Bell is committed to a dynamic, inclusive, safe and healthy workplace for team members.
Our equitable workplace respects and values the contributions of all employees, and our policies support respectful accommodation in the workplace. We are committed to strict standards for workplace safety, equity and diversity, and provide office environments that promote collaboration and productivity. Our compensation policies reward achievement through a pay for performance culture and recognition programs for extraordinary effort.
Bell’s employee base grew modestly in 2012 as we continued to focus on our strategic imperative to create a more competitive cost structure, balanced with new hiring when required for innovative new services – for instance, the 2,750 team members added to deliver Fibe TV. we continue to limit executive hires – in fact, even with the addition of CTV, The Source and virgin mobile, we have fewer executives today than 5 years ago.
- Based on the latest company survey conducted in 2013, Bell has an overall employee engagement score of 70%, an increase of 4 percentage points over 2012 result.
- 77% of team members say they are proud to work for Bell.
- For the second straight year in 2012, Northwestel was honoured as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers, recognizing the excellence of its workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs, and its efforts to recruit and retain Aboriginal employees across its operating territory.
- Bell tops all other communications companies on the national ranking of Canada’s Top Campus Employers for 2012
- In 2012, we participated in 13 information sessions and 40 career fairs in Québec and Ontario, including events related to diversity and women.
- Over the last 4 years, Bell has made voluntary contributions to the defined benefit pension plan totalling $2.75 billion