Pros: great healthcare, dental, and money.
Cons: work schedules
AT&T call center is always changing. What I mean by that is the products and services are always changing as well as the floor you are on. You will always have different managers, get to know all of your peers at one point in the history of working there. The team of workers you will be with are always going to be your go to point. Your going to have managers too but with this job you will have fun getting to know what it is like to be on a team that cheers for success. I would have to say that in this specific call center we actually have huge, and tiny hand clappers to celebrate our achievements on what we do, say, and even how we feel on each and every one of our calls. Even our managers do it. Though the toughest part about the job are the work hours. I work late every night, getting only 2 days off during the week. Now I know that is not bad, but trust me, it does get annoying to have to get a shift that you do not desire.