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Long Island City, NY

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AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall L. Stephenson
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  • Poor work life balance if you have a family due to American working hours (in 1038 reviews)

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    "Expect Micromanagement, Keep to yourself, Deliver Mediocre and Stay Under the Radar"

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    Former Employee - Retail Management in Long Island City, NY
    Former Employee - Retail Management in Long Island City, NY
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    I worked at AT&T full-time (More than a year)


    Fair pay, simple work, lot of support programs, good benefits, exceptional training if you take advantage of it, easy to make a living if you stay low key. Tenure is patient in 5 years you will be somewhere, in 10 years you will be secure, in 20 you will be wealthy...just look at the cons and know your role and shut your mouth! :) Its a positive atmosphere if you want it to be...The CEO is engaged and a good guy. I met both of them during my brief 2 year tenure...


    You are just a number so act like it. They may give you a ton of acolades and rewards and awards but they can work against you. Alot of people get threatened by top performers and seek to get rid of you. You best bet is to keep your head down, make no friends, no enemies, just do your job and enjoy the benefits, do not try to be a star. They will milk blood from a stone if you are on salary, be prepared to work, vacation is a joke...virtually nonexistent. Middle management are a bunch of talking head clowns be prepared to be smarter then them but humble yourself...they all have tenure thats what rules the roost!

    Advice to Management

    They know what they are doing, its the employees that need to understand how corporate America work.

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