With employees in more than 60 countries, AT&T is the largest innovation-led telecommunications company in the world. We’re constantly using new ideas, groundbreaking technology and exciting partnerships to transform the way people live and work.
We touch every industry, including TV entertainment, home security, automotive and healthcare. From smart phones to cutting-edge services, our global workforce supports a new...
At AT&T, our passion to serve extends beyond our customers to our employees. Our people have helped to make us the No. 1 communications company in the world, and in return, we work hard to maintain our competitive position as the industry's employer of choice. Get to know us through the eyes of Debbie Storey, our Chief Diversity Officer.
At AT&T, more than 90,000 women help lead a transformation in mobilizing a world that works for people. These women are executives, marketers, sales, finance leaders, attorneys... and mentors. CLICK HERE to hear their stories.
AT&T has 11 employee resource groups (ERGs) that are open to all employees and reflect the diversity of the company's employee base. AT&T's ERGs support the company's commitment to diversity and inclusion through their efforts in the workplace, the marketplace and the community.
Our CEO, Randall Stephenson, made a decision in 2007 that our company would focus on continuous learning. Our philosophy is to provide ongoing opportunities to grow and develop existing employees. In 2011, we invested $237 million on employee training and development programs and an additional $26 million on tuition assistance for employees. Also in 2011, AON Hewitt, the RBL Group and Fortune recognized AT&T in the Top 25 North American Companies for Leaders. Chief Learning Officermagazine recognized our efforts to develop employees; we tied for the No. 2 spot in the magazine's 2012 LearningElite awards, and we won the Editor's Choice for Business Performance Results for the second year in a row.
Our flagship innovation and talent development engine, AT&T University helps us accelerate growth, foster innovation and develop leadership capabilities at every management level. Every year at AT&T University, more than 100,000 managers participate in a robust blend of live and virtual classroom sessions. AT&T University is a fully-funded, academically-rich, executive-led program with a leadership development and business curriculum. It is located at a state-of-the-art facility at the company headquarters in Dallas and regional campuses across the U.S. Learn More about Talent Development.
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Feb 2014 – Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Interview Details – I applied online and filled out their assessment test. Received a call 2 weeks later from the HR staffing who asked a few questions and scheduled me for a 1 on 1 with the Hiring Manager. She asked me a lot of scenario questions from my previous jobs. They like using the STAR method. After the… – Full Interview
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