"Contractor at ATT in the mobility department. My supervisor plays favorites and honestly, should retire. Pay was okay, but have little opportunity to develop my skills."
"I've worked for AT&T since 2014. I've found it to be a strong company with good ethical values and an emphasis on customer retention. They use latest version of tools for testing in QA environment."
"Very under paid. Hours are ridiculous. Training sucks. It seems all they are out to do is write you up."
"Okay choice and slow pace compared to software company."
"Expect to be forced to work lots of overtime and you will probably not be able to make less that $85k because of it."
"I enjoy working for ATT Global Management. I went on my own in 2012 from working in a call center making $16.50 an hr to $22 an hr on salary. I take calls from time to time, but basically make sure the staff under me, "up to 350 employees", completes their performances correctly"
"AT&T is a great company that has paid training and doesn't require a lot of certifications. Ive been working for the company for about 2 years going on three now. For the position that I am in, there is little to no supervision required and I like that a lot. As long as you are doing what you're supposed to be doing and being where you're supposed to be, you should NO problems whatsoever. The pay is ok, especially if you don't have any experience at all. The raise is every six months, until you hit max pay. It's a great position for those who don't have kids or a family, due to the fact that you are working so many hours, nights included. One of the great things about working for this company are the benefits, like 50% off all services. I hope this review helps anybody who is interested!"
"It used to be a great company to work with 15 years ago. It is an origin of Unix, C, C . But recently there is a certain decrease in the level development and location of resources."
"Work with highly qualified and experienced engineers. Your expertise is challenged and rewarded."
"I used to work for the company. Many opportunities if you're willing to put in the long hours."
"ATT is still processing the acquisition of several companies. It is further along than I experience in a consulting engagement a few years ago but integration problems still exist. People in the acquired companies have preference over those from the legacy firm. Everyone knows serious lay-offs are still in the works; this can be demotivating. Particularly those who worked for the legacy division who watch entire work centers close."
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