Reviews about Pay & Benefits for Client Advisor at BT
good place to work
Customer Adviser (Former Employee) – Lancaster – 28 November 2017
was a nice place to work and the pay was great just wasnt the job for me. the benefits wher amazing and the staff where great people i just didnt enjoy being on the phone all day i couldnt handle the stress
Customer Advisor (Current Employee) – Swansea – 24 October 2016
Overall the company was good to work for at the start. Then the more people the company was recruiting the worse they were at looking after their employees. I also think that it is turning into more of a call centre than helping customers. I do not wish to work in a call centre as busy as it was.
Customer Advisor (Former Employee) – West Bromwich, ENG – 17 August 2015
Worked through Manpower for BT. You have to be there 18 months with BT before you will be considered for a BT contract. Very easy to be out the door if not BT staff. They do try to keep it fun, charity events, food fridays etc. Load of complaints have to be dealt with on that line.
How much does a Client Advisor make at BT in the United Kingdom?
Average BT Client Advisor yearly pay in the United Kingdom is approximately £18,853, which is 10% above the national average.
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