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Working At T-Mobile

Our culture of shared success comes from an unrelenting focus on people – customers AND employees. Your first responsibility: be yourself.

How employees describe working at T-Mobile

I feel like this is my family.

Review from Customer Support Dept

Great to be working at a company the values its customer and employees

its a great company to work for but retail misleads our customers dishonestly by adding items customers are not aware that causes an issue that customers call in to complain or discontinue service

Review from Customer Support Dept

Free tuition for school each year

Review from Design Dept

Inclusive and at the top of their game.

Review from Finance Dept
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What it's like to work at T-Mobile

  • T-Mobile employees generally work 8.9 hrs a day
  • Employees at T-Mobile report the work pace is comfortably fast
  • On a typical day, employees at T-Mobile have 4+ meetings
  • 90% of T-Mobile employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
  • T-Mobile employees most often take 20-30 paid vacation and sick days each year
  • 69% of T-Mobile employees report they are happy with their work life balance
  • T-Mobile employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Every Week
  • 86% of T-Mobile employees call their work environment positive

Q&A With T-Mobile Employees

Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • They like him. I have never had an interaction with him so, I have no judgement. They do treat the employees well. Again the could improve on recognizing more.

  • The CEO is loved. He is smart enough to surround himself with other smart people and allow them to do their jobs

  • LOVE our CEO. I love that he listens to customers AND employees.

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Top Employee Response

    Dress to impress. While T-Mobile's dress code is casual, always dress to impress for the interview.

  • Be professional

  • Dress to impress! A suit is never a bad thing.

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Health Insurance, Paid time off, Annual Stock Grant, Annual Bonus, Discount on Phone service, 401K Match, ESPP

  • For FTE, 19 days PTO, employee paid health, vision, dental, lt disability and Sr disability

  • About everything

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Top Employee Response

    We're friendly but not really close. Too much scrambling to get stuff done quickly without vetting the need or if the new request will benefit the user or the company. We are in the midst of some growing pains and trying to expand the team without completely understanding how that will work from a management and process standpoint.

  • Very well, I consider some of them my very close friends.

  • I don’t know them on a personal level. But I love my team on a team level. It’s a different environment at work. You can let go of your personal self and enjoy your time at work! The music is playing, excited about sales, promotions and getting customers hype about what we offer them! It’s like the best job ever and your team is just as hype. So you just have fun.

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Not bad for the most part. It has its days, but what job doesn't.

  • Hectic

  • At our location it is slow, due to the area closing down. But when customers come in, the excitement starts

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Answer in STAR or SBO methodology- don’t allow opportunity for follow-up questions; in their eyes that means you did not answer the prompt appropriately or adequately.

  • Just be you, they value that very much

  • Just be yourself, smile, be comfortable! Cause if your comfortable your great personality will show and that is what they are looking for. Out going, bubbly with a social great personality type

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • 30 minutes to 1 hour

  • An hour

  • 25-45 min

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Asked to the Sales Department at T-Mobile

  • Top Employee Response

    Competitive. Commission structure is generous. Most employees earn between $1000-$1300 monthly in commission, which is on top of their hourly pay. There are quite a few earning $2000+ tho too.

  • Horrible place to work no money

    Answered 22 days ago

  • Fun and great job with great benefits commission and hourly

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Top Employee Response

    Yearly plus annual bonus.

  • I bonus once a month working at the T-Mobile customer service call center.

  • We get raises?

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Top Employee Response

    Background checks is a yes. Drug testing I don’t remember.

  • Background check only

  • yes

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Be more fair with bonuses beteeen different departments. Reward tenure with more then a yearly gift card or 5 year prize. Tenured reps deserve more than 3% more than a new hirer.

  • We need more recognition. Don't get me wrong we get recognized a lot. But it's almost always if you get this, we will do this for you. Every now and then it would be nice to hear we are doing this just to say thank you. No catch, no goal to meet, just plain old thank you.

  • I wouldn’t change the Culture I would change the Commission structure and hourly pay!!!!!!!

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Very positive

  • Awesome

  • Good. Recruiter at the time was not very good with staying on top of communication. I had no clue what time I was supposed to be there or who I was reporting to until the day before I started.

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Mock customer support

  • Basic information questions

  • Talk about being a family. They are too quick to freak out if a month is slow

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • You earn PTO hours per month. Typically earn around 3 to 5 hours per pay period. You can also carry up to 80 hours (currently, maybe change to 40 hours) of unused PTO time to the following year. You also get a floating holiday to use per year.

  • Mobile one has no vacation policy. No PTO.

  • The best! You get time every other week and can use straight out of training.

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • I am able to utilize my talents and teach my experience and best practices to develop my reps.

  • The actual sales part in interaction with a customer

  • The benefits!

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • I would never leave this company. The work is hard and by all means, frustrating, but the company is growing. As long as nothing is decreasing, t-mobile will continue to raise the bar.

  • Sinking SHIP

  • VERY good! The sky is the limit!

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Once a month.

  • Once a Year at Manager Discretion

  • Typically yearly

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Once a year.

  • VERY HARD

  • It's somewhat common. The culture is to promote from within first

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • 70% company wide, varies from org/dept

  • Change to Contractor and you can work from anywhere

  • Depends on the team and manager

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Very, friendly, supportive, and helpful

  • Awesome! I love my team !

  • Just crazy enough. Super caring, super kind, super competitive

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • The store manager on the first interview then on the second one you will meet the DM

  • Recruiter, 3 coaches and manager. 2 weeks.

  • District manager One week

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • We have team outings?

  • Did not have any team outings

  • Normally eating

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Asked to the Sales Department at T-Mobile

  • 50 hours as leadership. The vibe is what you make it!

  • Always stressed. Constantly worried about numbers. Never worried about the customer. Just as long as numbers are hit. 35-40 hours per week

  • Pretty positive overall. It's a fun environment. Part-time typically works 20-25 hours per week. Full-time (which you have to earn) typically works 32-36 hours per week.

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Asked to the Customer Support Department at T-Mobile

  • Very good, 40 hrs

  • 40+ hours a week. Usually have opportunities for overtime. Positive up beat environment. Usually music playing.

  • Relaxed and laid back I work 4X10s there are many other options available this is the one that works best for me.

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Asked to all employees at T-Mobile

  • Apply for a role you have education and experience in.

  • Get reffered

  • Any sales experience is a plus! Or customer service!!! Make sure to take your resume into the store after you apply.

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64% of T-Mobile employees would encourage their friends to become coworkers, whereas 14% are neutral and 22% would not recommend working at T-Mobile to their friends.

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