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17 days ago

Retail Sales Associate

T-Mobile Oakland, CA +14 locations

Retail Sales Associate Requires competency in customer focus, change & innovation, strategic thinking, relationship building & influencing, talent… T-Mobile

17 days ago

Retail Sales Leader

T-Mobile Oakland, CA +9 locations

The Sales Leader is responsible for delivering to T-Mobiles aspirations of being Americas Most Highly Regarded Service Company. The Sales Leader… T-Mobile

25 days ago

Business Development Manager

T-Mobile San Francisco, CA

Business Development Manager will meet and exceed monthly sales quota objectives by acquiring the accounts of mid-sized businesses within assigned… T-Mobile

6 days ago

*Store Operations Associate

T-Mobile San Francisco, CA +7 locations

The Store Operations Associate is the number one position in delivering operational excellence in the store environment. The Store Operations… T-Mobile

25 days ago

*Retail Associate Manager

T-Mobile San Francisco, CA +8 locations

The Associate Manager working in partnership with the Store Manager leads and develops the store team that delivers T-Mobiles aspiration of being… T-Mobile

16 days ago

*Retail Sales Leader* Bilingual

T-Mobile Hayward, CA

The Sales Leader is responsible for delivering to T-Mobile's aspirations of being America's Most Highly Regarded Service Company. The Sales Leader… T-Mobile

7 days ago

*Retail Sales Associate Bilingual

T-Mobile Hayward, CA +5 locations

Our Retail Sales Associates are in the best position to deliver T-Mobile's "staying connected" Retail promise to our customers. In this role, you'll… T-Mobile

8 days ago

Retail Sales Assocaite

T-Mobile Hayward, CA

The Sales Associate is the number one position responsible for delivering T-Mobiles aspiration of being Americas Most Highly Regarded Service… T-Mobile

12 days ago

*Retail Store Manager

T-Mobile Hayward, CA +2 locations

Responsible for all operations of a T-Mobile retail store. Must be familiar with all aspects of retail, including hiring, scheduling, training… T-Mobile

17 days ago

Human Resources Business Partner

T-Mobile Concord, CA

As the HR Business Partner focused on driving business success, this key role provides strategic HR leadership/partnership and support to the… T-Mobile

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    Current Employee - Retail Store Manager  in  Oakland, CA
    Current Employee - Retail Store Manager in Oakland, CA

    I have been working at T-Mobile


    To start with, the people in my work place are wonderful people. We all share the same goal of making sure our customers are happy with T-Mobile. We love people and interaction with the public is what we love most. T-Mobile also has great benefits, such as medical, dental, eye care, and cell phone service. They also give discounts on phones and accessories and allow us to have a free home phone service. The pay is good and the work place is clean and you know customer like to visit our stores. I find personal satifaction when helping our customers.


    The disconnect is the people they hire and put in place over you. They out of touch. There are so many examples I don't know where to begin. My boss doesn't understand the wireless industry. My boss acts as though we are try to produce. E-mail from my boss are usually negative and her conference calls are all too often bashing all the managers of how poorly we are doing. The T-Mobile values on paper are great. Management does not live the values. They treat their employees like they are numbers. They're actions don't align with their values. My boss doesn't truly listen, instead she will attack your charactor if you disagree with her ideas. Your ideas are only good if they achieve you own personal gain.

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    I here all the good words but no action. They preach it but don't deliver. If you care about your employees, show it in your actions. If we treated our customers they way we treat our employees, we will have a high turn over in employees. This in turn effects our customers. Treat you employees well and you will reap the benefits of long term customers. Happy employees equal happy customers.

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