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13 days ago

Program Analyst Senior

AT&T Maryland

The candidate must have the following skills and experience: At least ten (10) years experience in program management, technical, or business… AT&T


14 days ago

Lead Financial Analyst, Cricket Wireless

AT&T Alpharetta, GA

Evaluates and makes recommendations relating to business opportunities, investments, financial regulations, and similar financial projects or… AT&T


18 days ago

Lead Financial Analyst IT and Labs

AT&T Dallas, TX

Evaluates and makes recommendations relating to business opportunities, investments, financial regulations, and similar financial projects or… AT&T


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  1. 6 people found this helpful  

    Great Job, Great Managers, Great Pay, Horrible Hours

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    Current Employee - Retail Sales Consultant  in  Lafayette, LA
    Current Employee - Retail Sales Consultant in Lafayette, LA

    I have been working at AT&T full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    The managers are really helpful, you have plenty of training to do your job, and the pay is excellent.

    Cons

    The biggest issue here are hours, since it's a union company, the good hours are given to tenured reps meaning that for years you'll be stuck with horrid hours, no weekends off and closing the store pretty much every night.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Your high performers are usually NOT the tenured reps, you are driving away the people that actually makes you a lot of money and punishing them by making them work horrible and uneven hours. You can't base a life around that.

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