Cincinnati Bell

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Headquarters Cincinnati, OH
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (CBB)
Industry Telecommunications
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Verizon, AT&T, Sprint

Cincinnati Bell rings for Bengals and Bearcats, Musketeers, and even the Reds. The company provides local phone services through its Cincinnati Bell Telephone subsidiary to residential and business customers in southwestern Ohio, northern Kentucky, and eastern Indiana. It has been the incumbent local-exchange carrier (ILEC) for greater Cincinnati since the 1870s, and it operates in other areas as a competitive local-exchange carrier (CLEC), providing voice and data services through its own networks, as well as through agreements with other carriers. Cincinnati Bell also... More

Working at Cincinnati Bell

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Employees say it's “OK”   70 ratings

2.8

67% Approve of the CEO   9 ratings

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Ted Torbeck

President & CEO

Most people have to work for a living, this is a great place to do it...

  Current Employee in Cincinnati, OH

Pros: Great pay.Work-life balance is great! People are the best part of the work day. Many opportunities for additional training, but seldom used. Customer still seems to be top of mind for everyone involved. Overall a great place to work. Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Reviewed May 13, 2014

Interview Details – Was referred position by a recruiter. I came in for one interview, and interviewed with the operations assistant controller and controller. I was originally not offered the position because someone who knew an executive was also interviewing. I was informed of this after that person turned down…Full Interview

Interview Question:
Most questions were situational. 'Tell me a time when..." There wasn't much just general conversation, but this is understandable since I only had one interview. Answer Question

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