19 questions about Training at AT&T
Do you get paid commission while In training?Yes you get paid commission while in training. I can’t speak for all locations but at the call center for Leverage Sales position, you get a $600 weekly commission with your hourly pay.
Asked August 19, 2017
Answered August 19, 2017
Are there flexible schedules that would allow for training and also work during morning Mon-Friday or Weekend if not full time?Not a flexible schedule
Asked June 21, 2017
Answered June 21, 2017
What hours are the training classes once hiredThey vary. usual 5 week training course with exams.
Asked December 11, 2016
Answered December 11, 2016
For training do you do it in the store or do you have to travel to do itWhen I started you had to travel but from what I hear now it's all computer based
Asked June 28, 2017
Answered June 28, 2017
Is the training local ? Or they send you somewhere else ?Local training
Asked January 25, 2018
Answered January 25, 2018
As a retail sales consultant, how long is training and is it typically in store or out of town?It changes all the time and is now done mainly in the store you're hired in.
Asked November 14, 2017
Answered November 14, 2017
What are the chances that I'll get a morning shift after completing training?Extremely unlikely
Asked January 8, 2018
Answered January 8, 2018
Where will training take place if your from MichiganIt depends on class sizes. Training in North Carolina, Maryland or Wisconsin
Asked January 21, 2017
Answered January 21, 2017
As a new hire, do I have to travel for training?It depends on the job title, but yes there could be traveling involved for training.
Asked November 27, 2018
Answered November 27, 2018
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