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9 days ago

Sr Product Development Mgr

AT&T Atlanta, GA

• Managing existing assigned products, setting objectives, reporting performance and responding to customer feedback • Developing measures for… AT&T

30+ days ago

Sr Online Marketing Manager Cricket Wireless

AT&T Atlanta, GA

Required Qualifications: Requires strong analytical skills using internet specific tools and methods, as well as excellent verbal and written… AT&T

9 days ago

Sr Product Marketing Mgr

AT&T Atlanta, GA

• Manage local market product information including pricing and market analysis • Competitor's offers, market share, advertising, and promotional… AT&T

7 days ago

Advanced Analytics Principal in Mobility Consumer Marketing

AT&T Atlanta, GA

We are hiring an expert in churn differentiators who will fulfill analytic, pathing, data mining, and modeling functions. The person in this role… AT&T

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AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall L. Stephenson
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3,131 Ratings

    Use as a stepping stone, not a career.

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    Former Employee - Advertising & Publishing in Tucker, GA
    Former Employee - Advertising & Publishing in Tucker, GA

    I worked at AT&T full-time (more than 10 years)


    There are (were) many really great caring people, hardworking employees there who take pride in a job well done.
    Benefits & pay previously were good, many of the managers were great to work with.


    Culture of micromanagement & refusal to utilize the technologies they promote in their own business. Not pro flex scheduling or telecommuting. Only life/work balance came from being able to use earned vacation or personal time for appointments, family situations, etc.
    Executives from Randall Stephenson (salary 22-27 million) down exhibit callus disregard for employees & retirees. Example, in 2012 after announcing a very profitable year for AT&T, A&P was sold/merged with private equity firm. All who were eligible were basically forced into early retirement, most too young to collect retirement so basically forced into unemployment with the other 9% already looking for jobs. This year the retiree benefit cost increased by 270%, a much higher rate of increase than for employees. Now the company is outsourcing the majority of the remaining employees jobs in A&P.
    They have little regard for customers, seeing them only as $ signs. Greed.
    This is why I say it may be a good place to get some experience & move on because it is no longer a place to make a career as it was when it was Southern Bell or BellSouth.

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    Don't outsource the remaining employees, you will lose a wealth of knowledge & dedication. You get what you pay for, if you run the company with cheap outsource employees you can't expect to get quality work, only those looking for a paycheck until they can find something better.

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