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"Stable company where one can retire"

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Former Employee - Senior Project Manager in Madrid (Spain)
Former Employee - Senior Project Manager in Madrid (Spain)
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Pros

Its a good place to have jos stability, they have a no firing policy that gives the people qorking there a sensation of security. If you are working for any of the branches like TID or Telefonica DATA, the mother company always serves as a backup when it comes to resources.

Cons

Very burocratic place. Many of the people working for this company are coming form the times when telefonica was a goverment enterprise, this creates a bit of lacking when it comes to the resources in the company, many of these old employes do not try to grow with the current business needs in the telecom sector.

Advice to Management

More transparency when it comes to job postings and senior desitions.

Other Employee Reviews for Telefónica

  1. Helpful (1)

    "Could do better, but great money for the role."

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    Current Employee - Business Customer Services Call Centre Agent in Leeds, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Business Customer Services Call Centre Agent in Leeds, England (UK)
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Great remuneration for the job. Some flexibility after some time. Great perks. They do have an opt in pension plan, dental care etc. However this does mean that you need to add in some of your own money every month. The O2 phone benefits are obviously great, and since I left they now have great internet benefits.

    Cons

    Poor chances of promotion. If you do well on the call centre part, they dont want to give you away. Yet if you dont do well, you cant get that promotion. They poorly explain what options you have to get out of the department you are in. Indeed trying to get the departments to talk to each other, and talk about what they do to get that transparency was never possible.

    Advice to Management

    You NEED to work hard making sure people get their breaks, and are each person is treated like a person, rather than a one size fits all policy of training.


  2. Helpful (1)

    "Twisted"

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    Current Employee - Xxx in Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)
    Current Employee - Xxx in Dublin, Co. Dublin (Ireland)
    Doesn't Recommend
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Good workmates within your own group who make the job a little easier.

    Cons

    Management planning things without telling employees until the very last minute. Announcing the outsourcing of the whole ~Technology Department at the earliest point in the process shows that tehy were planning it for the previous 3 years.

    Advice to Management

    The motto of being bold, open, clear, and trusted needs to be reconsidered, as some of the issues raised in the last 14 months would show that management don't follow the same standards that are expected of their employees.

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