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5 days ago

Part Time Retail Sales Consultant - Columbia, SC (Harbison)

AT&T Columbia, SC

Find out what it's like to work in an industry that's not about to slow down- with a company that has a legacy of successful innovation… AT&T

12 days ago

Wire Technician

AT&T Columbia, SC +2 locations

Our Wire Technicians work both inside and outside and are responsible for the installation and customer care of the new U-verse integrated digital… AT&T

30+ days ago

Sales Executive D2D

AT&T Columbia, SC

This is a fast-paced position with lots of face-time. Youll be highly trained to sell our innovative products like High Speed Internet, access lines… AT&T

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    Great pay and the benefits are wonderful. 50% AT&T service, health, dental and vision, 401k.


    They do not seem to care for their employees or care if the workers have a personal life outside of work. They just don't care about you, just the money. Your job is always being threated.

    Advice to Management

    Try to make your employees feel like you care about them, they might start to care about you. Stop promoting kiss-ups and brown nosers, they didn't care about the people they worked with, what makes you think they care about them when they are working for them? Allow for the workers to have a normal life, just because you have one doesn't mean they do. Start training new managers to manage people and how to talk to employees. It would be nice if the upper level of management would learn the jobs of the people under them.

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