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AT&T Overview

Dallas, TX
10000+ employees
1983
Company - Public (T)
Telecommunications Services
$10+ billion (USD) per year
We’re all about bringing people together and making our customer’s worlds even easier – from tech to communication to entertainment.

As leaders in all three, we do it by surrounding ourselves with a team dedicated to constant ... Read more

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  • Akshay Nemlekar overcame more than a fair share of challenges during his time in our Leadership Development Program. See how the experience shaped his view on what it means to lead on the front-line.

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    Get a first-hand look into our Leadership Development Program.

  • CRN has named our own Anne Chow among Power 100's Most Powerful Women of the Channel for 2018. We’re proud of her continued work in developing teams and driving growth in our business.

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AT&T – Why Work For Us?


With a commitment to our communities and the environment (not to mention the lives and careers of our diverse team), we’re always doing more to serve each other and look toward tomorrow.

For a behind the scenes look, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.

Check out who we are here!

We take care of our own here (hint: that could be you). Our benefits and rewards mean we cover some of your biggest needs with some of the coolest offerings. We already think we’re a pretty great place to work. We’re just trying to rack up some bonus points.

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Veterans | Rank among the best.

What’s our mission? It starts with recruiting 20,000 veterans like you by 2020. Then, we continue building an even better company together – by allying your unmatched skills with endless opportunities. 

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Job Advisor Sessions
This is your opportunity to meet with one of our Veteran Advisors and learn more about our career areas, the transition process and our supportive culture. There’s a chance we’ll be coming directly to your community and we hope to see you there.

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Transition Timeline
Transitioning to civilian life can be overwhelming. That’s why we made a timeline to point you in the right direction. Think of it as your mission itinerary for a successful start to your civilian career.

Before you join the Transition Assistance Program (TAP), there’s a few things you’ll want to consider, like where you want to live or if you’ll be going back to school full time. It’s also important to know how you can translate your military skills to a civilian career.

Even with the best preparation, plans change – and that’s OK. Stay focused on your goals and use this guide to keep yourself on track based on how far out you are from separation.

View our transition timeline


Military Spouses

As a military spouse, you have a special responsibility on the home front. So we work to offer the flexibility and services military families need to hold down the fort.

Find a career near your military base

Relocating or just looking for a new opportunity? We have openings near military installations across the country.

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    Pros

    Lots of growth opportunities, a strong culture of diversity and inclusion, excellent benefits and outstanding tuition reimbursement and in-house leadership training.

    Cons

    Salary for managers is very low and in many cases less than their direct reports. Always asked to do more for less.

    Advice to Management

    Upper management needs to be more engaged with front-line agents, supervisors and team leads to improve the perception that they really don't matter.

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AT&T Photos

AT&T photo of: Lights, Camera, Action! Meet the team behind our training videos.
AT&T photo of: Remember - safety always comes first!
AT&T photo of: One of our retail teams rocking navy.
AT&T photo of: New Retail Sales Consultants learning about all the products.
AT&T photo of: Technician training requires one-on-one teach-back time. #TUProud
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AT&T Interviews

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    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at AT&T (Charlotte, NC).

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    Applied online, took 2 assessment tests, scheduled RJP via website, RJP & face to face interview, contacted with conditional offer and background consent/drug testing info, hireright contacted me regarding w-2 for 3 employers. Once drug test/background came back I was contacted with final offer via email and phone call. Offered top pay...couldnt ask for a smoother process.

    Interview Questions

    • Describe a time you had to work with someone you didnt get along with? Name a time you were able to offer a product or service to help the customer? Safety.   3 Answers
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AT&T Awards & Accolades

  • Top 50 Companies for Diversity (AT&T ranks #3), DiversityInc, 2017
  • Top Companies for Recruitment (AT&T ranks #1), DiversityInc, 2017
  • Top 15 Companies for Veterans (AT&T ranks #4), DiversityInc, 2017
  • 100 Best Companies to Work For, Fortune, 2017
  • World’s Most Admired Companies (AT&T ranks #37), Fortune, 2017
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