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I have been working at Bezeq full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDoesn't RecommendNeutral Outlook
Flexible shifts, big organized company, lots of possible bonuses, possible ways to earn a raise or better position. Taxi on the house after 21 and in weekends. Payed initial course. Support and advice from the beginning.
Hard, soul consuming grinding work of telephony support with customers, SLA bezeq-consumers conflicts resolutions. Little possibilities of advancement and strong concurrence among many workers. Non flexible organization policies, cutting edges at software level of and removing helping tools from technical support staff. For example removing programs that help you manage customer routers and putting instead of software that is not versatile as it predecessor.
Advice to Management
Invest more resources in technical support tools, give remote management tools to every 166 agent not just the seniors. Improve your current software. Raise salaries of 166.
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As the largest telecom operator in Israel, Bezeq provides wired and wireless telephone and other communications services to consumer and business subscribers throughout the country; it has some 2.5 million landlines and about the same number or wireless accounts. Mobile services are delivered through cellular phone subsidiary Pelephone Communications. With about 1 million Internet users, the company is also Israel's top broadband ISP. Additionally, Bezeq serves about half a million satellite TV viewers with its YES brand through subsidiary DBS Satellite. The company's...