ReadyToWork12 5 hours ago
I just got a called from my hiring manger that SSR jobs are being evaluated at the national level and that my job may not be there in the future. I already signed my job offer and my training is set for June. Anybody else get this call?
Bethyv 7 hours ago
Hello I had a few questions about the term splicing technician hiring process in California. I applied for 3 different cities on 2/7/13. On 2/21/13 I was invited to a test on 3/1/13. I passed the test and now I am just waiting for the next step. It has been 2 weeks and I haven't heard anything. Does anyone have any idea of the next process and possible timelines? Also any tips will be much appreciated.
Loveofsales510 17 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?
inneyeseakay 23 hours ago
Recently, I got a call back about a Wire Technician job from AT&T I applied for. I've already taken the aptitude test, gone to their "Real Job Preview", and taken the drug screen and physical. Yesterday, I got an email for my background check. After filling everything out to the best of my knowledge (some dates may be a little off for the older jobs), I got an email back asking about my "Self Employed" employment.
Now, this was just something I did on the side while I was finishing up my degrees in college and as such, I was paid on a job-to-job basis in cash, so I don't have any kind of W2 forms, 1099's, or whatever else to submit, which is what the HireRight email said they needed from me to "verify" this employment.
Does anyone know if not having this is going to disqualify me for the position? I feel this would be very unfair considering the amount of time I've waited and the effort I've put in to try and get this position. If anyone out there has any advice or experience with similar situation, I'd really appreciate the input.
vaughn4 1 day 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.
El 1 day ago
does anyone know?
dipset86 1 day ago
AT&T Hiring is very very very long and you have to stay EXTREMELY patient throughout the process. At time you're going to want to give up thinking "it's not gonna happen." Trust me and just stay patient and be persistent, follow up and stay in touch with the managers. I wish someone had told me these key things before I went through the process. I basically did all on my own and it finally paid off today. My last month and a half would've been stressfree as well. I had my first interview on April 7th with FOUR managers all in the same room. I nailed that interview. My second interview wasn't until almost 2 weeks later with the store manager. And finally TODAY I received my final/official job offer. I start training on June 17th in Pleasanton, CA! I heavily relied on this site while I was going through my process because at times I was starting to give up thinking I wont get a call back from AT&T. So I would come on here and just read through what people have written about their experiences to prepare myself for what might be next and to calm myself down. I wouldn't mind helping any one of you because I know what the impatient feeling is like. lol. I had a few "roadblocks" throughout my process as well as with background check, so getting hired on wasn't as easy for me as I might have made it sound.
ATT JMP 1 day 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?
Jrbury 2 days ago
I am considering a splicing technician position at ATT. The position is a term position that will last from year to three years. It concerns me that this is a term position rather than permanent. I asked if there would generally be other openings after the term is over the the recruiter said he had no way of knowing. How does this generally work at ATT, are you just out of a job when the term is over or do they hire you again if you are in good standing?
Ddaragjati 5 days ago
To give you a summary. I graduated from HS in June of this year and I'd been filling out applications upon the hundreds. I didn't have any prior work experience but I had A LOT of volunteer hours (over 2000) and numerous awards.
I filled out the application for a customer service rep for AT&T at the local call center as soon as I saw it posted. This is a job chance you shouldn't put off or wait on. The benefits are amazing. I filled out my application with 100% honesty. I didn't try and over exaggerate my abilities or make myself seem better than I was. The HR department in Cali (I live in FL) reviewed it rather quickly and got back to me the same night and scheduled me for a teleconference a few days later.
The teleconference is an absolute must and you really learn a lot about the position you're applying for and the company from it. It also helps a lot if you can stay tuned with the online portion of it as well but it's not mandatory. About 20 people were a part of mine and I didn't say anything special or try to make conversation with the host. The host is there to teach you not to answer personal questions. Towards the end of the conference I was asked (amongst others) to choose a time for scheduled testing at the local call center.
I chose to take mine 3 days after the conference at 1 in the afternoon.
We were a group of about 16 and only 5 were dressed to the standards of business casual and 2 of us (one older gentleman and I) were dressed business formal. The others were wearing a T-shirt,jeans and either sandals or sneakers (one was wearing an oversized T-shirt with holes and plaid shorts) To me first impressions are everything and even if it's just testing you should dress to impress. I also think it's a big plus to show up early like I did to make sure you get a seat and don't wind up standing awkwardly against the wall which is a given that you were late or not early enough.