Bell

Working at Bell: Company Overview and Reviews

Bell
Bell
4.0
33 reviews
Bell Ratings
4.0
Average rating of 33 reviews on Indeed
3.8Work-Life Balance
4.1Pay & Benefits
3.5Job Security & Advancement
3.7Management
3.7Culture
Headquarter
1 carrefour Alexander-Graham-Bell, A-7, Verdun, Québec H3E 3B3
Employee
10,000+
Revenue
More than $10B (USD)
Industry
Telecommunications

Popular jobs at Bell

 Average SalarySalary Range
Sales Representative
1 Salaries reported
$48,000
per year
$24,000-$72,000
Workforce Manager
1 Salaries reported
$75,000
per year
$37,000-$113,000
Tutor
1 Salaries reported
$12.00
per hour
$7.25-$18.00
Technician
1 Salaries reported
$72,000
per year
$36,000-$108,000
Technical Support
1 Salaries reported
$10.00
per hour
$7.25-$15.00
Salary Satisfaction
67%
Of the employees are satisfied about their pay
Based on 83 reviews
Benefits
Health Care
Dental Insurance
Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
401k
Paid Time Off
Stock Options
Discounts

Bell Reviews

Overall Reviews at Bell

4.0
Telecommunicator | Arkansas | Oct 8, 2019
Great job, great people but lots of sacrifices
Be prepared to always work on week-ends, thursday and friday nights to begin with, as most of the work hours are given at that time. The job is fun and diverse though, your get your car at home after a while and management is quite nice. Lots of autonomy but you need to be efficient enough and find creative ways to get the job done. It's a pain in the winter, but in the summer it's a real joy. Possibilities to grow in the company vary from time to time, it can be fast for someone and very long for others. Salary is cheap to begin if you don't have a diploma, but goes up quickly. I would definitely recommend it.
1.0
Customer Service Representative | Ontario, CA | Jun 19, 2019
Horrible and stressful
I've been employed for almost 2 yrs. I had to beg the company to give me my vacation, the management is horrible, you're never getting a full 80 hours pay. The shift system is horrible, you would be at work and get marked absent. No fun at all just stare at your computer all day, can't even talk to your peers. Bell is all about gaining new customers and care less about their slaves (employees).
ProsGood customers
ConsHorrible shifts, short hours, unapproved vacation
5.0
Substitute Teacher | New York State | Sep 6, 2018
I just had worked as a substitute teacher at this school.
The school environment was warm like family and productive. I have learned a lot from this school such as classroom management, their academic contents, staff cooperation. It was really good experience for me. After those periods, I could work productively at different charter schools such as at Lighthouse Academy in Bronx, and Global Community Charter school in Manhattan.
1.0
Technical Support | Tempe, AZ | Jan 12, 2019
I hated working at Bell
Working for Bell was bad. The pay was low, the call center was trashy. The chairs were practically falling when I worked there. They pushed sales very hard. So much so, even if you reseloved the customers issue and they loved you for it, if you didn't sell or get them to upgrade their service, they considered it a fail. I worked there for 3 months and I quit.
ProsNone
ConsForced sales, meat grinder call center
5.0
Account Manager | Ontario, CA | Jun 21, 2018
Good place to work at
I have been working at Bell Canada full-time (More than 8 years) Pros Lots of room for growth. Strong executive leadership. Invest in their people continuously. Good benefits. Always challenged to be better and think different Cons The industry is always evolving and can be challenging to stay ahead of curve to beat the competition. Not enough hours in a day to get the work done, so sometimes need some overtime.
5.0
Network Specialist | Kentucky | Jul 11, 2018
Fun and Learn
Bell mobility has a very professional environment at the same time, the team in the Atlantic region was most fun to work with. Apart from technical challenges all in all it was experience of a lifetime at Bell that I will never forget. The utmost respect and support I received from my peers and leaders is second to none.
3.0
Instructor | Baltimore, MD | Nov 26, 2018
Collaborative and Engaging Youth, made it an overall good experience.
A typical day was creating a curriculum, work plans, and daily training to aid in supporting the needs of the scholars. The balance of keeping the scholars engaged while learning and life skills are instituted and enforced to maintain a culture of excellence.
ProsScholars, Staff, Service
5.0
Sales Associate | Prince George, VA | Jun 26, 2019
Great place to work
Bell is a fast paced place of work. It has great on job training that can help set you up for a number of careers going forward. You get the opportunity to meet connect with lots of role and build long lasting relationships.
ProsGood hours good money good people and benefits
ConsCould always use more money. Not always a lot of room for advancement
3.0
Call Center Representative | Charlestown, RI | Mar 2, 2019
Have a lounge where we watch tv and play games.
With the right company the work place is very fun. Many give aways and bonuses. Fairly good salary however, with the type of work we do at Bell I personally feel that adding on an addition 2 or 3 dollars would be much better and worth it.
ProsGive aways and bonus
ConsShortbreak
4.0
Database Administrator | Montreal, WI | Sep 16, 2018
Good place to work
Installation and testing new Oracle 12c database environment Developing and testing new script to automate jobs.Othe daily activities are create database access and run manually script. Always lots of works to do but there are fun and flexibility.

Questions And Answers about Bell

How often do raises occur at Bell?
Asked Dec 7, 2016
I could have say every three months depend how good you are at working
Answered Apr 4, 2019
Every 6 mo $0.50 if you qualify
Answered Dec 4, 2017
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Bell? What are the steps along the way?
Asked Aug 23, 2016
A few weeks as a background check and phone interviews are scheduled
Answered Jun 1, 2019
Within a month it was done
Answered Jun 26, 2017
What is the work environment and culture like at Bell?
Asked Feb 13, 2018
If the management is terrible everything else around u is terrible
Answered Sep 14, 2019
Entertainment
Answered Jul 3, 2018
What tips or advice would you give to someone interviewing at Bell?
Asked Aug 25, 2016
Sales experience can be taught, people skills is 100% essential
Answered Dec 4, 2017
Be straight forward with what you know or don't know. If you do not do what you say you can you will not work there anymore if you cannot perform.
Answered Oct 9, 2016
I have interviewed twice at bell for the position of sales consultant. But i dont get it why they wont hire me, when i have sales experience of more than 3 years.
Asked Feb 3, 2016
They may be looking for specialized area.
Answered May 31, 2017
Bell, Rosenberg & Hughes LLP was a law firm and as such, had no need for a sales consultant.
Answered Aug 25, 2016