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Telenet Group is the largest provider of cable broadband services in Belgium. Its business comprises the provision of analog and digital cable television, fixed and mobile telephone services, primarily to residential customers in Flanders and Brussels. In addition, Telenet offers services to business customers all across Belgium and in Luxembourg under its brand Telenet Solutions.

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Former Employee - Manager says

"B2C rules with the law of fear. Not open to change and string culture of "i am perfecto so nothing to change" is imposed. B2B is the complete opposite. Open to changes and even more they stimulate new ideas. Great B2B management in comparison to a heavily oriented nepotism in B2C"

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"Managment need to be more respectful"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Hierarchical company though they are trying to go agile."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"* Tasks are splitted up and often people are not aware who is doing the next/previous task. It is not stimulated to get information in the other team. * Different culture between Telenet and (previous) Base employees, integration is still ongoing."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"less salary. no caree in this company.."

Call Center Agent (Current Employee) says

"Full of rehabers and the same rules do not apply to everyone. Very unfair company and management. They suck most of the supervisors suck. Full of junkies in rehab.Fixed 8-5 schedule Weekends offEverything else"

All i know is i was just making calls (Former Employee) says

"Axiom lied to get me in the door. Rushed me to sign papers and do drug test, but don't get you any orientation before hand. Management is bad. Class time they tell you that you will have All the support you need once on the floor. Then no help to be found. Everybody sending out emails but no one around. I would not suggest this job to anyone.No Pros....Awful placeNo cons. Dont even supply free tea!"

Telemarketer (Former Employee) says

"They train you for 3 days only, then throw you out on the floor to fend for yourself without fully knowing what you're doing. If you have problems or questions, they are not helpful at all. They set you up for failure."

Lead Developer representative (Former Employee) says

"It’s an entry level job and strict time management. Biggest problem is the supervisors have no connection to the HR. Supervisor says your doing great and keep up the good work. Then you get a message from HR, saying “don’t report to work, your assignment is over at night. Rather than confer with you face to face. Pretty downright sneaky. Bottom line the right hand has no clue what the left hand is doing, turnover rate is extremely high.Fast paced environmentShort training, supervisor and HR dept communicatio is non existent, high turnover"

Marketing Communications Specialist (Former Employee) says

"working from 8-5 monday thru friday sometimes overtime. outbound call center, required to make atleast 150 calls a day, 30 minute paid break 30 minute lunch break"

Marketing Associate (Former Employee) says

"Overall bad place to work and no one there cares whether or not you have a family to take care of. They are only out for themselves and what benefits that you can bring to their company."

MCS (Former Employee) says

"I worked here for only a month and it is true they do fire you for everything. They really don't care about people . My supervisor was so disrespectful and enjoyed humiliating people. If anyone is thinking about going to work there don't. If you see a job add about an outbound call position don't do it. I wasted my time. They would not work with me or help me improve they figured I would do it on my own but in actuality I had no formal training because they do not provide the right training . So Telenet if you are reading this invest your time in people and maybe they will stay if you don't treat them like an item and actually treat them like a real person people would stay.NothingEverything"

Mcs1 (Former Employee) says

"tell him that is the worst company ever work for. They promise you advancement so I promise you razors and never follow up with any of the promises that they give. The average they keep their employees is about three months. They promised advancement and never advance you. They promise of if you need time off they will give it to you they will not. The only benefit for this job is that it is a 8 to 5 job Monday through Friday and the weekends off, but you cannot be one minute late if you are one minute late after five they penalize you for it there's no leniency. I work for this company for three months traveled 45 miles one way worked from eight in the morning till 5 to 6 some times and did not get any recognition or advance and pay.Off on the weekendsyou fill be fired if you do the smallest thing wrong"

telemarketer (Former Employee) says

"You will be expected to provide doctor's notes when out. If you do not annoy enough high end executives into speaking with you on behalf of their client expect to get notified in a voicemail not to return. If you are not by nature pushy and annoying, or if you wish to maintain an iota of dignity stay away. Is being notified that you are fired two minutes before close of business too much of a courtesy to expect? If you have any self respect, stay away. It seemed for a while that they valued their people. If you are too good to be treated like a piece of garbage stay away.good at pretending to value human beingsnot really valuing human beings"

Marketing Communications Specialist (Current Employee) says

"Easy to get hired and easy to get fired. I have seen so many people come in go its sad. They are unrealistic in their expectations and when you meet or exceed expectations they show no appreciation. Be prepared for every second of every day to be monitored because they have no faith or trust in the people they employIts a jobEverything else"

