Diversified Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC
BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC provides wire-line telecommunication services to the residential and commercial communities in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Its services include local exchange, network access, and long distance services. The company installs, maintains, and provides telecommunications facilities and services for use by DOE and its contractors. The company’s customers are the small and complex businesses, and network and carrier services businesses. BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC was formerly known as South Central Bell Telephone Company and changed its name to BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC...
675 West Peachtree Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30375
Founded in 1968
Key Executives for BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC
Chief Financial Officer and Controller
Assistant Vice President of National Regulatory Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
BellSouth Telecommunications, LLC Key Developments
AT&T, Inc. Announces Board Changes
Aug 6 13
AT&T announced that Joelle Phillips has been named president of AT&T Tennessee. Phillips most recently served as general attorney for AT&T Tennessee. Former AT&T Tennessee President Gregg Morton has been appointed President of AT&T Southeast Region with leadership responsibility for Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, North Carolina and Louisiana. As president of AT&T Tennessee, Phillips will work closely with community and business leaders, elected officials and others at AT&T to continue to bring advanced communications technologies, including mobile 4G LTE and other broadband services, to consumers and businesses. In addition to her responsibilities in the company, Phillips has also been very involved in community and charitable activities.
AT&T Kentucky Names Hood Harris as New President
Aug 5 13
AT&T Inc. has selected Hood Harris as president of AT&T Kentucky. He most recently served as AT&T's deputy regional vice president of public affairs in Atlanta. Harris replaces former president Mary Pat Regan of the company, who was appointed assistant vice president of national regulatory services in May. As president of the company, Harris will be responsible for the company's local, state and federal government relations in Kentucky. In his most recent position with AT&T, Harris directed the company's public affairs efforts in the southeastern United States, including implementation of key legislative and regulatory initiatives, according to the release.
A Nashville Man Files $1.5 Million Complaint against AT&T, Inc. and Bellsouth Telecommunications
Apr 5 13
A Nashville man filed a $1.5 million complaint against AT&T, Inc. and BellSouth Telecommunications in U.S. District Court in Nashville on April 3 for disclosing that he has HIV and then later firing him. Eric L. Joyner says his firing from BellSouth in August 2009 came after a long battle of harassment and embarrassment from fellow co-workers after he revealed his condition to his supervisor in the fall of 2007. Joyner had been working for BellSouth (which merged with AT&T in 2007) as a customer service representative since 2005. Joyner applied for and was granted several months' leave in 2007 under the Family and Medical Leave Act for a serious prostate condition. That fall, his supervisor approached him and told him that her fellow supervisors were considering firing him for his medical condition. That's when he told her about his prostate problem and that he has HIV. Disclosure of his condition was followed by harassment by Joyner's supervisor. It says she told co-workers about his condition and that Joyner may be homosexual. Joyner reported to the BellSouth hotline about his supervisor's actions and the complaint speculates that his call led to her demotion and suspension. Joyner applied for FMLA again because of emotional distress and was placed on short-term disability after being admitted to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in July 2008. In 2009, Joyner was ordered by his physicians to rest under FMLA because of his emotional state. After three weeks in the hospital, he then filed a charge to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for disability discrimination and retaliation by BellSouth. In August 2009, after another FMLA stint, BellSouth fired Joyner for excessive absences and tardiness.
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