Hello everyone. I was wondering if the 2020 building closure list still exists. I saw it a few years back for 2020, but can not locate it now. Please help if someone still has that list. Thank you.
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The call center I work at lost several managers (last day next week) calls are spotty at most and etime comes early. Smh. I am not sure if my center is closing or they are just revamping but we are all concerned there,
Guys and gals, this is a layoff board and a valuable tool for many of us. Stop the vague posts. If there are big layoffs in the future and you are privy to the departments get the brunt, chirp up. This isn't a site to be vague and have people ask a... read more
:) Anyone else would?
The bottom-line question: AT&T, a low-growth company, sees TW as a potential growth engine, but will it invest the big bucks needed for TW to compete in the Netflix/Amazon universe? unlikely, Now AT&T, a $240 billion enterprise, has essentially... read more
You should start heading tomorrow through the end of the month if your department is being hit but I’m aware of quite a few departments that will either be completely closed or severely reduced in headcount.
Southeast center had back to back calls for 8 months but now our Calls are 5 minutes apart and getting Etime. A rumor 3 months ago said our center would be closing within a year. I'm worried.
I have a certified letter from AT&T waiting at the post office for me. What could it be?
That retroactive pay was too attractive for most employees to leave on the table. Too bad. Quick buck trumps job security.
I don't think given the operating structure there are going to be TW layoffs resulting from duplication and redundancy. Layoffs at the legacy AT&T businesses (Donovan) will continue and likely accelerate to pay for the merger. Where the TW people are... read more
AT&T let a lot of people go lately since they took over Direct-TV. Once they merged with TW, I am sure more layoffs are coming soon. Lets start looking for job before it is too late. Good luck to everyone!!!
Time Warner merger means layoffs in March 2018?
http://about.att.com/story/att_names_brian_lesser_ceo.html AT&T Names Brian Lesser CEO of New Advertising & Analytics Company OUR COMPANY / DALLAS, Texas, 5 hours agoShareFacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail AT&T* Inc. (NYSE:T) named Brian Lesser to build... read more
"For a company that claims to enhance people's lives through technology - they know nothing about life, I've seen behind their glossy and polished stainless steel exterior, I've walked through their frosted glass doors and seen a toxic management... read more
Sorry, I probably offended those in Texas, using stock symbol TX, thinking AT&T was attempting to purchase their state....Freudian slip, to the leadership in Dallas that read this thread, no offense meant, we're all sure you wouldn't never try that... read more
If you have the chance, google and read an article in "Seeking Alpha" by David Clarke which outlines Moody's impending decision to potentially "downgrade" the bond rating of T's sale of bonds (to make the purchase of TX happen). Moody's has spelled... read more
Any idea how at&t is skirting the legal means of this new practice. The Reps are told they are not to say they are there to sell and their "in" initially is to say they are there to help them with their directv. In reality, they are really there to... read more
To me, the strategy is clearly making money on advertising by leveraging customer data. Our actual products are just the means to mine this data. I've worked on some of the systems that intercept all the web traffic on the cellular network which can... read more
They are closer to a hedge fund than a viable telecommunications company. Randy and the board are constructing a shell company that buys other businesses as part of a short term strategy to maximize profits. Whats missing is an interest in running a... read more
it seems like at&t is solely concentrated on wireless, tech, and content. So, what will be the future role of union represented wireline employees going into the future?
I know this is probably a poor place to ask, but since I know for a fact that upper management monitors this board, (ask me how I know...on second thought, don't), this question is for you. Don't worry, it's anonymous, so no one will know who you... read more
How quick does staffing get candidates tested for pending jobs in the Midwest?
I heard of massive cuts over in outsourcing (IBM Go to Market). A friend of mine was on a call yesterday and even senior engineers are at risk for layoffs. they had the nerve to ask for volunteers. I mean if they really want people to volunteers why... read more
Two midwest retention centers have been converted to green as of Aug. what could that be about?
Trump to Randy, you are doing "really a top job" https://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news/2017/06/23/trump-to-at-t-ceo-randall-stephenson-you-didn-t.html The president of the Boy Scouts needs the Trump administration to approve his mega-merger... read more
Does this mean there will be no layoffs in 2017?
I just don't know how they can justify laying off any more Field Services technicians. The techs that do DSL and POTS repair. The majority of the 21 state footprint are operating in "service emergency" conditions. Meaning that the workload far... read more
Will there be layoffs coming the end of this year? I asked my manager and he think nothing is affecting our group for this year but maybe next year....
Just wondering if other call centers are still getting Etime?
Have you ever noticed AT “Employees don’t quit working for companies, they quit working for their bosses.” Regardless of tenure, position, title, etc., employees who voluntarily leave, generally do so out of some type of perceived disconnect with... read more
50% cut in November for all COR stores. REPS with most tenure will be let go first. Each store will have one manager and no ASM. SSR totally fazed out by November with remaining reps taking turns. Commissions will be gone with everybody making 12.00... read more
I have now seen September as the rumored month of major layoffs for AT&T on several different sites. Does anybody know if there is any credence to this rumor, or is it just wild guessing by folks? I have been nervous as it is lately, if this turns... read more