Avis généraux sur l'entreprise Rogers Communications
Customer Relations Representative | Burnaby, BC | 16 janv. 2019
My Worst Nightmare
I got the job because I needed a job. It was the worst mistake of my life. The schedule ruined all my friendships and the stress from the job ruined my psyche so now I am a burned out wreck with nothing left and struggling to rebuild my life.
First of all, the empty promises. They tell you about the history of the company and they make it sound like they hire internally. They tell you there is room for advancement. They tell you that you will get raises. These are all blatant lies. They hire mostly from the outside for any position. The only person I know who got promoted to management worked there for 15 years and let's just say they are in very poor health probably from 15 years of stress and sitting all day. The raises are based on performance. But if you do the job correctly, and don't cut corners, it's impossible to meet the targets. If you do cut corners, the stress of getting caught and losing your job creeps up on you. You just can't win.
The training I got was terrible. Not only was it misrepresenting what the job would be like, it was also abusive. I mean literally abusive. It was demeaning. Everything you do wrong is thrown back at you. Even if it was advice the trainers themselves gave you that caused the problem.
I also had a moment that could be classified as a metoo moment. And ongoing passive aggressive behavior because I turned down the advance. But that was from a manager as well. Blah.
The people who do get ahead in this environment are pretty
Technical Support Specialist | Moncton, NB | 23 oct. 2017
Above average pay+benefits, no life outside of work, poor service inside and out
Coming from a customer service/tech support rep, Rogers provides a great salary with one of the best benefits package available in Canada plus you receive a discount on Rogers services; But at a hefty cost to your life and well-being.
Like any new job in the beginning, you know you're at the bottom of the totem pole: working late shifts, working every holiday, never a weekend off but they will always paint you a pretty picture and promote that you'll gain seniority fast which leads to better shifts and perks.
During training (ICU) you will find that half or more of your fellow new hires will have quit (out of the 16 in my group we were down to 5 by the end of training, now only 2 remain 3 years later - myself included.)
After training you will be provided with your regular shift (which you'll bid on but being new it is next to pointless in hoping for day shifts.) You will likely be working until 2:30 or 3:00am.
I was stuck working until 3:00am for a little more than one year without ever having a holiday or weekend off.
For the next 1.5 years I worked until midnight and then by fluke I got a morning shift this past summer which only lasted six weeks (I'm now back working until midnight and still have not had a single holiday or weekend off.)
Basically, don't expect to have much of a life outside the walls of Rogers for a very long time.
Now onto what the job is like:
You'll begin by signing into your workstation, checking emails, getting up to speed on tod
Points positifsPay, benefits, discount
Points négatifsShifts bids, hours, management, directives, service
Technical Support | Moncton, NB | 21 juill. 2020
easy work but the company and the customers will mentally affect you.
the work itself is fine but there are several issues.
having to take responsibility for other employee's incompetence when filling out tickets they often seem to just not fill it out properly which means the issue continues for the client.
scripting is getting worse and worse when i first joined it was pretty basic but polite stuff and now there's an unnecessary amount added which can add several unnecessary minutes onto the call when the customer is already sick of talking to you.
infighting between departments because no one knows what to do or who to transfer to for certain issues. sometimes you will notice other departments transfer to you because they just didn't want to do the job even if they could have done it or are the only ones able to do it.
the shifts might give you depression. seriously. some of these shifts are just plain awful where you literally have no social life outside of your two days off which could be anywhere. a former coworker had health issues and a doctor's note told rogers to give them a shift between certain time slots to account for this. rogers gave that person the shift that they would not be able to do because of the health issues so they had to quit. from what i've heard and seen they range from 6am-3:30pm as the earliest shifts to 6:30pm - 3 am shifts as the latest (shift bids work by seniority so if there's a long period or something you are stuck having no joy or life on that 6:30 - 3 am shift. there's also optional overnight
Points positifsgood pay and benfits, employee discount.
Points négatifsshort break, unpaid lunch, everything mentioned in the review
Customer Service Representative | Ontario | 11 juin 2013
Worst company to work for
They end up always overpaying you on your last pay and then send you a letter saying you owe them. I quit on a Wednesday payday was that week they paid me I called in to HR the number on my letter to make sure that I did not have to pay anything back the HR person said that everything was fine then I got another letter 3 weeks later saying that they overpaid me and that I owed them money then a week later I got another pay stub showing an amount and that they deducted from what I "owed" them (their pay stubs are as horrible as their billing summary) I called their payroll support who said that if I want my past pay stubs I had to fax in my request for them to send it out. The HR girl did not say this she said that they would give me instant access to the program on the computer to look at my paystubs. The payroll support then told me a different number that was deducted from what I 'owed' them this number was less than the letter I received in the mail.. Working for rogers was VERY high stress! The employees dread going into work everyday, you were given unrealistic goals that changed almost on a daily basis, the systems that are put in place to help you actually hinder you. I worked over 12 mths for a manager that was not even on my shift we only saw a hour of each other in a day once a week we had one on one coaching where my manager would ask me to tell him how to help me which eventually the upper management had a sit down with me and suspended for my low performance sayi
Points négatifsThe place smelt like a sewer, they treat you like an idiot, they do not have a good training program, once you hit about 5+ yrs they lay you off, they promote unhealthy eating
Account Manager | Calgary, AB | 21 nov. 2013
Great place to work...as long as you didn't have to deal with management.
