- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Flexible working hours and easy assistance with further education
It's hard to get a promotion
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied in-person. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Telkom SA (Midrand (South Africa)).
Most positions are filled internally by means of internal post advertising, massive career movement in rank and position is available and this will take a employ upwards in rank but could also be a position at the same level in a other section what could help with personal and career development. The important thing to remember is to regularly check the vacancies.
The positions not filled internally are advertised in newspapers. This might be an entry level or top management position. If it is an entry level position then see it as a stepping stone to get a foot in the door because opportunities is endless. For positions filled external, please follow the process specified, apply for all positions that you are qualified for and are interested in individually, do a cover letter for each separately - his will greatly enhance your changes.
Should you be contacted for an interview, be honest and friendly.
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Consider salary, traveling time and cost to get to work, career opportunities in the new company
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Telkom SA is the incumbent telecom carrier in South Africa, and it's been looking north for expansion. The former government monopoly maintains more than 4 million access lines that provide local access, long-distance, and data network services for residential and commercial customers. Subsidiary iWayAfrica offers Internet service in about 10 other countries in sub-Saharan Africa. After divesting its stake in mobile carrier Vodacom in 2009, Telkom launched its own mobile brand in 2010 called 8 ta. The company also publishes telephone directories through subsidiary Trudon...