ADMINSTRATIVE CLERK (Current Employee) – San Pedro, CA – October 4, 2017
Working for the City of Los Angeles has been an amazing experience. A typical day at work is making sure I implement all the required task necessary. I'm grateful for the staff that I work with and my supervisors have been my mentors. The hardest part of my job is only working 4 hours a day and completing tasks in such a small amount of time. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that I got a difficult task done and efficiently.
Assistant Director (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 12, 2017
Working for the City of LA was a big mistake in my part. People think that they have job security but they don't. Your supervisor and union will lie to you about everything. Theirs no company culture.
It's a dog world working for the Cityt where so many top dogs are fighting to see who's the boss while the ant workers do all the work with no appreciation. From the GM to the low end Supervisors, they tend to take advantage of the system by hardly working and taking more than 2-4 hours lunch.
Most Park directors come to work 2 days out the weeks and sign their time sheet like if they worked all week. Park Directors claim that they will work weekends and they never do. The city of L.A made me realize that people who work for the government are incompetent and have no moral value and no loyalty when it comes to your job.
no company culture, no appreciation, to many bosses and no work done.
Strength and Conditioning Coach (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 7, 2015
A typical day at work was getting to the park and start programming for children when they got there after school. I learned how to work with all kinds of children. I had amazing coworkers. I've always enjoyed working with children