Top Workplaces: Telecommunications firm is No. 2 large workplace - Albuquerque Journal

Top Workplaces: Telecommunications firm is No. 2 large workplace

T-Mobile staff members celebrate with Storehouse New Mexico staff after raising more than $13,000 to help patch and repair the food pantry’s parking lot. (Courtesy of The Storehouse New Mexico)

Rank: No. 2, large workplace category.

Description: T-Mobile US is a publicly owned wireless communication firm founded in 1998 and based in Bellevue, Washington. The firm employs 1,274 people at its 18 New Mexico locations, and has ranked on the Top Workplaces list for nine years.

From the Organization: “Our employees enjoy the people they work with; our flexible, fun, values-based culture, and our results-oriented environment where they have the opportunity to take on new challenges and drive them to success,” company leaders wrote. “Our employees contribute to our company in different ways, but we all share a commitment to helping customers and each other. Our diversity and teamwork make for an atmosphere where collaboration, contributions, and innovative ideas are valued.”

From the Employees: “I am surrounded by people who work really hard at what they do,” one employee wrote. “Everyone is positive, even when things get stressful. I feel like a valued member of the team. It is evident that they love their jobs, which makes a huge difference. My immediate supervisors are great to work with. I absolutely love the environment that I work in. Being a Veteran and working for other companies has always been hard. Trying to fit in anywhere after the military is hard. I don’t have that problem here at T-Mobile.”

 


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