Working for AT&T
if u can get in an area that doesn't send landline... u will be fine ... all these landlind quotas are unneccessary .... i seen too many GOOD reps that missed a few landline quotas but crushed gross ads and features for wireless get canned due to these ridiculous landline quotas ...
i can't stress enough ... if your happy where u are at STAY THERE.....
ATT doesn't care for their employees like Cingular did and the Union is a joke..... !
What do you mean the union is a joke?? Don't you have a wage progression scale that means you get a raise regardless of your quotas? Isn't the point of a sales job to make quotas for the company? While I agree that the employer/employee relationship needs work, that is what the labor union is there for. What do you think you'd be facing if not for the hard work of your bargaining team that got us our most recent contract?
Also, having a union means you have a voice in the workplace...after all, YOU are the union...I am the union. The union is not some ethereal entity that no one ever sees. If you need an adv...
If you need an advocate, you have one in your steward. This is my first time being in a union job and I dont think I'll ever go to a non-union job again.
So you believe someone else has you best interest at heart more than you? I don't believe that for one minute.
https://careers.verizonwireless.com/psp/erphrprd/EMP ... »
http://www.reuters.com/article/pressRelease/idUS1087 ... »
You really don't have any idea what you are saying.
That is the theme of your posts. You are a waste.
Yeah, thats why they never have any problems with strikes and all. Verizon pays more and has the best benefits of any network.
Never have any problems with strikes? So instead employees can be pushed and shoved with no defense? That sounds great! Corporations are not people, they do not have feelings. Unions force them to act as humane as possible.
More blanket, bs, biased, and untrue statements from our favorite troll.
If you want to work for another wireless network, check out Verizon.
Welcome back, troll. Thanks again for making another post about Verizon that no one gives a s*** about, and where's your invite by the way?
They have the best pay and benefits out of anyone.
Both companies start out around $38K a year for sales reps, market dependent. Verizon uses a weighted-at-risk dollar amount for all targets on their commission structure, whereas AT&T has no maximum for activations and upgrades. Verizon benefits start at day 1, AT&T at 90 days, but AT&T gives you ramp up commission for your first 3 months IN ADDITION to what you sell, so this more than pays for these mi...
No matter who you talk to, peo...
Training : The initial training with AT&T is pretty amazing. I had to travel about 300 miles for training in another state. The training lasted two weeks ( with a week in store separating the two weeks ). The company paid the dime for all my training costs. These costs include hotel room, rental car, gas, and even paid for ALL food expenses. Just some napkin math put their total training costs at over 220...