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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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I voluntarily resigned. Unfortunately....I had to become a full time caregiver to my 60 year old Mother. That is diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimer's Disease.

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I would have still been there great pay but was pushed out by management no leadership in this company just bosses that retaliate when you don't do what they ask for. one example go door to door promote the product use your own vehicle your own gas no reimbursement and in 100+ hot weather.second example bend the truth for customers to buy your product. so much bad things but nobody says anything cuz they're afraid of losing their jobs

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Basically force retirement package or lose my job.

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Worked for AT&T 33 years. I retired.

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Job was relocated from Atlanta to Los Angeles

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Store manager at the location was racist and very nitpicking. He didn’t care about the employees. If you can’t produce great numbers you’re worthless to this company!

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I was layed off after 33 years of loyal service to ATT...I am young and vibrant 62 year old woman who works circles around the milinials but, I finally worked my way up to six figures on paper for one year and they layed me off. 2019 I would have been able to make six figures. I’m now dropped back down on the bottom at 62 years old. As for the management horror story relating to training, it’s true...they are not skilled or qualified to develop a team. They would train one person and leaned strictly on that person. I would okay that method had the knowledge been brought back to the team but, it wasn’t! So, lots of resentment and disgruntled employees.

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The victim of downsizing after one of many acquisitions. I was able to linger around for a couple years, but eventually was let go. No, there is was not assistance or offers to any other position in the company. AT&T is very "fend for yourself" with no one helping. Managers are out to protect themselves and do not look out for the best interests of their teams.

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I was notified, my position was eliminated. The day I left, another manager that possessed a different job title was sitting in my chair doing my job. AT&T leadership lies, they are immoral and unethical. The day after announcing the 85 billion dollar accusation of Time Warner, AT&T announced another Lay Off/Surplus condition and will remove more employees from their jobs.

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