"I worked for AT&T from October 2009 through June 2014. While my customers appreciated me and I was very good at researching accounts and resolving issues, the company did not like that I was open and honest with my coworkers about the stresses of the job. I felt it was important to be supportive of coworkers because it is a very high stress job."
"I have worked in AT&T from 02/01/2014."
"Great place to work if you are looking for new opportunities and new technologies."
"I worked for AT&T through AutomationImage for an Automated Network Processing project and my overall experience in this project is good. I was involved in the project right from the scratch, which is rare chance to get nowadays, and we as a team did a wonderful job. I hope we continue to get these kinds of projects in future and excel in that as well."
"I've worked for AT&T in various capacities for over ten years. In general, they're a great company that suffers from repeated changes in priorities. They will frequently mothball a project that they've already spent millions on. Every team is different: some are poorly organized death marches, some are great projects with great people on reasonable timelines. They also tend to go cyclical on outsourcing. They outsource a project, the project dies, they discover it's a terrible idea, they bring it back in. Then they outsource the next project."
"I have worked with company since 2000 and handled different accounts and projects and built a lot of networks from the ground up."
"Very good working environment."
"Worked for AT&T over 30 years. Great opportunities and salaries."
"It's a nice place to work and the assurance of exposure to new technologies and techniques in peaceful and healthy environment."
"The floor coaches are unprofessional, very rude and poor image of AT&T, yet they train new people every week. No wonder why those people quit!"
"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."
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