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MobileOne Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what MobileOne employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

MobileOne has a Senior Management rating of 3.4, and David Licavoli, the CEO of MobileOne, has an approval rating of 74% across the organization.

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October 25, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at MobileOne?

Pros

75% off your tmobile service (when it works!... Which isn't often.)

Cons

I would suggest working at this T-Mobile premium retailer... If you like being dehumanized, humiliated, SEVERELY underpaid (with stolen wages.) and downright underappreciated. They make up arbitrary goals that make them money but they're so high that you do not get paid on them because they're unachievable. Upper management is a joke, especially the regional manager over the store managers in Dallas TX since July 1st of 2020. The HR department is in the owners pockets and has no interest in helping the employees when upper management is harassing and belittling (including but not limited to s*xism, r*cism and just proper toxicity.) their employees. Recognition is non existent unless you're committing fraud in order to meet these unachievable goals, and fraud is often whispered as a suggestion just enough that the owners are not liable. The whole franchise is littered with crooks in upper management who groom store managers/assistant managers into believing they CAN make large sums of money, but then take it away as soon as they actually start having to write the checks. Lastly, they do not provide cleaning supplies necessary to adhere to local/state MANDATES and do not care if employees catch covid-19.

Advice to Management

Pay your employees a meaningful base wage and make commission attainable for more than just your top performers (such as myself, till I left :) )

The HR department is in the owners pockets and has no interest in helping the employees when upper management is harassing and belittling (including but not limited to s

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