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BCE Inc., formerly Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., is a publicly traded Canadian holding company for Bell MTS Inc. and the Bell Canada group of companies, which includes various mass media assets under its subsidiary Bell Media Inc. Founded through a corporate reorganization in 1983 when Bell Canada, Northern Telecom, and other related companies all became subsidiaries of Bell Canada Enterprises Inc., BCE Inc. is one of Canada's largest corporations. The company is headquartered at 1 Carrefour Alexander-Graham-Bell in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Susan Krashinsky from The Globe and Mail mentioned how Bell must pay a $1.25-million penalty for fake reviews, "BCE Inc. has agreed to pay a $1.25-million penalty after the company's staffers wrote online reviews of Bell products and services without disclosing their ties to Bell. It is the first penalty of its kind imposed by the Competition Bureau in response to deceptive online reviews."


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PrePress Operator (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed the work because I was at my own pace, but for the past few years it had become stressful due to people being fearful that they would not have enough work to do for a full day. The management did not know what the workers were doing most of the time, just that they got the work done that was needed with a excellent degree of accuracy. The hardest part of the job for me, was dealing with a difficult co-worker. I felt we did not work well together as a team. It was every man for him/herself. I did enjoy most of my other co-workers and the majority of the people were pleasant and very helpful when I needed any kind of help. Cons: no lunch break, stressful, favoritism shown to some workers, a lot of family (wife, kids, parents) "helped" out."

Impiegato tecnico responsabile qualità 5°liv (Former Employee) says

"Continui contrasti familiari per la gestione dell'azienda, Cons: continue tensioni interne, liti tra familiari che finiscono per coinvolgere i collaboratori"

ajudante geral dos eventos (Former Employee) says

"uma empresa sem a carteira assinada. Cons: não tem refeição no local"

Specialty printing assosciate (Former Employee) says

"Far to little pay $9 an hour for a trade job on top of the hours they would force you to work 12+ hours a day because they were unable to budget order processing times"

Senior Manager (Former Employee) says

"Used to be a great company but would not recommend to work there since company is now very political. Used to encourage employees to grow their career where you could learn many things. However culture has changed."

CNC-Dreher (Former Employee) says

"Bin damals 300km von Zuhause weit weg umgezogen für diese Arbeitsstelle"

BCE Student (Former Employee) says

"Normally, every morning I would write down when I got there, and when I will leave. Then, I would be responsible for all the phone calls. I would also make copies as needed and do whatever anyone in the office would ask me to do. Cons: People take advantage of you"

Electrician (Current Employee) says

"BCE has a lot of work in the Sacramento valley area, so they can keep you busy. The downside is that you are not completely compensated for your experience or technical knowledge. Cons: Low wages"

Electrician (Former Employee) says

"Nothing to get my passion stiring or nothing. This place is really mundane.It was just a place for me to earn my 8 hours that's it nothing special. OK."

Billings Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"Processing orders for billing and making sure the accuracy of the billing was 100%. Always maintaining my billing period. Helping with overflow and verifying with service reps about changes to clients accounts. Cons: shifts"

Tutor (Current Employee) says

"The staff are more than hospitable and the environment is very friendly.The work has its challenges but is very rewarding. The students are very diverse and often friendly. Cons: lots of home work"

Support Tutor (Former Employee) says

"I enjoyed my time working at BCE as it was a friendly and respectful environment to work in. Management would do their best to make work easy but still set tasks that are challenging enough to ensure the job is done effectively. All my co workers were great and I learnt how to interact with different people everyday from all walks of life. The hardest part of the job was keeping learners with learning difficulties engaged. This forced me to re-evaluate my teaching methods which made me learn new skills. The most enjoyable part about the job was seeing the learners excited when they learnt something new. Cons: Lack of resources"

Senior Project Manager (Former Employee) says

"My tenure ended as Bell was vying for OTPF's attention and non-hostile takeover. It never happened. Cons: low wages"


"I worked at BCE Cons: Very low employee morale. High turnover. Militaristic corporate culture. Managers promoted on basis of years of service and not on merit."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at BCE full-time for more than 3 years Cons: No room to advance, management is ignorant. Senior employees are not competent but only taking credits from others that is all they do. No job security even though it is a big company, doing a good job is not important, but please your managers are. You have to do whatever to make your managers happy even not good for the company. The senior the position, the more sever the situation like this. It has secretive culture that requires you to report everything you hear about other employees; other employees will do the same on you. Not a healthy environment for a professional career."

Current Employee - Business Analyst says

"I have been working at BCE full-time for more than a year Cons: poor work life balance and poor support from executives"

Former Employee - Senior Finance Manager says

"I worked at BCE full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Very political environment Nepotism Generally the higher up you are the worse you treat employments Insane work life balance Lack of appreciation and compensation Promotions do not make sense New executive team doesn't care about employees Directors have little say on opportunities for Senior managers Senior managers have little say on how to develop their team Compensation not reflective of teams development... e.g. new hires make way more than CPAs who have been their for a while Efforts are never enough-"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at BCE part-time for less than a year Cons: nothing such as of now"


"I worked at BCE Cons: lots of cost saving and outsourcing"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at BCE full-time for more than 5 years Cons: - Little opportunity for advancement - Frequent management changes - Difficult to negotiate compensation increases"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at BCE full-time Cons: Inflexible schedules, hard to maintain work life balance. New management is oblivious and does not care. Current environment is like the army, breaks are timed to the minute. Management does not trust employees and look for all types of reasons for write ups. Professionals are treated like children. 8 Management colleagues have left so far under the current director, as they are looking for sheep not thinkers and innovators. Very difficult to get external training approved. Once a certain level is reached advancement is NIL."


"I worked at BCE Cons: They pay 100/day to those contract position and want you to work over 10 hours."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at BCE full-time Cons: They took away the benefit of working from home, expected to log on after work hours from home to continue your working, Tier C responsibility over the years have become Tier D responsibilities without the salary, bad management especially in Finance BBM, bad when you are in Quebec and your boss is in Ontario."

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