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"One of the BEST places to work!!"

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Former Employee - Business Account Executive B2B in Kansas City, MO
Former Employee - Business Account Executive B2B in Kansas City, MO
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

I worked at T-Mobile full-time (More than 3 years)

Pros

Very exciting industry to be a part of the wireless industry that is changing the way wireless is done!!

Cons

Can't think of any! If you work hard, you'll make really good money!!

Advice to Management

Keep up the good work! You're employees are happy ones!

Other Employee Reviews for T-Mobile

  1. "Never thought"

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    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative in Mobile, AL
    Former Employee - Retail Sales Representative in Mobile, AL
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    Benefits, great money (in larger markets), endless opportunities (if relocatable), easy product to sell (in large markets)

    Cons

    No work life balance, regional directors are crazy, insane asks in lower traffic places, no marketing for everyone, quotas are told to be one thing but never align

    Advice to Management

    Not to forget where you once were. Some people get higher paying jobs within the company and become crazed with power. Where we live there isn't an equal playing field, we never get upgrades on towers and spectrum because population is too small. ( But we have the second largest city in the state.) I can remember some areas getting LTE while some areas here were just getting 4G. They higher people that are supposed to make things better in the south but make everyone below them hate their jobs. My advice would be to look deeper into the people you higher and give equal opportunities to EVERYONE I've seen jobs be available for a year and then they are extinct. Then those still in those roles have to perform at a higher level to make sure they can keep their jobs. You have regional directors flat out telling people in interviews this job will require you to work more than 40 hours, but I am only paying you for 40 hours. Feeling like youre in a trapped box that you don't know how to get out of because you're afraid of what will be said to you about it. I love this company but would not recommend it to too many people outside of a larger market area. If you're in a big city they treat you great there's tons of opportunities marketing teams to help pave the way. You won't have to worry about if or when you will get fired in larger markets because they pretty much always perform and it's probably the easiest product to sell. You can talk to senior leadership on a skip level type of conversation and feel wanted and appreciated, but regional director down will make you feel like they are the ones running the company and they believe IU n different morals than the company and try to push people into in moral selling habits to try to meet some of the micromanaging feats that they want from their stores in their region.


  2. "Company making improvements... For themselves"

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    Former Employee - Retail Sales Associate in Alpharetta, GA
    Former Employee - Retail Sales Associate in Alpharetta, GA
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at T-Mobile part-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Simple work with decent commisions payout (slowly on the decline however)
    Short Sunday Hours
    Great employee Discounts (75% off of phone bill, not including payment plans on phones)

    Cons

    Restructures in commissions and within the company when it comes to sales has stifled the employees.
    Managers in the Northern Atlanta Area look out for themselves and have cleared out entire stores on for their own job security.

    Advice to Management

    To the GM, out-root problems and deduce whether or not it is all the employees or the manager of the store that is the problem.

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