Few companies hold such a singular place in the history of American innovation or play such a pivotal role in its infrastructure. Still, staffers say it’s “not intimidating” and that they can “bring their whole selves to work.” AT&T also invests big in its people, spending $250 million a year on training and $30 million on tuition assistance.
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