Rogers Communications Culture FAQ

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Rogers Communications has a culture and values rating of 3.8.

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July 16, 2019

How do employees feel about Rogers Communications's hiring practices regarding hiring without bias?

Pros

Good paymasters and stressfree, Freedon at work

Cons

No growth path, Biased Middle management, unfair

No growth path, Biased Middle management, unfair

July 16, 2019

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July 10, 2019

What are some insights into the application process at Rogers Communications?

Pros

Top notch work support from Management. Plenty of social functions and events for staff to attend. There's always food bi-weekly or so for staff. Good commissions depending on what brand you're working for. Good health and dental coverage and benefits. Inexpensive Group Employee MSP payments. Life Insurance and Stock options (my advice is to sign up for those immediately when you start, they're tremendous worthwhile savings, after I left, I survived on those for 3 months.)

Cons

No clear, concise route to advance to other departments because their call centers are always understaffed as there is high staff turnover! I got the sense that growth was on paper encouraged, but throttled because staff don't stay for too long in the call center and management want to retain staff as much as possible. Tech Jobs are centralized only to head office in Toronto and they're somewhat reluctant to move some jobs to BC, specifically, Big Data, Cloud( AWS) and DevOps. No offer was made to assist in moving to Toronto if that was the case, in any case some of these jobs can be done remotely, so it doesn't make sense at all. The Rogers Employee Discount is selective and not guaranteed. Don't bother applying for it, if you're on contract with one of their brands before joining them and have a fair deal. You will navigate a labyrinth of red tape and denials every time you apply for it. After 3 attempts, I gave up, every time I got a different response why I couldn't be eligible and was flummoxed why this wasn't just mentioned as a whole, with the initial application.

Advice to Management

I think if employees are interested in advancing within the corporation, it is at the behest of the company, to at least be interested in investing in their human capital. After all, the employee's growth is in direct correlation to the company's own market performance. Especially, if it pertains to crucial new technologies that are impacting data focused companies such as Rogers! It wouldn't hurt to have some sort of achievement based scholarship opportunities for employees interested in attaining market related certifications and conditional paid study time if the employee shows significant achievements with the exams. Also, there should be a clear concise route for them to be able to follow with encouraged support. Tech jobs are very fluid and in this day and age of technology, cannot be centered to a specific region. Regardless, if an employee is willing to relocate, it should be encouraged and supported and not given "maybes" and "we working on bringing such jobs to BC" etc. It can be done remotely. Big Data, DevOps and Cloud computing are some of the most sort after skills for Data Focused companies and it's astounding that for in market skills like that, the company is sluggish about employees who are keen to develop those skills and contribute to their company.

After 3 attempts, I gave up, every time I got a different response why I couldn't be eligible and was flummoxed why this wasn't just mentioned as a whole, with the initial application.

July 10, 2019

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April 27, 2021

What is the company culture like at Rogers Communications?

Pros

There is a lot of overtime and the coworkers are nice, good health life benefits, nice culture and promoting diversity , discount is nice (50% off services ) and third party discounts for gym, apple, car insurance and a lot more etc. training is paid and good

Cons

management dont care about how they treat you when you are a frontline worker, always makin excuses, they are not afraid to lay off anyone because they keep hiring all the time, employees are not treated very well if you work in the frontline (bad salary increase and variable pay bonus) stressful as performance is always monitored and it is severe and annoying

Advice to Management

To keep your employees you should be fair on performance rating as it affects their wage and also do events instead of skipping christmas party every year to buyout a other sub companies we know you have money

There is a lot of overtime and the coworkers are nice, good health life benefits, nice culture and promoting diversity , discount is nice (50% off services ) and third party discounts for gym, apple, car insurance and a lot more etc.

April 27, 2021

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January 26, 2021

How was the interview at Rogers Communications?

Pros

-great team and pay is good

Cons

- took long time for interview process

took long time for interview process

January 26, 2021

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January 21, 2021

What is the hiring process like at Rogers Communications?

Pros

- The recruitment process was very interactive and fun! Everyone is so welcoming

Cons

- there is really no con

The recruitment process was very interactive and fun!

January 21, 2021

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