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Part-Time Promotions Representative, Rogers Radio – new

Rogers Toronto

• Execute station events and on-site promotions, including set up of various signage, equipment, and driving of branded vehicles for 98.1 CHFI, KiSS… Rogers

24 days ago

Senior Recruitment Consultant

Rogers Toronto

The Senior Recruitment Consultant will support recruitment activity for our BRAND group. The role is based out of 333 Bloor with potential travel to… Rogers

10 days ago

Manager, Loyalty Program Development

Rogers Toronto

to further the RFR program. Two Main purposes of this position: 1) Support Rewards Catalog Development: • Ensure rewards are marketed to… Rogers

24 days ago

Radio Web Producer

Rogers Toronto

The Radio Web Producer, will work closely with the Digital Media Radio production team to develop and enhance Rogers Radio web properties and mobile… Rogers

12 days ago

Représentant des ventes en magasin

Rogers Montreal +3 locations

Rogers Vente au Détail recherche des conseillers aux ventes à temps partiel pour son populaire magasin du Complexe Desjardins. Nous sommes à la… Rogers

4 days ago

Administrative Coordinator, Rogers Radio

Rogers North Bay

• Scan and email Log Live Read Summaries sheets to traffic every weekday • Greet, assess & pro-actively respond to customers’ needs… Rogers

5 days ago

Manager, Digital Video Integration

Rogers Toronto

• Lead projects to centralize digital capabilities across all channels • Initiate and facilitate alignment meetings between stakeholders to… Rogers

4 days ago

Senior Analyst, Strategy

Rogers Toronto

The Senior Analyst will work within the Corporate Strategy Group and with business leads to help develop corporate and business unit strategy. The… Rogers

1 day ago

Evening Announcer, 91.7 The Bounce – new

Rogers Edmonton

• Host and produce an engaging and fun CHR evening show. • Share your authentic self. • Relate city, entertainment and world events to our… Rogers

4 hrs ago

Retail Assistant Store Manager - Carrefour – new

Rogers Laval

Fido Retail is seeking a Full-time, Assistant Store Manager who is enthusiastic about delivering a differentiated Sales & Service experience within… Rogers

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    Failed to deliver on their commitments to people and culture. Downward spiral.

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    Former Employee - Technical Lead  in  Brampton, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Technical Lead in Brampton, ON (Canada)

    I worked at Rogers Communications full-time for more than 3 years


    Salary and location; benefits; friendships, subsidized programs and cafeteria. Interesting work.


    Imported ITS leadership seriously lacking in respect for employees and Rogers values, none more evident than in Ecommerce. From great promise under great new leaders only 3 hers ago, one individual entered 2 years ago and has devastated the culture and innovation and creativity of a great group that did great work. Great people and leaders have been let go in what has become a fear based world of weekly political posturing by those quarterbacks and director level leaders who dont know the technology and do whatever they can to keep this one executive happy. The most destructive environment I was ever in. I don't recommend this place to anyone. The business is also unrealistic and whatever panic of the week is happening they are never happy, blaming ITS instead of their own lack of market leadership - always behind the competition then scrambling to catch up, Telus and Bell eating their customer base.

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    Face facts, Deal with bullies in executive management. It seems that if you push people around under the guise of 'delivery' dates that are set by people who don't have a clue about development, that you get promoted to SVP. Get rid of leaders who treat people well below Rogers expected minimal standards, and bring back the leaders who could deliver with respect and motivation allowing staff to be their best and most productive people. Shame on the executives who allow these bad leaders to continue. Guy Lawrence take a closer look at ITS, the wasted money, and the very poor executives, specially imports. Start solving the problem there.

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