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7 days ago

Sr Product Development Mgr

AT&T Atlanta, GA

• Managing existing assigned products, setting objectives, reporting performance and responding to customer feedback • Developing measures for… AT&T

30+ days ago

Sr Online Marketing Manager Cricket Wireless

AT&T Atlanta, GA

Required Qualifications: Requires strong analytical skills using internet specific tools and methods, as well as excellent verbal and written… AT&T

7 days ago

Sr Marketing Database Mgr

AT&T Atlanta, GA

- Consult with decision makers and senior management regarding strategic research, planning and analysis, providing insight, knowledge and… AT&T

7 days ago

Sr Product Marketing Mgr

AT&T Atlanta, GA

• Manage local market product information including pricing and market analysis • Competitor's offers, market share, advertising, and promotional… AT&T

5 days ago

Advanced Analytics Principal in Mobility Consumer Marketing

AT&T Atlanta, GA

We are hiring an expert in churn differentiators who will fulfill analytic, pathing, data mining, and modeling functions. The person in this role… AT&T

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    Current Employee - Applications Developer - Associate in Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Applications Developer - Associate in Atlanta, GA

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    The Company is strong and your job is secure and management cares about the direction of the company. Many training opportunities. A sense of caring from the company.


    The pay is pretty low for the career field. There doesn't seem much serious effort to retain talent. Good developers continue to leave and get 20-30% raises at other companies. Employees are considered an expense instead of an asset at times.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    In addition to the obvious things like better pay and bonuses. Don't forget about the little things like free plastic forks and a free gym. Instead of making your employees pay for the company gym and bring their own forks. (Just some examples)

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