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What is the interview process like at AT&T?

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  • It was mostly behavioral interview questions and some customer service role playing.

  • Very involved interview

  • I was offered a position thru a temp service who submitted my application and resume on my behalf. I did a phone interview (was supposed to be Zoom) with the hiring manager. I was not told when I'd hear back, but expecting 1-2 weeks. The recruiting company reached out to me via e-mail.

  • Phone interview

  • Since COVID-19 is around, I did 2 video interviews and a phone interview. So total 3 interviews. I got done with the interviews and got hired in a week and a half. The first interview is basically introducing yourself to the company. The second interview you recorded your answers to 7 questions. The third interview was talking to a manager on there phone, you answered a few questions and did a little role playing. Overall, it was fairly easy!

  • Be ready to know the product at company

  • 3 interviews
    1) Phone

    2) Panel

    3) One on One

    4) Offer of employment

    I got my offer of employment at the end of my 3rd interview

  • This some kind of role play at the interview, toured the place it was nice but definitely a waste of dam time!!!

  • The interview process was elective!

  • Very laid back interview. Was reading from a cue card with questions. They could not deviate from the questionnaire presented to them by corp office. basic questions and not truly identifying with you and themselves

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