AT&T – Vienna, VA
Develops/cultivates senior level relationships with existing clients ultimately leading to a more robust relationship with consequential sales… AT&T
AT&T – Vienna, VA
Responsible for the overall development, direction, growth, and management of a strategic client relationship with NATO and DoD opportunities located… AT&T
AT&T – London, England
- Understand the Client Business strategy and align AT&T solutions to delivering on that strategy - Building relationships across a portfolio of… AT&T
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I have been working at AT&T full-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
1 of the best things about AT&T is the training you receive as a New Hire. The company sends you to a designated location for a month's worth of training. They teach you the basics of sales and how to maximize your customers in-store experiences. While at training if it is necessary, they will pay to put you in a hotel, give you an American Express card for daily meals and reimburse you for any travel expenses in a very timely manor. The training you receive is top of the line.
Next, lets talk pay. At&t pays their employees extremely well. With a base salary with paid overtime and full benefits and a compensation program, you won't want to leave the company just for that reason. They take care of their employees for the time you spend with them.
Room for advancement. At AT&T moving up is a breeze if your motivated and a hard working individual. My current assistant store manager has only been with the company 10 months and is already looking at becoming a small business rep.
The work and life balance. The hours are long and tiring to the point were when you get home all you want to do is sleep and on your days off as well.
Customers you have to deal with and the ability for a sales rep to control the interaction . That is one of the biggest complaint I have about the company. A lot of times customers come into the store hot and as sales reps we don't have the discretion or ability to waive ridiculous fees or fix issues. Everything seems like it has to be refereed to customer care which makes for a bad customer experience in store.
Advice to Management
Let your team members know you appreciate their hard work and dedication and with out them, they wouldn't have customers.