I applied through college or university and interviewed at Bell Canada.
Interview Details – The hiring process was 1st round by phone, 2nd round face to face.
Reason for Declining – The company wasnt really about leadership as I envisaged. The interviewers were boring, monotonous, and some of the questions were taken right off the internet, and didnt really have substance.
I applied online - interviewed at Bell Canada in October 2012.
Interview Details – Apply online and got a email a day later to set up a phone interview. The phone interview was basically question about our education background and computer skills and then they set up a face to face interview two days later. You need to sign in at the security and someone will show your the offices and facility they have. Then you will have to answer some general question in a computer and they math/english test and a panel interview with two people. They will ask all behavious questions and finally a case study about you cut cost by 18% in a recession.
Interview Question – three wishes Answer Question
Interviewed at Bell Canada
Interview Details – First round interview for a co-opposition. Most of the questions were behavioral and situational. It was a standard interview, nothing out of the ordinary. just be confident and well prepared.
Interview Question – Tell me of a time when you think outside of the box in a non-academic environment Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 7+ weeks - interviewed at Bell Canada in October 2012.
Interview Details –
Employee Referral based opportunity. Listed below are the steps in the process:
- Met with the hiring Manager and was asked about prior experience and knowledge of systems and learning aptitude. In addition was explained the role at a high level
- Met Director
- Received an offer
- Negotiated the offer
- Obtained revised offer and Accepted
Interview Question – Give an example from prior experiences of dealing with a difficult situation. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I highlighted my credentials and the importance of making a committment to the organization and eventually obtained a revised acceptable offer (FYI...I was told this was very uncommon to get a revised offer from the hiring manager)
I applied online and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Bell Canada in October 2012.
Interview Details – initial phone interview to determine eligibility. Questions such as when you are available to start and shifts you are able to take. If chosen they send you through e-mail a communication and virtual customer service test. Communication assessment requires a landline and takes about 20 mins ditto for the on-line virtual customer service test. The test determines your typing skills, and it is multiple choice format. You are the customer service agent and you need to finish a call from start to finish. When done you call in that you are done. Then they call you and if selected arrange another phone interview. Second interview was mostly behavioural type questions. The recruiter sent me an already used test number so I had to call it in (more time lost). After the second phone interview the lady said. If you are selected than you get a call for face to face interview if not we will e-mail you. You should have an answer in 24-48 hrs. I waited. After 48 hours I called leaving a message that I had not received a call nor an-email. So frustrating! Finally, I received an e-mail. They seemed a little disorganized and so maybe it is a good thing I do not work for them!
Interview Question – What do you think is an appropriate amount of days off an agent should have for the year and what reasons would a person have to have those days off? View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and the process took a day - interviewed at Bell Canada in October 2012.
Interview Details – I was referred by someone I met in a networking event and got a short interview 3 days after applying. It mainly evolved around what software you know and how advanced you rate yourself, how comfortable you are getting revisions for your work. She also makes sure that you realize this is unpaid and requires minimum 3 months of commitment, then I got an appointment in the main office. The second interview was a mix of questionair filling and one on one interviews. The first part is behavioral but can get difficult as they ask all sorts of questions,keep an open mind and don't be surprised. Then You get a very vague case where you have to help a company cut costs by 18% in a month. This is the part I didn't really do well as I did not have much time preparing for it mainly because I spent most of the 15 minutes I had answering questions on a laptop. Your manager will also come in the room and ask you a few questions while you present the case and after that.
Interview Question – You see a colleague cutting corners, what will you do? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Bell Canada in October 2012.
Interview Details – One interview with multiple interviewee's.
Interview Question – Questions on networking and specific I.T information that is only known if you have memorized it. Answer Question
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Bell Canada in September 2012.
Interview Details – Had a phone interview first, lady was really nice, when it came around to my interview in the store the managers were in call so I had to kill half an hour. Came back was taken into the back room with THREE people, the manager was very serious and seemed to take the whole thing VERY serious and was rude.
Interview Question – Asked to sell a phone Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Bell Canada in September 2012.
Interview Details – Hiring was through a recruitement service and initial interview was over the phone, face to face interview with the employer was brief
Interview Question – I found it the easiest interview of my career Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation phase, was dealt through the recruitement agency
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Bell Canada.
Interview Details – The interview process was 3 hours long. It constitutes answering some behavioral questions online and it can be mentally exhausting. There has to be consistency in your answers because if there none, they are quick to see it and it does not make a good impression. Obviously, your behavioral answers should match Bell's corporate culture.
Interview Question – If you were given three wishes by a genie, what would you ask for? Answer Question
Pros: “Bell takes it upon themselves to focus on the training and success of each employee individually. There is an equal playing ground for all participants with the opportunity to advance IF you really want it. They have a wonderful training program that equips their employers with the key…” – Full Review
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