STORE MANAGER (Former Employee), Atlanta, GA – June 5, 2013
My position within this company was a retail sales manager. This company was extremely autocratic and manages by the book and to the numbers. There is little flexibility to develop your own personal style and compliance to their own is mandatory. Praise is in short supply as well.
Productive and Fun Place to work with great benefits
Sales Associate (Current Employee), Kennesaw, GA – June 4, 2013
Pros: fun environment
Cons: short breaks, mandatory overtime
Long hours sitting and taking phone calls from irate customers and some very nice customers. Sales is the number one goal. Some management knew the sales procedures while others got by on wit. I would say the hardest part of the job would be making sure your quota was met at the end of the month. The most enjoyable part was knowing at the end of the – more... day that I did my best. Received several best in class awards and that always makes a person feel they did something right. – less
TELvisa Customer Service and Sales Representative (Former Employee), Mexicali – June 2, 2013
great company, great pay and benifits. fast pace enviorment. co workers were great and handaling their job. hardest part about the job would be meeting all monthly goals. most enjoyable was being able to work with others.
Call Center (Former Employee), Dover, NH – June 2, 2013
One of the best companies I have ever worked for. My company closed in 2009; I would have stayed there if we did not lose the contract. The managers were great; we always received training and updates on new rules. It was a fun company to work for.
I spent nearly 20 years with AT&T and gained an enormous volume of knowledge and maturity
Lead systems Analyst/Production Support Manager (Former Employee), Piscataway, NJ – May 31, 2013
Pros: wonderful early years but sbc ran us out of town
Cons: too much stress caused by the ever present layoff.
I began life at AT&T as a Collection Rep in 1987, collecting debt on 800 Business Service.I personally formed a department to handle corporate bankruptcies, within 6 months of joining the company. I then moved on to becoming a SME, in new the collections system being designed, finally becoming the Lead Analyst and Data Source for the application. This – more... allowed me to make headway in NJ, at the Corporate level. I worked in a management role for 3 years but was actually an occupational employee. I was finally promoted and moved from Corporate to a local assignment in my home town, as a Team Manager. In 1996 (following the first VRIP offering and mass exodus of Analysts and Developers), I was promoted again and given a relocation package to NJ, to take over the development and maintenance of the collections app, we had designed and were maintaining. I was able to bring everything back together and after a year in NJ, I resigned and moved back to WV to start my own company working in the Outdoor Adventure field. This lasted from 1996 - 1999
I came back to AT&T in 1999 as a consultant and became an employee again in 2000 and was Lead Analyst in charge of Production Support. I also formed this team from 1 full time employee to 6 within a year. Again, negotiating contracts for the consultants I was bringing on. – less