Brad and Bella’s story


December 14, 2018

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There’s nothing quite like the excitement of securing your first job—and the experience was no less satisfying for Brad, 27 and Bella, 23. The dynamic duo has been bursting with enthusiasm ever since they began their careers with Telstra.

For almost two years, Brad and Bella have been dedicated and reliable employees at the company’s flagship Melbourne store.

“Getting the call to say I got the job was a very happy feeling for me,” Brad said.

“I told them I was going to do the best I could, and so far, I’ve been keeping my promise.”

Supporting the sales team by stocking shelves with new deliveries and keeping the innovative “touch tables” spotless and ready for interactivity, Brad and Bella are integral to a seamless customer experience.

“I can’t remember a single day when either of them has taken a day off. We always have to tell them to stop working!” said Store Leader Wendy Duff.

Bella says she was thrilled to be given the opportunity, “This is the first time I’ve had to do things on my own,” she said.

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