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Easy job and used to be a great place to work when I first started but made hard by management as they TARGET employees, micromanage, lie, and management doesn’t know anything.

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You have to work 6 days a week from 8 to 8, no holidays or sick days, sometimes you are forced to report only 8 hours of work even if you worked 12, if you get PTO approved your manager can take it away without explaining

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To care for my mother whose health was declining.

Answered - Startek Call Center Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) - Decatur, IL

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Like all call centers, At&t has a strict attendance policy. I got sick with the flu, lost my voice and could not talk or work for a couple of weeks; thus, I was terminated because of my attendance.

Answered - Customer Care Rep (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA

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The shifts and working every weekend

Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) - Baton Rouge, LA

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Everyone working for AT&T wants to quit, that’s the truth. Employees taking calls are open to get racist, offensive comments from customers, and Union , Managers do nothing for the employee, they say that’s part of the job. It’ s hard for a person to listen to that kind of comments.

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Not enough pay, and pay structure changes consistently

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My contract fhinish the job

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Laid off due to company reorganization

Answered - Manager of Operations (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA

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Too far of a commute for them (not me). I truly did not want to leave as I loved this company and what I did for them. Truly believed in my work and felt a sense of accomplishment every day.

Answered - Professional - Technical Process/Quality Manager (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX

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