- IntelCell raised its minimum hourly wage from $13.10 to $15 for its employees across Quebec.
- The new wage has already gone into effect.
- Employees are celebrating the update.
The Canadian telecommunications company IntelCell has raised its minimum hourly wage from $13.10 to $15.
The leadership team announced that the increased pay has already gone into effect. IntelCell currently employs 40 people across Quebec.
The announcement comes as an effort to improve employee living standards which, like most businesses, have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
IntelCell is a company owned and run by TripleOne, the decentralized company that allows users from across the world to come together and make decisions on investment and management.
IntelCell’s Mission & Company Culture
The business is dedicated to providing top-notch customer care and recently launched home repairs as a way to help the social distancing efforts of its community.
IntelCell is known for its premium customer care, with agents readily available to help, and for having premium protection that allows for repairs as a result of drops and liquid spills.
One of the company’s main goals is to adapt to customer demand and to offer ample data packages that allow customers to work on the go without worrying about hitting their limit.
The company’s customers range from entrepreneurs and independent business owners to students, homemakers, and more. IntelCell has been hailed as one of the most progressive telecommunications companies due to their pursuit of technological innovation and making the latest devices accessible at competitive prices.