In a nutshell, my job was to generate revenue for the company by selling advertising on 4 radio stations. The products were solid, unique and fairly well programmed and clients saw results.
I very much enjoyed selling the product and dealing with the clients; and helping their businesses grow. I was quite successful, always hitting my targets and enjoying bonuses that came with them.
The most difficult part of working there was dealing with internal management. My immediate supervisor had little to offer in terms of experience and advice for dealing with tricky situations that sometime may have arisen with clients. She had never been in a true sales position and therefore could not relate to the day to day dealings with clients.
Her immediate supervisor had previous sales experience...more than 20 years ago. He was just simply out of touch with the reality of the sales world and what it took to get a new client to spend money with us, let alone retain their business year after year.
Together, they seemed to value "activity" rather than "results". They were always changing the dynamic...the "goalposts" if you will; inconsistent with who they decided to reward and their reasons for it. In a word...schizophrenic. Everything was seemingly designed to make "middle" management look good in the eyes of corporate...not for the benefit of our clients and certainly not for the benefit of the employees. We walked with caution and fear and at all costs avoided a meeting in th
Points positifsFreedom with your schedule to leave the office. (Meet with clients)
Points négatifsManagement always shuffling accounts; inconsistency in policy.
Human Resources Manager | Brampton, ON | 31 janv. 2020
Disgraceful working place
A feudal company with a regressive working mentality where bullies thrive.
Broken processes always at the start and never take off.
Always on reverse.
Everything old and outdated is enthusiastically presented by management, which in constant re-organization.
Company where fear and abuse prevail.
Where everything is under the carpet and only appearances matter.
Where management vocabulary is the same as street vocabulary like they these never had an education or they just think they wont be understood otherwise.
No principle and values. Calling employees stupid and still keeping them for years while pressuring to quit is not what this company claim or stand for.
No training is provided, broken documentation, unclear requirements and they expect people to perform to the highest degree, while also paid with market minimum wage.
Everyday is a struggle with the manipulation, cheating,mistreatment.
They manipulative numbers as have no reliable data to base their report or KPI' or even capable people to develop accurate reports and KPI's.
There is only their outdated way or no way.
Confusion on everything.
Don't ask don't tell policy.
Bribing people to leave the company quietly.
They are in non stop re-organization to cover their mistakes, wrong decision, their wrong doings customer's money mismanagement.
They bully employees with job security and no room to grow or move the company forward.
No one care to work with due diligence as their work is neve
Customer Service Representative | Burnaby, BC | 7 déc. 2019
well compensated, relative to the work and very very very good benefits
For the work (call-centre), the pay is quite good.
There are motivating performance-based raise structures and EXTREMELY enticing overtime initiatives. However the catch is you have to actually do the work, which is listening to other people's problems. The saving grace is that most people are reasonable with the exception of some: big babies who just like to whine about everything; utter imbeciles for whom there will just never be enough help in the world for; insane yelling people; drunken angry, or drunken creepy people; and then the loathsome, hateful passive-aggressive types who will suck your soul out by the vacuum of where theirs' should have been.
If you can handle this - and stay within the unexpectedly challenging productivity metrics - then you can probably be quite successful here as a productive and contributing part-timer or full-timer; or if you're effective and ambitious, you will have very good prospects with moving up in the ranks, and moving up quickly.
Speaking as an employee of this place for now over half a decade, I have seen many things and know (at least a little bit) about the inner workings of this strange yet wonderful place. I've noticed Indeed makes a point to mention here, not to include confidential company information - but c'mon.. this is a big three Canadian wireless provider we're talking about. Anyone who reads a newspaper will already know about this: there have been some significant budget cuts and trimming of the fat (*cough
Conseiller Affaire pour comptes majeurs | Saint-Laurent, QC | 2 août 2019
Loved my experience as a Rogers employee, learned a lot on myself.
