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Average Salary For Customer Service Representative (CSR) at Bell Canada

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Updated: 14 Oct 2014
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Customer Service Representative (CSR) at Bell Canada Average Salary (?
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C$23,447 - C$44,076
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MEDIAN: C$1,997
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Compare Employers: Customer Service Representative (CSR) at Bell Canada

Bell Canada Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) National Money Mart
Compensation
Hourly Rate
C$11.40 - C$20.02
C$11.69 - C$16.66
C$10.09 - C$15.39
Total Pay
C$23,447 - C$44,076
C$24,429 - C$35,008
C$20,982 - C$32,016
     
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Vacation Weeks 2.4 Weeks 2.6 Weeks 1.4 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
3 reporting
60%
2 reporting
40%
22 reporting
71%
9 reporting
29%
7 reporting
88%
1 reporting
12%
Years Experience Breakdown unavailable
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Popular Perks unavailable Paid holidays & vacation, Company pension plan, Stock purchase plan unavailable

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