The break area was really nice. The breakfast burritos were great!
Customer Service /Technical Support (Former Employee), Tempe, AZ – July 10, 2014
Cons: very low pay, metrics were very difficult to keep
Inbound call center technical support for Bel Canada,an internet service provider. Our customers were in Ontario and Quebec. Sales were included. To be honest, I did not like working here. Training was fun. There really wasn't a job culture. Most other employees there didn't like working their either. There was a very high turn around rate. Even if – more... you fixed a customers issue, if you did not make a sale (upgrade internet speed for example), the call was an automatic fail. Very discouraging. I never saw anyone get promoted while I was there. I did enjoy the cook in the break area. I liked going on breaks and chatting with other employees. As always, I love it when I fixed a customers problem and they were filled with joy and relief was a part of the job I enjoyed. – less
Teacher Assistant (Former Employee), New York, NY – May 24, 2014
BELL is a workplace where the day is divided into two parts, the first part is the educational part and the second is the fun part of the day. As a tutor I helped the teacher with the children. I helped with their work. During the second part of the day I took the kids to the different activities that they were scheduled for and I took part of them – more... as well. – less
IT Intern (Former Employee), Winston-Salem, NC – December 26, 2013
Being the previous IT intern for Bell, Davis & Pitt, I was instructed, but also assisted in handling various technical support/help desk operations. Tasks which included desktop/laptop support, OS support, e-mail exchange support, networking and LAN/WAN equipment maintenance. During my internship at Bell, Davis & Pitt, I couldn't have asked for a more – more... enjoyable place to work and to learn. The management, staff, and my co-workers were very easy to work with. I would certainly recommend employment at Bell, Davis & Pitt to someone else. – less
Subrogation specialist (Former Employee), Tampa, FL – October 16, 2013
Pros: incentives for making goal.
Cons: no job advancement.
Contacting new and maintaining good rapports with existing consumers. Contacting DMV offices in various states to request driver licenses to be suspended. I learned that companies have the right to request drivers license to be suspended if a consumer does not have the proper insurance on an automobile that is required by state laws. Management was – more... phenomenonal at supporting good decisions and allowing employees to make their own decisions on a case to case basis.All co-workers were good people on and off the collections floor. The hardest part of my job was not being able to suspend license in all states. I enjoyed being around good people. – less
Mtn trade partner, calabar (Former Employee), ikom local government in cross river state – June 20, 2013
Cons: no healthcare
very productive in sales how to make my customers leaving with smiling faces management is impressive good to work with going against the company pollicies the most enjoyable part of the job is the increase in profit and less lost of fund