Different type of training are available to develop your knowledge on the industry and on yourself. Lead without a title training is helping a lot on the way to become a positive leadier in your office and to be seen as is. Training about what type of work suits you the best and what type of environment has the best effect on your performance is also very effective. A lot of different challenges are met along the way and help everyone to become more versatile for future responsabilities in a future role. Changes are a permanent thing at Rogers and also in this industry of Telecom. Management presence is everywhere but they thrust people that are showing results. They are not there to show you how to do your work but very open minded and ready to help or answer questions. I have received personally many prices to let me know my performance was noticed and appreciated Tablets, I-Pad, radio system with speakers, prepaid credit cards.....etc, were type of prices that were offered when performance was noticeable. All the evenings that were organized to celebrate good numbers and performances from our team were always fun and very appreciated by the employees.
Typical day at work varies according to task and role you play
Could be lots of follow-up with customers you are negociating with to sign a new agreement. That task is taking lots of your time when you work in the retention department for example, even more with corporate or major accounts cause these custome
Technical Support Specialist | Toronto, ON | 27 mai 2020
Micro Managing, Redundancy, NO Part-Time Flexibility
COVID19 response by Rogers Communications was absolutely terrible. This company being one of 3 big tel-coms (monopoly) and it took them almost 2 months to get our teams to work-from-home. Meanwhile, the CEO likely had been home prior to. Pandemics only happen once every x amonut of years, and this is how they responded. Extremely slow, NO pay wage increase EVEN THOUGH NETWORK TRAFFIC INCREASED. Calls also increased during this time, so we were taking on more work AND dealing with outside stress, and yet none of that was considered.
I actually don't understand why it's considered a "part-time" job given you have to attend 5 days at (N) hours; mandatory. Shouldn't PT give your employees more flexibility to work and live? They ask for nearly FT dedication, yet don't give the FT wage or benefits.
There's really not much to learn in this position. You do the same things everyday for each call basically. For those who are more technically savvy, you won't want to stay in this position long. The answers given by leaders show that they aren't at all technical, they just went up in the ranks. Mine in particular is extremely condescending although the person is not smarter or better equipped than the other staff.
The staggering amount of employee KPI's are insane. You basically are stuck on that chair the minute you login, anything you do, you better have a reason for it. You literally have to say the right word in a particular instance rather than another.
The initial cla
Training Consultant | Brampton, ON | 17 juin 2014
A great company to work for.
I started off working in the call centre taking inbound calls from customers. I was responsible for answering inquiries about services and products, as well as entering work orders and providing world class customer service.
I then got promoted to the Quality Control division, where I would listen into calls and provide feedback, listing both strenghts and opportunities to representatives.
I then was got promoted to working in the Employee Discounts, which fell under the Finance Division. I was the Team Lead, with 8 reps reporting directly to me. The job entailed processing employee discount applications, along with running monthly audit reports to confirm compliance with products and discounts.
I eventually got a job as a training consultant in the Learning and Enabling Team in Brampton, back at the call centre. This role basically entailed being assigned 20 new hire reps, who had completed their official training. I then helped them integrate onto the phones and handle incoming calls. I was responsible for providing daily and weekly reports (stats, sales, phone compliance etc). I was also responsible for all letters of discipline (lates, absences, terminations, resignations etc. while working along side the HR department. I had to compile the stats and send them in an Excel spreadsheet with numbers to upper management. While assisting reps on the floor, I would take all their escalation calls, answer any questions and system issue errors as well as encouragi
Points positifsgreat benefits and working environment
Points négatifscall centre 24/7 therefore a lot of crazy shifts, work/life balance
Questions et réponses au sujet de l'entreprise Rogers Communications
What should you wear to an interview at Rogers Communications?
Posée le 29 mars 2017
Réponse du 10 févr. 2019
Although working here there is no dress code you want to dress to impress. So wouldn’t recommend jeans or anything causal. Ladies, dress pants and a dress shirt or cardigan/blazer. Men, dress pants and a dress shirt with a tie.
Réponse du 11 nov. 2018
Comment bien se préparer pour un entretien chez Rogers Communications?
Posée le 21 mars 2017
For CSR - if you have a call center or customer service experience, practice by doing role plays as if you are talking to customers. Make sure when doing the interview/role plays, you let the customer/s talk.
Réponse du 29 juin 2019
Definitely try to prove that you're good in sales, and customer service. Rogers is a very sales oriented company/
Réponse du 4 janv. 2018
Quels sont les horaires de travail chez Rogers Communications?
Posée le 18 mars 2017
24/7 365 days a year
Réponse du 18 juill. 2018
7 days a week. 32 hours a week.
sometimes offer OT
Réponse du 30 janv. 2018
What is the company culture at Rogers Communications Inc?
Posée le 29 mars 2017
Depends on your site, can be very coaching centric, or completely performance and number driven.
Réponse du 8 avr. 2018
It felt like a culture of demands and targets not of trust and assistance for customers
Réponse du 16 mars 2018
Why would you want to work at Rogers Communications?
Posée le 21 mars 2017
The people, the relationships
Réponse du 8 avr. 2018
This is ground zero for sales, you will learn a lot about yourself and other people.