Employees at AT&T think their company is growing fast enough to continue on a successful path; rating growth at AT&T 53/100. AT&T's executive team directly impacts AT&T's growth, and 52% of employees approve of the job they’re doing. Growth at AT&T can be measured by benchmarking companies’ culture metrics. AT&T ranks 5th amongst competitors like Frontier Communications and Verizon as rated by employees for each company.
There are multiple methods AT&T can use to measure their growth – here we will look at two. Goals derive from the top of the organization, and the CEO is an essential player to accomplishing these goals. AT&T employees think John T. Stankey is average at driving goals and ensuring results. Secondly, AT&T's ability to grow financially encapsules other areas of growth. From an employee’s perspective, AT&T's revenue increased 10-50% during the last year.
A Qualitative measure of AT&T's growth is employee and customer perception. AT&T's employees short term outlook is that it’ll have a poor performance. In the long term AT&T employees are optimistic about AT&T growth and future.
AT&T Employees rank the Company Outlook a C-.
AT&T is in the Bottom 35% of Companies in Dallas for Employee Outlook.