Pros: awesome benefits, flexible schedules, advancement opportunities
Cons: attendance policy was rough the first few years, until you got your own attitude set on what is "ill", and what is "i want to play"
I did many things while at this job - from answering phones in the call center, being promoted to be an administrative assistant, then being promoted to a 1st level manager.
Managers were fantastic. They went out of their way to see that you improved constantly, that you knew what was expected of you each day, week, month and year, and they assisted – more... you in meeting and exceeding you objectives.
The hardest part of my job was when I had to terminate employees.
The most enjoyable part was watching one of my employees get selected for one of the yearly awards and go on a trip with the Vice President of AT&T.
I was so sorry to see the company close their doors in 2005 and then watch as the leased the name out to a competitor. – less