I applied through college or university and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at AT&T.
Interview Details – Behavioral, sales presentation
Interview Question – Specific questions about the products price were difficult to navigate during the sales presentation portion View Answer
Reason for Declining – Did not like not being able to determine my fate after training
The process took a day - interviewed at AT&T in March 2012.
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A six-month program which could be extended to two-year. I think they would try their best to find a SALES person and unfortunately I am not that type.
After all, the interviewee is nice during the on-campus interview which lasts for almost one hour. They have given questions on the paper.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at AT&T in October 2011.
Interview Details – I applied online and was contacted within a week, telling me I had moved on to the interview stage. I had to call and make an appointment. But before the interview stage I had to attend an online tele-conference with AT&T person telling us more about the program. I asked a question. It was informative, but the woman seemed very matter-of-fact, stating we would have to meet a quota even when we are training.
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at AT&T in November 2010.
Interview Details – Im still in the process, but so far I have talk to four people on the phone and have my last phone interview tomorrow to see if I get a 1:1 interview
Interview Question – Are you willing to relocate? How are you interested in sales? Answer Question
Pros: They pay employees what they are worth. They evaluate other companies to keep pay in line with competition. I was able to work from home and actually worked longer hours and harder because I appreciated the flexibility. Benefits are excellent. – Full Review
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