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Updated Jul 20, 2014

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Customer Assistant Interview

Customer Assistant

Interviewed at AT&T

Interview Details – I applied online, about 4 days later they told me that I had to take a assesment that determined my ability to work for them , I passed the online cc audition assesment then they emailed me 2 days later saying that they were holding on site assesment testing sessions. They gave me the list of times and dates that which I could attend , so I emailed them my preference & they emailed me back confirming the time and date. Now I'm just waiting to go do the assesment this week.


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Retail Sales Consultant Interview

Retail Sales Consultant
Phila, PA

I applied online and the process took 5+ weeks - interviewed at AT&T in June 2014.

Interview Details – I applied online on June 9th and immediately got a message to take the qualification tests. After about a week, I got an email saying to call into a number in order to make an appointment for an interview. I called the number and spoke with an HR manager that asked me a number of qualifying questions and then set me up with an interview with another HR manager in my area. This 2nd interview was on June 20th, and went really well, however I had not heard anything from them for about 2 weeks after. I had even sent in a Thank You letter to both managers that I had spoken to. After 2 weeks, I got a call from a store and went in to interview with her and the assistant manager. This was an awesome interview and job preview. After my session was completed, I was told that I had to have yet another interview with the area manager the following week. During this interview, I was a bit intimidated by this guy because I was asked to sell him something. Okay, simple (ya think)? I remembered that when I was meeting with the store manager and assistant, I was told that there were 5 selling points for every transaction. So, I asked him a number of questions and directly related his sale to products that were offered and exactly what he had been looking for during that purchase. I QUALIFIED HIM. I couldn't read him even though I was nailing it. This made it even more intimidating because he seemed so unimpressed, but polite. He said that he had a number of interviews lined up for that day and that I would get a call that week with a decision... needless to say, I am still waiting to hear back from them and it has been a week. I don't know what to expect anymore at this point. You would think that I was interviewing for an IT position within the CIA or National Defense Department (4 INTERVIEWS, JEEZ!)

Interview Question – If I were to walk in as a customer, what would you sell me?   View Answer


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Network Engineer Interview

Network Engineer

Interviewed at AT&T

Interview Details – phone interview and then ask a lot of question and after 5 days I received a email that I was denied and the question s are :
1)What team do you want to be ?
2)Describe the project you did?

Interview Question – describe yourself   Answer Question


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Customer Assistant Interview

Customer Assistant

Interviewed at AT&T

Interview Details – So far I did an online personality test. Then I was sent an email to do a call center simulation assessment. Obviously I did well because I was emailed to do an on site testing. I'm waiting for the date to attend

Interview Question – There was a question on the personality test that said something like: I never fail.. I believe this question is to be answered HONESTLY they have systems that detect when a test taker is decieving the company   Answer Question


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Senior Software Engineer Interview

Senior Software Engineer
Bothell, WA

I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at AT&T in April 2010.

Interview Details – Years ago...was called on a position for AT&T. I had worked there before and had a great experience, so I accepted the interview. I met a manager and was taken back to his private office for a 1 on 1. Basically we never had a real interview as you will see below.

Interview Question – There wasn't much of any questions asked at all. From the time I stepped into the managers office he was interrupted continually with calls and people stopping by his office. I should have just walked out and in hindsight wished I had. I felt it was very unprofessional and rude. I had to drive 1 hour there and back, plus take time off work and felt they wasted my time.   Answer Question


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Senior Member of Technical Staff Interview

Senior Member of Technical Staff

Interviewed at AT&T

Interview Details – applied online and was contacted by autobot to tell me "i'm in the running" then by email to set up a phone screen with the hiring manager. glassdoor reviews indicated that most of the more senior positions are filled from within and that outsiders are only interviewed as a "check the box" step, but i went ahead with call. first sentence from hiring manager confirmed glassdoor reviews

Interview Question – didn't get to questions - no point as i was only a box to be checked   Answer Question


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Average Interview

Business Analyst Interview

Business Analyst

I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at AT&T.

Interview Details – The whole process was so disorganized.First the recruiter quits and scheduling a phone interview without letting us know.The director asks for a in person mtg and when I reach there the people who are supposed to interview look clueless.Some don't even turn up.I wonder why was I even called in the first place.I'm so very disgusted with the whole experience.


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Retail Sales Consultant Interview

Retail Sales Consultant

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at AT&T.

Interview Details – There was about 3 interviews, phone, 1 on 1, and in-store. Phone interview ask you the basics things like your job experience. Second interview goes in depth and asks about experience from previous jobs. Third interview ask you about your skill set and what you would bring to the team if you are hired.

Interview Question – What are you're weaknesses and how did you over come them?   Answer Question


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Retail Sales Consultant Interview

Retail Sales Consultant

I applied online and interviewed at AT&T.

Interview Details – Got a chance to attend an interview. Went to the location, there were 3 managers interviewing 3 people at the same time. Questions are typical past job experiences and what you can bring to the table. They are very specific so make sure you think of the things you can highlight about your past jobs before going to the interview. Not hard at all.

Interview Question – Nothing really. They will ask you what is the hardest situation you've been in while working for your past employer.   View Answer


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Average Interview

Premesis Technician Interview

Premesis Technician
Houston, TX

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at AT&T in May 2014.

Interview Details – took 2 weeks, had a test, pretty easy, then striagh to interview. The interview itself was very straightforward, they ask you three questions mostly related to customer service and sales. Make sure you tell them exactly what you have done in the past that will translate into this job.

Interview Question – try not to ask too much about the ladders of the company, they tend to get prettty anal about it, focus on the job you are applying for first   Answer Question

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