moejoe 6 hours ago
So today was day 1 of the 4 week training for the full time retail sales consultant position. Went by rather smooth other than a couple computer issues. Today is the day we set up our att id's and passwords. Went over all the big introduction into the company and got a lot of our big questions answered. It was a very long day and you better be ready to sit around for a good 7 1/2 hours. A big tip!!! Make friends with your classmates! The instructor loves to see everyone mingle and able to work in teams!
ajga706 14 hours ago
Well. I applied for a local Wire Tech job. Took, and passed the aptitude test 2-5-13. Att.com says I am qualified as of 2-7-13. Anyone know what the next step is and how long it takes? I am in Knoxville and under the job opening. It says ongoing. What should I expect here? Thanks in advance.
William K 16 hours ago
First off, this position is not for anyone that has a family or by any means a LIFE!!! The hours they schedule for you give you no morning and no evening. It's not an 8-5 position, where you would at least have an evening off to be with family or friends. The hours are more like 9:30am - 8:30pm. And don't expect to be out on time. When would you see your kids with hours like that? Unless your high on the seniority level, you will be working every Saturday and Sunday, open to close. With meetings before work on Saturdays. I cannot stress enough how if you have a family...you will never see them. You will never see your kids play sports. AT&T sucks the life out of you.
Second, if you need a day off...say you need Aug 31st off, They need to know that by July 3rd or you will not be granted that day off. And you would not even know if you have that day off until Aug 1st. How are you suppose to make vacation plans? Once again, AT&T sucks the life out of you.
Third, expect to be followed around by managers every time your with a customer to make sure your saying and showing them the things they want you to sell. Don't forget to shake their hand when they are leaving (even if they are sick) and walk them to the door or you will be written up.
Fourth, trying to take a lunch is like pulling teeth. You could be walking out the door for lunch and a customer walks in and they ask you to take care of them before you leave. Well, that customer could take up an 1 1/2 hrs of your time.
Fifth, They are always raising your quota so you don't make any money. I could go on and on but I think this pretty much sums it up.
blue jean guy 20 hours ago
Does anyone know how long does it take for at&t staffing to contact applicants? I have done the background check but not the drug test. The hiring manager told me that i was waiting to be contacted by staffing its been about 2 weeks how long should i wait before calling back?
bteheels 2 days ago
I have posted in a few different sections here, but I'm unsure of which ones specifically so I'll share my complete story here.
I have gone through the hiring process with AT&T, and with help from many members here, I was prepared in a number of ways as to what I should expect. I applied in December of 2012, or January of 2013, somewhere right in there. There were positions available in San Diego, California for "Premises Technician" and "Splicing Technician" at the time. I applied for both.
I received an email informing me that I had been invited to attend a testing session in February of 2013. I attended the testing session fully prepared, having studied from the moment the email was received. There are study guides provided and more info can be found online. Don't go into this test thinking its common sense and will be a breeze to weed out the dummies, because I assure you, the questions get fairly complex and require critical thinking and focus. Be mentally prepared and focused. Have a good breakfast and drink some coffee beforehand. I passed the test, feeling confident that I had earned %100. I would like to say it was about 50 questions, but I can't remember. It was timed. Once completed, the instructor called into the hallway, those who had failed the test, telling them to leave (and when they qualifying to apply again at a future date.) The rest of us seated were told that we passed (no grades were handed out) . We were then told we would be contacted, by email, with information regarding a RJP (real job preview, face to face interview)
Supermade 2 days ago
I was just hired with AT&T for a Retail Sales Consultant and have not yet started my training process. It starts Jan 10, 2010 and I want to know if anyone has already attended the 3 to 4week training and if so what should I expect?
cody_kins 2 days ago
Anyone going to be in training in Orlando, FL on the 9th?
Itsinmyblood 3 days ago
I have an interview set up for next Tuesday, and i have been reading about the hireright background check process on what to expect.
My main concern is that i did not graduate high school, and have yet to get my GED. is this something they check for? will it hurt me having not graduated high school? i put that i completed high school on my application, but did not receive a diploma.
Ive been looking into getting the GED, but the earliest i can get it is Dec 5.
so im thinking, should i be up front about this during the interview, and state that i am trying to get my GED and have already sent the application for it but the earliest i can get it will be Dec. 5?
i have 7 years of wire technician experience with the same company. while work slowed down with that company i took work at other places. - i did not include these jobs on the application or my resume. most of them were short lived. should i provide information on these jobs to hireright?
also, i got a speeding ticket a few years back and i cant even begin to remember when.
but it was dismissed when i went to court for it. should i include this as well?
Mocha Delight 3 days ago
Good afternoon I need someone to shine some light on this AT&T call Center hiring process I've already did the drug test I've already completed the background check on my job was verified there was no discrepancy. I really need to know how long does this AT&T hiring process takes. I have a star in training date of January 13, 2014 and I wanted to know when will they contact me or how long does it take them to contact me to know if I gotten the job or not
Bluetea 3 days ago
I have been presented a job offer and can't remember the precise dates of my employment at a company that is no longer in business, how exactly will the Hire Right background check service confirm my employment in this case? Tax record?