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I sent my application may 11th 2019 on May 13th they sent me an email to do the video interview. I did it the next day,may 17th they sent me another email saying I’m still in the running for employment and to be patient as they continue the process. May 27th they had me come in for a face to face interview and got a phone call June 5th that I have the job! I start June 26th! did my back ground Check paper work yesterday and doing my drug screen tomorrow! has been a smooth process, everyone is so friendly!

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Either technologically improve Direct TV or get rid of it.

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My Personal Experience, Yes, AT&T, has the right and they exercise that right,to randomly drug test you,any given time of any day,when you arrive at work or during that day of work you can be notified to go get tested,you do so.....ASAP

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Good luck getting weekends and holidays. As the fresh meat tthats all you'll have until you have a few years or somehow they hire someone after you

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They vary. usual 5 week training course with exams.

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1st month full at risk. 2nd month half at risk. 3rd month quarter at risk. For the latter 2 months, responsible for 50% then 75% of your at risk.

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When I started you had to travel but from what I hear now it's all computer based

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