Rogers Communications Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Rogers Communications employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Rogers Communications has a diversity rating of 4.2.

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Does there seem to be diversity at Rogers Communications?

51 English reviews out of 51

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April 27, 2021

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

Reviewed by: Sales in Montreal, QC (Current Employee)

January 22, 2021

Pros

Good team and culture, diversity and inclusion, encouraging management

Cons

Growth within the team, salary does not match market

Good team and culture, diversity and inclusion, encouraging management

January 22, 2021

Reviewed by: Senior User Experience Designer in Toronto, ON (Former Employee)

December 2, 2020

Pros

Great benefits and actively working to improve inclusion and diversity.

Cons

They still have a lot of work to do in improving the work experience of persons with disabilities.

Advice to Management

Human Resources needs to change their culture. They need to actively support employees who request assistance.

Great benefits and actively working to improve inclusion and diversity.

December 2, 2020

Reviewed by: Senior Financial Analyst in Ottawa, ON (Former Employee)

April 3, 2020

Pros

Great leadership, awesome opportunities and inclusive culture.

Cons

There are no Cons to mention that isn't a part and parcel of corporates.

Advice to Management

NA

Great leadership, awesome opportunities and inclusive culture.

April 3, 2020

Reviewed by: Recruitment Consultant in Toronto, ON (Former Contractor)

January 19, 2021

Pros

It's one of the big 3 Telcos in Canada (known company).

Cons

Poor leadership, lack of investment in transformation and exploring forward thinking ideas, lack of diversity at the senior leadership level but plenty at the bottom. There is no professional development so if you aspire to take the next step in your career journey you are on your own. There's lots of waste and inefficient processes, tools and managers who do not know the business or how to manage/ support their team. Annually, there are too many terminations. Rogers does not retain talent and promote from within. Leadership disappears and pops up quarterly. They aren't involved at the working team level and so there are never any commitments from the leadership team. When they are organization changes, leadership is notorious for disappearing and employees are clueless about how changes impact them. Furthermore, there is no accountability at all. Everyone is blaming each other but no one wants to step up and own the success and delivery. They only show up when the works been done to get the credit. The morale of the teams and people have dropped tremendously and so many are looking for new opportunities.

Advice to Management

Stop filling seats and promote people who know the business and excel in their roles and responsibilities. Too many resource managers who do not know how to lead their team and understand the ins and outs of the business. We have PMO managers who never managed a project in their life and understand best practices and methodologies. Develop your employees. So many are enthusiastic about growing their skillsets and careers within the company but are not provided with opportunities to do so. Professional development is key to retaining talent. Stop wasting money on temporary solutions and work arounds and stop letting go the best talent. It's time to optimize your workforce, tools and systems. Invest in transformation and improving capabilities across the organization. Most importantly, the people who are doing the work are not recognized and valued. If you want to have a great culture and place to work, you must value your hardworking employees. Be honest and transparent. Look at what the market demands and be innovative and forward thinking and get it done. Don't wait! You are losing your competitive edge by not being innovative.

Poor leadership, lack of investment in transformation and exploring forward thinking ideas, lack of diversity at the senior leadership level but plenty at the bottom.

January 19, 2021

Reviewed by: Project Manager in Toronto, ON (Former Employee)

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