Feedback

AT&T

Answers about AT&T experiences

RSS Feed

11 - 20 of 103

Tracy Zichella

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

Professional, educated and well spoken... Pass company testing (educational and psychological)

Posted @ 08:56AM, December 01, 2009 by Tracy Zichella

robert gibson

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

Know somebody within.

Posted @ 12:42PM, October 13, 2009 by robert gibson

Charles Gerris

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

Hard work and determination. Hired directly out of college. Able to communicate sensitively and efficiently across cultural divides. Strong ability to build and manage customer relationships. Team leadership skills complimented by high personal energy.

Posted @ 08:49AM, September 21, 2009 by Charles Gerris

Betsy Clarke,  SPHR, GPHR

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

Obtained and refined HR Skill set

Posted @ 07:34AM, June 12, 2009 by Betsy Clarke, SPHR, GPHR

Doug Donovan

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

Getting 100% on their technical test.

Posted @ 10:10AM, March 30, 2009 by Doug Donovan

Carolyn Kelly

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

I believe their phone assessment test is the key factor. The test showed the ability to take in information, use the information in a competent manner, as well as the ability to listen and talk with customers.

Posted @ 09:23AM, February 25, 2009 by Carolyn Kelly

Harold Nowlin

What are the most challenging aspects of your job at AT&T?

The most challenging aspects to my job at AT&T was being able to break down the ordering process to analyze delays in a customer service orders, and to understand the multitude of data bases that work with each other to allow for service orders to be placed. From the OSP Engineering work prints in OPTI-NT that feed the various databases from Aotl to Granite to FACS to the various business office application.... read more

Posted @ 09:01PM, February 18, 2009 by Harold Nowlin

Harold Nowlin

How would you describe what you did at AT&T?

From starting as a directory assistance operation to working in construction as a splicer and lineman to ending my career in OSP Engineering. The first lesson learned was the customer is paying my salary and delivery of a service or product must be on time or delivered before the due date. This has always been my philosphy to take care of the customer. Ending my career as an OSP Engineering, I worked to design projects to meet the telecommunication needs for AT&T to ensure delivery of telecommunication services to the customer on a timely basis for todays telecommication needs and for future telecommunication needs.... read more

Posted @ 08:56PM, February 18, 2009 by Harold Nowlin

Harold Nowlin

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

High School diploma is a start, college degree is essential and area of degree is not as important. Have worked with individuals with engineering degrees, french degrees and biology degrees. Education is key. Flexiblity to work extended hours, must be will to think outside of the box and know that the customer is the individual paying your salary.... read more

Posted @ 08:51PM, February 18, 2009 by Harold Nowlin

Juanita Jaco

What's the secret to getting hired at AT&T?

AT&T will train you, but experience is key. Also a desire to work, is what the company is looking for your desire must be strong. The company will sense that.

Posted @ 09:56AM, December 02, 2008 by Juanita Jaco

11 - 20 of 103