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AT&T Jobs & Careers in Seattle, WA

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8 days ago

Retail Sales Consultant - North Seattle Area, WA

AT&T Lynnwood, WA

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. • Start… AT&T


1 day ago

AT&T Retail Sales Consultants in Marysville Area WA – new

AT&T Lynnwood, WA

• This position offers great opportunities to move into management, as AT&T is not just looking for another "sales" person, we are looking for our… AT&T


21 days ago

AT&T Retail Sales Consultant Lynnwood\Everett Areas WA

AT&T Lynnwood, WA

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. • Start… AT&T


8 days ago

Retail Sales Consultant - Tacoma Area, WA

AT&T Tacoma, WA

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. • Start… AT&T


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    I worked at AT&T full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great benefits, company benefits and compensation.

    Cons

    Management poor, processies not monitored or effeciant, and compensation was always changing and wasn't easily understood or communicated the changes.

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    Slower to hire, quicker to fire. Managers with good numbers aren't always good managers or employees. I'd advise upper management to spend more time "working" in lower positions to gain a better understanding of whats really happening.

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