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Rogers Communications Overview

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Toronto, ON (Canada)
10000+ employees
1960
Company - Public (RCI)
Telecommunications
£5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year
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    Pros

    Good work atmosphere and office location

    Cons

    Bureaucracy of a large organization and people protecting their "turf"

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Rogers Communications Photos

Rogers Communications photo of: Some of our team showing off their pride colours for Pride 2015
Rogers Communications photo of: The Rogers Building, the headquarter offices of Rogers Communications in Toronto (Photo attributed to SimonP - licensed under the CCL Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 & GFDL, version 1.2)
Rogers Communications photo of: Spend a day volunteering!
Rogers Communications photo of: Bob McCown on air!
Rogers Communications photo of: Another share space shot
Rogers Communications photo of: A quick huddle in the breakout room during onboarding
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Rogers Communications Interviews

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Getting an Interview

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    Senior Designer Interview

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    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Rogers Communications.

    Interview

    I was contacted on Christmas Eve for an application made a few weeks prior. The HR person apparently hadn't read my CV or cover latter and asked me a few questions that I covered extensively in there. I explained my situation again, which they failed to understand (I guess I didn't do a good job but it wasn't actually that complicated). Two phone calls later, they wanted to double check the timeline of the position whether it would be feasible to hire me. They said no, two months is two long after a day and I haven't heard form them again. Two months later, they're still looking...

    Interview Questions

    • Where are you at the moment?   1 Answer
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Rogers Communications Awards & Accolades

  • Canada's Top 100 Employers, Eluta, 2017
  • Greater Toronto's Top Employers, Eluta, 2017
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