When it comes to telephone and mobile services, AT&T sits as the second largest provider. It is the largest telecommunication company which is the largest provider when it comes to fixed telephone services. The company is multinational with its headquarters in Dallas.
This public company was founded in 1983 and has grown and prospered ever since. Its revenue has, however, decreased by US$160.71 billion in the third quarter of 2017. Since the company is so large and spread around the United States, there are around 256,000 employees all around the country.
With the growth of the company, it would be hard to believe that the hardworking employees are not behind the success. To award its employees, AT&T provides a lot of employee benefits such as the following:
- In addition to the competitive pay that AT&T provides, it also offers other monetary benefits for its employees.
- Vision, dental and overall medical insurance is available not only for the employees but for their families too.
- Employees get exclusive discounts on various AT&T products and on sports and other events’ tickets.
- ARSP or AT&T Retirement Saving Plan is AT&T’s way of looking after its employees’ future.
- In addition to ordinarily paid holidays, AT&T also provides paid time off so that employees can handle their personal activities without the stress of getting their salary deducted.
- Eligible employees can also apply for and receive reimbursement for their tuition fees.
A lot of training and development opportunities are available.
AT&T and Felons
It might be the harsh reality of the world, but AT&T isn’t known for being felon-friendly when it comes to hiring. However, they look at each case and some ex-convict might even be hired.
Usually, those felons who get a job at AT&T are hired at lower level positions. This is because hiring people from target groups provide a break from tax with the Labor Department’s Work Opportunity Tax Program.
Felons who have not committed an act of violence stand a better chance at getting a job than those whose offense was violent. This doesn’t mean that AT&T would hire them if there are other candidates available.
If the criminal act was committed seven years before, the felon might get a chance to be hired in one of its offices.
Find jobs and apply at http://att.jobs/careers.