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What is the interview process like?

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10/5/2018- Applied for Install Tech
10/5/2028-Prompted to take a test, passed, then asked to take another.
10/6/2018-Got email saying I passed second test then was asked to complete a virtual interview. I did so that day.
10/12/2018-Received an email to choose a time to attend a RJP/PTA aka an interview.
10/18/2018-Attended RJP/PTA had two interviews.
10/18/2018-Received offer pending completion of the background and drug test. Also directed to HireRight to fill out background info. Then received offer letter with start date (11/9/2018), and weekly pay.
10/22/2018-Took drug test and did my weight. Now waiting for background and AT&T approval to start on 11/9/2018.

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AT&T is the worst place to work according to people who used to work there. Interviews are long and torturing and the pay and benefits are not so good.

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It can be a very long and drawn out process. You never know if you’re moving forward in the process or just being strung along. One day your status will say “you’re still in the running” and the next it will say “complete” and you will be searching through forums trying to understand what “complete” even means. So if you apply it’s best to do so while you still have a job or if you do not absolutely need the job in the next few months.

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Not bad at all. I filled out an app on (7/9/18) at&t careers and took a skills test. Within a couple of days (7/11/18), I received an email in which I had to do a video interview and then I was called to do a face to face interview (7/13/18) a couple days after that. The face to face interview (7/17/18) was not hard at all. In the interview, the hiring manager will perform a couple of prompts with you in which they will act as a customer calling in a problem/situation and you will have to solve that problem/situation. I was emailed again on (7/19/18) with a Conditional job offer call for the next day (7/20/18). The Conditional job offer is the amount you will get paid and drug/background check (on the background check put everything down there). My hire date was 8/20/18 on the condition of my drug/background checks being approved. On 7/26/18 I received a call confirming that I was a new AT&T employee and my start date on 8/20/18 My advice is to just be yourself in the video/face to face interviews read/listen to the questions and think before you answer them. If you have it you have it if you don't you just don't. Also, read all the quick tips on the at&t careers website and take advantage of all the resources they have they have a lot. If you do all these things like me you will become part of the AT&T family.

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Very friendly and open to conversation, but it's difficult to know what they really are after. Even with plenty of experience under your belt, it may not be worth much value, so you really need to impress them.

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It was actually pretty easy.

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The interview was a bit intimidating to me, however, it had nothing to do with how the interviewer spoke with me. It was me being nervous, and trying to not look nervous.

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The interview process was three parts and overall a good process

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Interview process was thorough and not overwhelming.

Answered - National Business Services Analyst (Former Employee) - Paramus, NJ

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2 tests during application
Phone Interview
Interview in person

Answered - Retail Sales Consultant (Former Employee) - Roswell, NM

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