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LilithV in Summerville, South Carolina

43 months ago

I understand that its probably not the most ideal position and I understand the making an offer on every call that comes through. I've come to the conclusion that I would be okay with that. You have to understand, after basically not finding a decent paying job for 2 years after graduating college this is pretty much a godsend. I'd rather just do this for now, build up the customer service experience and get a job elsewhere. I've have friends who work there who while they enjoy the job will admit its hard work. I'd rather have a decent paying job with benefits than one with sh*t pay and none. I can tough it out, lol.

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LilithV in Summerville, South Carolina

43 months ago

Seraph23, pending a background check I have the job as a Rep, I would love to connect with you since I would be working at the Charleston Call Center!

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former mobile employee in Spring Hill, Florida

42 months ago

This place blows to work for ever shrinking commission ever increasing sales metrics. Don't push data on a customer you get written up. Don't get the optional insurance that we are trained mind you TRAINED to tell them it isn't optional or they have to take it before they leave the store. You get written up. Don't get small business acts every month you will get written up (we were told on our days off to go to local businesses to drum up sales) don't sell at least 2/3k accessories every month (which T-Mobile has the highest priced accessories out of any carrier I've seen so far) you will get written up if your not part of the clique in the store you manager will find a way to get you fired be through false customer complaints, fudging numbers etc. You WILL be let go what will happen is you will be sat down in a room and told you ethier sign this paper, in which case you will loose your good standing with the company ( which means you will loose your commission, the ability to enter contest and win contest 401k benefits etc. For three months in which if you don't hit every metric even if your off by one percent your fired on the spot. You agree that your employment is at will which means if the manger doesn't like the colour of your socks he/she can fire you for it. You are given the paper mid month so there is no possible way to meet these metrics. By the end of month as they inflate you quota. You are told your better off quitting so you can apply to tmobile in the future you are sat down by your manager and hr who basically forces you to sign a letter of resignation when you go to apply for unemployment as happened in my case tmobile will lie and say they never said it was either quit or get fired and you were never on probation and they have no idea why you quit. When you go to ask for the paper work hr and the manager will lie to you and tell you everything you clearly remember signing doesn't exist. T-Mobile's turn over rate is something like 68% that is beca

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former T-Mobile employee in Spring Hill, Florida

42 months ago

That is because you are also advised by management to do un ethical things to keep your job but if you get caught management will throw you under the bus to cover themselves and if you refuse to do unethical things or refuse to slam people with things they don't want or need you will be on a fast track to get fired. My advice as an employee of almost a year who was grossly miss treated by this company and who put up with back stabbing co workers who are no better then sharks to a drop of blood in water is to run hard runs fast and never look back refusing a position at this company is the best thing you can ever do for yourself look to one of the other carriers instead quitting was the best choice I ever made

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tibbi in Clemson, South Carolina

42 months ago

Do you get full time hours at T-Mobile?

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seraph23 in Goose Creek, South Carolina

42 months ago

Yes you get full time 40+ hours per week. I was recently promoted to the Resource Planning department and we offer overtime every day of the week (@ 1.5x pay). Lilith come by RP on the second floor if you need any help with anything once you're here.

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lory7 in Birmingham, Alabama

20 months ago

I recently got a job as a sales rep, I've heard good things about working at the call center. could anyone advise me on how to go about transferring? do they require you to stay at your position for a while before transferring or should i just go ahead and contact hr to inquire if there's an opening available?

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Jasmyne in Kenner, Louisiana

15 months ago

jaybo in Richardson, Texas said: You are absolutely correct. TM has the most two-faced, hypocrites in the industry. Stick Together? There is no loyalty unless you are in the clique. Awful place to work contrary to the Big 5 BS about striving to be Best Place to Work

I worked there as well the worst place to work for if you are not interested he cliques then you can forget about being helped period they don't stick together on anything that place was so bad I had to see a psychiatrist

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Samantha Martin in Hurricane, Utah

13 months ago

I was fired from T-mobile about 8-9 months ago where I used to live. I now live in another state and want to apply to the T-mobile here. Will I be able to get re hired with them? And is T-mobile one of the companies that participates in the "blacklist" or "non-rehire" list?

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