Interviewed at AT&T
Interview Details – hiring process is simple apply on line then a local HR manager contacts you for an enterview and he makes a decision
Interview Question – situation questions i.e tell me about a time in which you dealt with a difficult customer Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at AT&T.
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Depending on if you are interviewing from outside or from inside the company you will typically receive one of two types of interviews.
If you are on the outside applying for a public position on the inside there are two hard facts you have to accept:
1.) Depending on the department, this position could have already gone to someone on the inside and the interviewer is just holding the interview for political reasons.
2.) The position might truly be open, but the hiring manager might already have a hard lean towards someone else in the organization already.
Apart from those possibilities, most outside applicants get standard situational interviews that require answering the questions in a situation, action, then results structure. As long as you understand that it is more of a process of elimination and focus on not saying the wrong thing, you will be fine. From my viewpoint, it really seems as though your resume does more than just get you the interview. I've seen serious interviews that were as short as 4 questions and then some general open forum discussion where the goal was really just to make sure the individual was as good as advertised on the resume.
The absolute best thing anyone can do if they want to shine in an interview here is to go to the bookstore and purchase a book with all of the interview questions and the purpose behind them. Having the perfect answer is not as important as simply understanding the purpose of the question.
Applications and interviews from within are really just an overview of past performance and an assessment to see how much management training the employee has already received from his or her supervisor (huge!!!).
Interview Question – "Tell me about a time where you had difficulty in overcoming an obstacle at work." View Answer
Negotiation Details – Demand everything you can upfront. Pay raises are difficult to obtain in some jobs (result based).
I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at AT&T.
Interview Details – I did a store interview with the site manager and it was then followed with a corporate interview. At the end of the second interview I was told thank you for your time but we are going to be promoting internally, the interview process of outside candidates was simply a formality.
Interview Question – I was asked questions about my personal and family life. View Answer
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at AT&T in June 2012.
Interview Details – meet with hiring manager and she explain the position then the interview begin
The process took a day - interviewed at AT&T in July 2011.
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Many of the interview questions revolved around past experiences and potential situations, especially in regards to providing customer service in a retail environment. This was for an interview right out of college, and there was little focus on classwork or any non-sales part of my resume.
The whole process was very straight forward, and it was very easy to talk to the interviewer and ask questions. In comparison to other interviews I have had, this was relatively low stress.
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at AT&T in June 2011.
Interview Details – Applied online, replied for a phone interview three days later for the next day, I confirmed the same day. They did not call for the interview, followed up with another email and was told they double booked the interview but did not inform me. I rescheduled for the following day.
Interview Question – All questions were standard - how do you manage multiple equally important and equally urgent tasks, etc? Answer Question
Interviewed at AT&T
Interview Details – Standard paperwork, knowing someone at that location may help, know the product, coming from outside the company would receive training on products and systems
Interview Question – What is the tagline for the current advertising. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at AT&T in July 2012.
Interview Details – applied online, got a call from the store manager to set up an interview time and date. 1:1 interview with 2 managers, then if passed area manager will do a 2nd interview. If you passed that stage the Director will call you for a final interview.
Interview Question – Tell me about your weaknesses Answer Question
The process took 5 days - interviewed at AT&T in May 2011.
Interview Details – The AT&T company has been the home of job ever since graduating from Engineering School with a MS in Mechanical Engineering. I recieved a call asking about an interview for a "High-Management" Position at one of the AT&T Call-Center. They were offering me $95,000+ (USD). They asked me multiple questions about my under-grad degree as well as my graduate degree. They also implied that if I wanted a bigger, more innovative job, (working at the AT&T tower in Downtown Atlanta) They would like to see me go back to school for an MBA.
Interview Question – Do you really know what we [AT&T] are looking for? View Answer
The process took 3 months - interviewed at AT&T in November 2010.
Interview Details – not much of an interview was done
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
At AT&T, our passion to serve extends beyond our customers to our employees. Our people have helped to make us the No. 1 communications company in the world, and in return, we work hard to maintain our competitive… — Full Overview
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