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I worked at AT&T (More than 3 years)
1. Was treated and accepted as an AT&T full-time employee even though I was a consultant.
2. Worked remotely accept occasionally when I needed to be onsite for a specific reason.
New proposal management in 2014 believed quantity of proposals was more important than quality of proposals.
Advice to Management
Management has already taken the correct steps by removing the current Director of Proposal Operations and replacing with a more qualified individual. Should see drastic improvement in win rate as a result.
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I applied in-person. I interviewed at AT&T (Vienna, VA (US)).
Sent in my resume, waited a few weeks, was telephone interviewed, was called in for an interview, participated in a 1 on 1 interview with the Director. Received an offer letter, began in-processing. Benefits are excellent so processing in involves a great deal of paperwork, prior to starting work.