Rogers Communications Career Development FAQ

Read what Rogers Communications employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

Rogers Communications has a career opportunities rating of 3.6.

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April 15, 2021

How are the career development opportunities at Rogers Communications?

Pros

Great company culture, fantastic benefits package, managers are very understanding and fair when needing time off, lots of opportunities within the company

Cons

It seems like a lot of employees are very happy to continue working from home, but hearing from senior management, it seems like they would like to get employees back in the office ASAP

Great company culture, fantastic benefits package, managers are very understanding and fair when needing time off, lots of opportunities within the company

April 15, 2021

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January 5, 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at Rogers Communications?

Pros

Good entry level jobs with decent pay, amazing work environment, good employee/employer relations, all around professionalism, opportunity to grow within the company, good benefits

Cons

Could use more on the floor training instead of 4 weeks of classes

Good entry level jobs with decent pay, amazing work environment, good employee/employer relations, all around professionalism, opportunity to grow within the company, good benefits

January 5, 2020

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August 14, 2021

Does Rogers Communications have any mentoring programs?

Pros

- Great coaching and leadership (I've never had a bad boss) - Good benefits and consistent review process. - Modern office-space

Cons

- Large company (comes with large company drawbacks)

Great coaching and leadership (I've never had a bad boss)

August 14, 2021

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September 17, 2020

How are promotions handled at Rogers Communications?

Pros

Great work life balance. Good for new immigrants. Good work environment. Welcoming company culture. Great benefits. Great dental and pharmacy benefits. Rogers attracts talented co-workers. Lots of time available to imrpove your skill set, learn new skills. Lots of resources for personal development LinkedIn Learning, you can request for reimbursement of Udemy courses. on-site physician, nurse, chiropractor, massage therapist and nutritionist. Overall a great place to work if you are looking for slow growth in your career, or a place to be able to focus on your family life and work-life balance.

Cons

Little or no chance of advancement in career. I was far more experienced than my peers. I trained them, shared resources with them and helped improve internal processes significantly. There were no opportunities for promotions in my department. My manager has been in the same role for 15+ years. Their manager has been in the role for 15+ years. So I looked for lateral growth. Applied for similar roles in other teams at Rogers. I was asked to wait for my 12 month period to end. You cannot move internally during first 12 months. I waited. After 12 months were over, I applied for internal roles where I felt I was a good fit. No call, no interviews, no consideration. After applying for more than 12 roles at Rogers over 12 months, I only landed one interview. I have an MBA Finance, sucks that in a company of 20,000+ I do not have an opportunity to grow. Will keep applying for internal roles. Have seen three brilliant, sharp team members resign over the past 12 months. Why? Why couldn't you retain them? Pay is not at par with market rates. Other employers pay higher for the same roles. However, other employers do not provide same level of benefits, programs, facilities.

Advice to Management

You should have a mandatory internal relocation policy for employees who have been in the same role for more than 5 years. You attract fantastic talent but fail to retain them for longer than 2 years. Because they have no growth path. A mandatory internal relocation policy would create space for learning, growth and retention.

There were no opportunities for promotions in my department.

September 17, 2020

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June 15, 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at Rogers Communications?

Pros

Good benefits, easy workload, training is great

Cons

Pay, hours, management can be hard to deal with

Good benefits, easy workload, training is great

June 15, 2021

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