Oct 1 2007
09:18 am
By: WhitesCreek  shortURL

I guess AT&T just needs some target for its Institutional Bigotry.

One more reason not to go with Cingular, I guess.

bizgrrl's picture

Not that I blame you, but

Not that I blame you, but you seem to be a little angry at AT&T lately.

I also can't imagine trying to fight (?) a company like AT&T. Kind of like trying to get the US Congress to do the right thing. Ha!

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I have a member in my family (overall family for me is a huge gothic group that numbers around 90 on any given day) that who works for AT&T, the part that used to be Cingular. What I hear from him is that everybody is treated equally no matter what. My greater concern is how when AT&T took over the work environment overall went from good to bad overnight. Quotas were doubled with less support. Management who had been managing their own schedules were put on a strange work schedule that took away flexability that had been given so long as work was done. And, this is a small thing, but money was cut for management retreats. To quote my relative, "I work for a Fortune 500 company, they can afford a one-day work retreat that includes food and a meeting room."

My guess is that it's the individual's in this situation that aren't following policy.

Pam Strickland

"We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." ~Kurt Vonnegut

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