Telemarketer (Former Employee) says

"In retrospect it seems like a great place to work for. The pay is not bad, above minimum wage and the hours are a steady 8-5 M-F. After a week or so you soon realize that they are bringing in more people then you actually see staying. The turn over rate is atrocious in comparison to the actual amount of people that stay employed for longer then 3 months. The Management is a joke all together save for a small select few that actually care, the rest base your "permanent" employment solely on weather or not they like you. If it is decided they do not like you then they monitor your every move waiting for the opportunity to send you home or fire you. If you are resilient and weave your way around this constant monitoring they will eventually just make up a story to fire you and when you try to fight this they throw some line out about how you are a temp worker and at this point they see no reason to keep you on as an employee.The business practices of this place are a joke and the treatment of the employees is worse. They use Staffing agencies to turn people in and out so quickly you hardly have a chance to learn the peoples names around you.Now don't get me wrong there are a few people that have actually managed to dig there heels in and stay longer then the average Joe but even they will tell you it is an incredibly stressful job and the managers don't do anything to make the job easier.The Managers are encouraged to badger the employees to push out production and numbers and pick out the "weak" links.This could actually be an amazing place to work but there would have toabove minumum wagemanagement and business practice"

Marketing Communication Specialist (Current Employee) says

"I would have preferred to work somewhere, where employees are appreciated and well compensated for the work they do. management needs to get on the same page."

Marketing Communication Specialist (Current Employee) says

"If you live in the Athens area need cash and have a good phone voice then ok this will do. The company made 54 million last year but pay $9 to start and after about a year you can earn $13.75 per hour. The prize give aways are insulting. You can generate a $20 Grand sales lead and you get a $1 georgia lottery scratch off ticket. If they run out of tickets they were giving snack packs of jello puddung and ritz bitz crackers. To spin the prize wheel you must get a lead and your name is put into a box with about 300 OTHER people spread across 3 buildings. The top prize on the wheel has been $5 gift cards. Occasionally they will throw in low end hp tablets but its rare. The training on products is good but in the end you realize its a dead end job as a mcs. Its telemarketing with lists provided by dell and hp but its all cold calls. And the people you reach are tired of getting myltiple calls each week selling hifh end IT hardware or IT services.steady payshort breaks no commision, they monitor your facebook acct if you are on break"

Marketing Communication Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Strictest place I've ever worked. Your expected to call call call and work thru lists just to get number of dials up. Morale is terrible and you can tell nobody wants to be there. Pay is poor but we do the work because the economy is still bad. Supervisors play favorites and look the other way when certain people break the rules. They management team is segrated from us on the phones and act like their too good to talk to us. They hire everybody thru temp agencies cause employee turnover is so high and also so they dont have to give us any benefits.nothingeverything"

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"It’s a job that’s about it! Get leads from if you they harass you, with emails and write ups ect..... It’s wasn’t for at all hated but like I said it was a job!!"

Marketing Communications Specialist (Former Employee) says

"The hours were great however I agree with every other rating posted under two stars. THIS JOB IS STRICTLY SALES!!! I am a customer service representative, not a salesmen. I was actually sought out by a temp agency and hired through them. The entire experience was the worst I've experienced yet. The training was completely inadequate in every way. I received all of 3 days training (possibly less), then I was paired with a admin that did not even make any calls or guide me in any direction. I repeatedly expressed my concern and was not considered. I eventually got a great supervisor but within 2 weeks time I was switched to a horrible one. The first day of training with her we were told "Do not come to my desk and ask questions!". At that point I was completely done. Even after talking to fellow supervisors I found no relief. Honestly only a IT tech should work here, considering that you are not trained worth anything! The money is just not worth the embarrassing and degrading position your placed in.Full time scheduleEverything else"

Marketing Communication (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work consists of dialing all day and only talking to clients over the phone. Our main goal is to get leads that keep the business afloat. Management does not provide any positive feedback or moral for the employees. However, my co-workers provide moral support and positive thoughts throughout the day in order to make a working day complete. The hardest part of this job is sitting down all day and saving break time for emergencies. The most enjoyable part of the job is talking to clients and laughing at the ones which give you a hard time on the phone. Since working for this company, I put myself through school and earned an Associate's degree in Information Technology.meeting new people and networkingno benefits or incentives"

Qulity Assurance Specialist (Former Employee) says

"Lots of issues with management. No direction, no "personal touch", no insight into the terrible morale of the staff. The management is very aloof and cold, with little to no emphasis on the team itself. Purely numbers based and cripplingly micro-managed.standard business hoursterrible job security, poor management"

Business Development Representative (Former Employee) says

"This is not a job that encourages you to grow but just to follow a sheet of paper. They don't reward hard work, and you will only get promoted if you in with the cool crowd. I was harassed for manspreading, and they will side with a higher producer in any argument.paychecksoul crushing work"

Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"They company is very unorganized and management is very rude. Not nice people to work for. The job is fairly easy and hours are good but I wouldn’t recommend itThe people working with youRude management, unorganized staff"

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