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I worked at AT&T full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO
If you don't have a graduate degree and are desperate for money and/or would like to start a career in wiring it's a good opportunity but very hard work. The training is paid and offers a good education. Allot of overtime hours are available. The people are great, allot of military and IT backgrounds.
The minimum salary is $25k and the maximum is $47k, way too little considering how much work and responsibility is involved. Micromanagement is a huge problem. Even good workers with 4-5 years of experience often got "bad numbers" and were stressed and exhausted by the job. The work is very dangerous. Even during training a woman slipped during the pole climbing training and broke her back. No medical insurance for the first six months.
Advice to Management
Pay employees better salaries and lay off the micromanagement. It's good to monitor and document employee efficiency but not to impose such high expectations. Some people work fast and sloppy and others slow and meticulously. Use that to the advantage of the company by matching employees to customers. Take care of your employees health from the beginning because even the training is dangerous. In general, just do the right thing.