On average, employees at AT&T give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest AT&T employees are Cable Splicing Technicians submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Technical Consultants with a rating of 4.9. Browse AT&T Reviews by Job Title →
"Good benefits, excellent salary."
"I have worked in an organization having 100K employees."
"This is a great company to work with. The benefits are awesome and the employees are great. I strongly recommend this company. It's easy to move up in the company. There is good job security here. You can be well trained to do the job. They are very strict on attendance and being on time. Overall a good company."
"Been a premise technician for 5 years and have become weary of the horrible scheduling and general practices."
"I have worked at this place over 2 years and it is a great place to work, great team and learnt a lot."
"Good company with good potential."
"This is good company to work for."
"I recently began working for AT&T in the hopes of moving up into the IT department after working as an SSR for a short period of time. Due to various factors, I've been told that I might have to wait up to over a year before I can get a position within the company, which is unacceptable to me."
"Overall the job sucks, at least the Uverse department. You don't know when you're getting off work every day. Managers sneak up on you on jobs like the Feds. If you're new to the garage, all of the experienced techs talk stuff about you. Moreover you have absolutely no personal life while working here."
"Good company to work for."
"The industry AT&T resides in is in a constant state of uncertainty. I would avoid the industry all together. An employee is better off these days settling for a job where you have more security over benefits."
"For the last 6 months I have been working with AT and T. It's a good company."
"Systems are terrible. Training is non-existent. Culture is awful - many very negative people locked into a specific mindset about their work. The offices are rundown, dirty, and out-dated. Leadership talks constantly but never really act on their promises. Most opportunities involve relocating. Constantly short staffed. Good employees never stay for long. Depressing place to work. It's a huge company and things vary from one division to another, but most people I encounter seem unhappy, frustrated, even combative. AT&T cellular service does not work in our own office building - if that tells you anything about the way things are run. I would not recommend working here."
"Great company to work for. There are endless possibilities for promotions and willingness to help you succeed in your career."
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