- Joined Nov 7, 2012
I start in store training at AT&T as a RSC in a couple of weeks. I know the hours will be long but I'm 24, single, and don't have any kids so I'll be fine investing most of my time within the company. Any advice?
Good lookin out.They've adjusted the comp structure so you can't really flourish like you used to.
And a lot of the stuff they carr about, won't get you paid
You'll still pull in 55k doe...
65k if you get your hustle game strong
Advice: churn customers quick... Don't be scared from service (how do I get these messages to pop up) these are money makers, and try to get that OT..
Time and a half after 40 hours.
The least I made selling for Verizon was 60K, I averaged 70K.
You can def clear 50k easily, oh and when they say its gonna be all nights and weekends when you're new, they mean it.
Also make sure you go through the different metrics to see what gets you paid vs what gets you higher rankings
I think it's all about location.
Got two homies who work at ATT and during the holidays their highest paycheck was 1300 bucks. This is in a small town though.
I can imagine that in bigger markets it might be a little better.
Worked retail for 4 years. Technically 6. It really made me hate people (for the most part)... but also made more social.
Never again though.
Part timers can only work between 28-36 hours...Are there part time opening for this?
Verizon's reimbursement plan is better...The least I made selling for Verizon was 60K, I averaged 70K.
I'd imagine all corporate owned for Verizon or AT&T gigs pay the same.
Get in and get out. I used to joke it was like selling drugs because you get trapped by the money and benefits and can't get out.
Use your tuition reimbursement get a degree and skate.
I can't speak for AT&T per se' but if you grind and have an education you can get out of retail pretty quick.
It's a corporate store. I doubt they sucked too. I worked retail with one of them for four years and the other for a few months. They were some of the best.Best times to work
Did they work at a corporate store?
Or a third party affiliate?
The lowest zone's comp minimum was $900... And they adjust it depending on the traffic
If you have 100 gross adds at a mega store, then whatevs. If you have 100 gross ads in some Podunk town, you rack up
Sounds like they worked at a 3rd party affiliate that didn't give commission
Or they just sucked
Congrats man with the job! Just actually hit my 1 year with ATT in March of this year. I am also an RSC in Houston.I start in store training at AT&T as a RSC in a couple of weeks. I know the hours will be long but I'm 24, single, and don't have any kids so I'll be fine investing most of my time within the company. Any advice?
Best advice i've been taught is talk to the customer! its called FORBump.
I was initially supposed to start training May 7 which lasted all the way till May 29th but I got a call early on last week and was told to start in store training this week which I've been doing the past five days. I've learned A LOT during this past week and getting a better understanding on how things flow. Getting a better understanding of Opus and applying knowledge to assess what a customer needs are my two biggest concerns, but I know that will come with time.
Can anybody who has experience as a sales rep give any advice to be a top performer?
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