"Overall I enjoy my job, however I am doing more than my job description. Because of that I feel that I am under paid. While there is room for advancement, it can be a waiting game if there are no positions open for the promotion your gunning for."
"Traditional company but emerging technology develops."
"Great company. They treat their employees extremely well."
"I have been with AT&T for about 6 months, I love the job itself and the company isn't bad at all. They pay fair and the work is easy minus the extreme overtime but that's not exactly a bad thing because we are paid hourly. My only gripe with AT&T is the management, they promote people that are liars and backstabbers. They are the type to shake your hand and smile in your face but they are giving you the finger behind their back."
"I contracted at AT&T. I found the company culture of the areas and teams I interacted with to be positive and encouraging. However, upper management was demoralizing in that there was no notice or recognition of business knowledge acquired by contractors and they simply rotated contractors though. Each time with the new people needing to come up to speed with the relevant business knowledge required to perform proficiently in the position. The hands on managers recognized this but upper management insisted all that was necessary was a skill set."
"I have worked in AT&T from 02/01/2014."
"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."
"Worked for AT&T over 30 years. Great opportunities and salaries."
"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."
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