using them. So in order to fit in with the culture of bloodsucking foolery that they love so much, they decided to make employees pay a majority of the benefit plan.
All-in-all, they promise you a high salary in order to stay there because if they paid you any less I couldn't imagine why anyone would want to stay here, in fact the departments that do make less than $20 (Which is all of them except 1) have a very high turnover rate because the job just eats away at your soul.
So if you already don't have the capability for Human Empathy or you get your jollies taking advantage of the disabled and elderly, this job is perfect for you.moins
We are sorry to hear that your experience at Nordia is not a positive one and we take your comments seriously. It is very surprising and disappointing for us, as development is at the core of our values. Customer service can be demanding, but we strive to provide a stimulating and rewarding work environment as well as development opportunities. We are continuously looking for avenues to improve the work experience of our staff and your feedback gives us the opportunity to do so.
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Agente service à la clientèle (Ancien employé) – Rouyn-Noranda, QC – 12 novembre 2019
Pas assez de flexibilité sur les possibilité d'horaire - procédure pas à jour
Retention Specialist (Ancien employé) – Nanaimo, BC – 9 novembre 2019
Worked here for 5 months, on the postings and at hiring there was lots of promises of big paychecks and bonuses and career advancement. Not true at all. The wage is only good if you can meet their exceedingly high standards and then it was only a chance at a draw for a good prize half the time?? Granted I worked essentially in cancellations department for which you better not let anyone cancel anything.or you're in trouble. Actual trouble. I had 1 person cancel and I got written up. Not happy. Management also sucks and wont help you if you need it. Hours were long and most of the people complained constantly.