Compare Metro by T-Mobile vs SureCall BETASee how SureCall vs. Metro by T-Mobile compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Metro by T-Mobile full-time for more than 3 years
Great benefits and extremely competitive compensation. Most of all I love the genuine support from the upper management. This is a company with a real focus on employee development.
The only negative is unless you're willing to relocate, direct promotions can be difficult because there is very little turnover.
Advice to Management
True advise, at least in this region, keep treating your employees like family and success will continue.
I worked at SureCall full-time for less than a year
There is a 15 minute shoulder massage once every other week.
The company has a fake front they put on to sound like they care about their team, but nothing could be further from the truth. They overwork their team on all levels, then pay minimum wage as... they are extremely stingy in only offering $0.50 extra for valuable bilingual agents or overnight shifts. Industry standard wage for call centers in Alberta is $18 to $20 an hour, and they only pay $15. You would have to work at least a year to get $1 raise. Benefits are almost non-existent with no coverage and only $800 health spending account for an entire year for one person, or $1,500 for a family which would barely cover one dental visit. You're looked down on and discriminated against for taking any sick days and they have no tolerance for even the most serious life or health situations interrupting your work life. Management is disorganized and dysfunctional acting like bully kids in a schoolyard picking on and shunning those they don't like. The culture is one of secrecy, lies, miscommunication, empty promises, hierarchy, it's a "members only club" where very few will ever be allowed into the "inner circle". Hard work is not appreciated or recognized, just expected. There is no way to succeed, only fail.
Advice to Management
Fire your leadership team, learn to communicate, stop deceiving your employees, actually care about others rather than pretending.