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T-Mobile Compensation Employee Reviews

What is the best part about your compensation package?

Stok grants are phenomenal, also as a salesperson commission is nice.

Review from Sales Dept · Posted 16 days ago

Its a fair compensation I guess but could be more

Posted 20 days ago

Salary and bonus potential availability

Posted 25 days ago

salary and employee stock purchase plan

RSUs and bonus are great

Healthcare benefits are pretty good. Bonus payouts are decent as well

RSU and yearly Bonus and paid Leaves

Well balanced compensation with base, cash bonus, stock bonus, ESPP, 401k match, phone service discounts, and health savings plan. Benefits are great too.

Health benefits and amount of PTO are top notch.

Excellent Health Benefits and Stock options

Money and stocks are great they need perm work from home

The resources available to carry our a well balanced life

Pay is pretty good, but seeing a lot of employees not receive base compensation increases while executives get significant YoY increases and company reports "best quarter and year ever" is pretty terrible

Employee stock options keep employees invested in the company

PTO is enough to have time away from office and paid holidays are significantly more than the minimum.

Review from Engineering Dept

Bonus and Stock offering for all.

Review from Operations Dept

It’s better than any company in my to

Review from Sales Dept

It is super competitive! I make more than those in other callcenters

As a RAM it's mediocre. Used to be high volume incentive. Say over extending creates cash would be best part.

Insurance and paid time off.

Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?

In my department we woek hard as heck to be just thrown out lile we weren't worth anything

I am a part of a training department, we have no desk, no where to put our things. Meanwhile budgets are set aside for managers offices.

Strongly undervalued and underpaid and overworked

I know what my male colleagues make. They're not happy and I make 30% less than they do.

Review from Marketing Dept

The cost of living in seattle is astronomical compared to my wage.

They are they worst to work for

front line should be way better compensated for their efforts especially post covid where we literally risk our lives and health on a day to day

Not paid at par with industry

2.5% equity was standard where an inflation rate for 2021 was 2x that. My team pay is below mid-point of market index.

Review from Finance Dept

Actually giving us bonus on our personal work then a different on our team. Giving us benefits that help. Metrics should be the same for everyone across the board they should not be easier to make a bonus due to having one state and harder because of another. Making one team work impossible odds

I feel undervalued because on indeed its saying 15-20$ Hourly plus base while I make much less then that. A slap in the face to someone who stuck around while we shuffled through 8 different managers

Review from Sales Dept

Higher base pay would make me feel better

I wouldn't say our total compensation is in keeping with the other technology companies in the area. Base salary is but bonuses and stock awards seem pretty low in comparison. Similarly, our medical benefits are costly and we don't get a match on our 401K until after a year...

Review from Engineering Dept

Sprint approach cut costs and did not consider employees to be valuable

Pay visibility between genders is non existent

I feel i should be paid more with more benefits

Better health care prices and a little more pays off leave

No longer able to earn monthly incentives.

Gender inequality is terrible here

11 years in the same office, 20 years experience in the industry, and in a leadership role. In 2006 every single person that I compared salaries with made 25% less than I did. Since then, they have all surpassed me by 1.5X's or more. All economics taken into consideration my pay value is 1.7% less.

Review Sentiment at T-Mobile

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About T-Mobile's Compensation

A+
80/100

Where This Score Ranks T-Mobile's Compensation

TOP
5%

In the Top 5% of 1309 similar size companies on Comparably

TOP
25%

In the Top 25% of 136 companies in Seattle

1st

1st place versus 3 competitors rated on Comparably

749 employees at T-Mobile score their wages and compensation an A+ on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 72% say Yes. The Legal department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 93/100, a full 38 pts above the Customer Success department. If you want detailed data about T-Mobile's wages, see the <a href="https://www.comparably.com/companies/t-mobile/salaries">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>

Rate Compensation the Highest

  • Department - Legal
    +13%
  • Department - Operations
    +12%
  • Department - Communications
    +10%

Rate Compensation the Lowest

  • Department - Customer Success
    -25%
  • Gender - Non-Binary
    -18%
  • Tenure - Less than 1 Year
    -9%

How T-Mobile's Compensation Score is Calculated

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Every 6 months or less
4%
Every year
81%
Every 2 years
3%
Every 3 years or more
2%
Never
10%
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