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Part-Time Retail Sales Consultant - Pikeville, KY

AT&T Pikeville, KY

We're AT&T, and the only thing we enjoy more than pioneering and selling the latest devices is helping people make the most of them. Our retail… AT&T

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    Long history, lots of changes

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    Current Employee - Network Operations Manager in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Network Operations Manager in Houston, TX

    I have been working at AT&T full-time (more than 10 years)


    Strength of the company is from the old Southwestern Bell roots, not from the legacy AT&T company, which was bought by SBC in 2005. SBC took the AT&T name, but the management team was from SBC.
    Lots of opportunities for development if you are in the right city.
    Innovative company which has survived throughout the turbulence of the telecom industry.
    Very talented people working on new technology.
    Good (but not great) pay and benefits.


    If you are not mobile, you won't advance, regardless of how good your skills are.
    Many of the people who came over when SBC bought AT&T still have the legacy AT&T mindset of "budget cutting is the only way to be profitable."
    Assignments in the older (wireline) side of the business are dead end jobs, but getting out of those jobs into other assignments is tough.
    Outside technical and customer-facing jobs are high pressure, poorly paid, and typically dead-end.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Use your own technology to get the best workers, regardless of physical location.
    Be more honest about future plans and don't limit opportunities for people who want to move into other parts of the business.
    Don't try to achieve profitability by short-changing employees. They will leave, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, and will cause damage to the brand in the process.

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