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I voluntarily resigned. Unfortunately.....my 60 year old Mother is diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease. I had no choice but to become a full time care giver to her.

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The Computer generated program of Questions and Answers is inadequate and long.
You show that your an honest hard worker and then you get an email that your not qualified,
Even though your work history and resume show other wise.
Sorely disappointed

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I filled out an app w/ skills test (7/7/18). I had a video interview (7/9/18). I had a face to face interview (7/17/18). I received a conditional job offer (7/20/18) with a start date (8/20/18). I was officially an AT&T employee on 7/26/18. My start date is (8/20/18). In total it took about 3 weeks.

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Terrible benefits. I'm on my husband's insurance because ours is so terrible. I was paying $152 a month for us to basically not have insurance because the deductible was $4000 a year. So, we had to spend $4000 out of pocket, including prescriptions, before our insurance would kick in and pay anything. After that, they would pay 90%. Who spends $4000 a year unless they're sick?
The vision insurance was better than his is though.

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That's all going to depend on who your supervisor is. There are several that micro manage to the point you want to scream. It was a good company to work for but they keep no secrets about their ongoing surpluses.

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I went directly to there website, uploaded resume and received a call for an interview time.

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Better working environment and treatment of employees. Could receive 10 fold in return. Higher more people to lessen the load and stress of employees

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You have to be 18. I was hired in when I was 20.

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It depends on how long you have been with the company.

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Ive worked for the company since 2000. My plan was to retire with the company but our VP flew in 2 weeks before Christmas to offer us all voluntary termination packages. And 3 months prior moved us to a call center the company owned and gave us all a $1000 bonus aso we felt some security but that would soon fall short. I come from Legacy T which is the old company back when AT&T was a very proud company that honored all its employees. We all made our numbers, we were all celebrated, and one objective didn't rule your entire scorecard. Management has been made to micromanage on the hour, every hour to monitor results, and so much focus on call flow, makes the customers feel like we aren't listening to them when we follow it. The company is poorly managed. I have the same hours as the new hires after 18 years, still close, still work on Saturday's. So yes, I did accept the package. Now I have to reenter the workforce a little timid but I will make sure the next company appreciates the level of service I give.

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