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DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT Employer Reviews

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Alot less drama
Team Leader (Former Employee), Auburn, INAugust 23, 2013
This is where it started.... life was good. There was not as much drama at this level of employment.
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Productive,Fun place to work
Clerk (Former Employee), Indianapolis, INJune 21, 2013
A typical work day consist of typing letters regarding claimants receiving unemployment. Which the letter would advise the claimant if she/he would be eligible for unemployment benefits. I learned some ins/outs in the unemployment field. Management was a pleasure to work with. The co-workers were a joy to be around. There wasn't anything hard about – more... the job. The most enjoyable part of the job was that you could work alone and be more productive during the day. – less
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team work was excellent everyone helped each other
Job Specialist (Former Employee), New Bedford MassachusettsSeptember 22, 2012
Pros: enjoying the different areas of the job
Cons: not being able to do the best when different situations occured
i loved working for the Dept of Workforce Development everyday was different not boring. I provided good customer service to all that I met and enjoyed working with the public. The management was very helpful and we had good team work. The hardest part of the job at times was not being able to provide the service to clients if there was different circumstances – more... preventing it. I enjoyed the helping of the customer and adding a little bit of hope in their daily lives. – less
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Intermittent employment
Community Employment Specialist (Current Employee), Elkhart, INJune 5, 2012
Pros: promoted to community employment specialist
Cons: community employment specialist, temporary position, on year to year grant.
Intermittent employment was ideal because I was going to college to obtain my Associates Degree in Business Management. The Intermittent employment allowed me to focus on my studies and to finish college with my Associate in Business Management Degree in July 2011. I have enjoyed working for Workforce Development of Indiana.
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A match human-made
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Madison, WIMay 16, 2012
Pros: flexibility or tasks and schedule, freedom to use creativity
Cons: differences with boss
This position was wonderful. I had a variety of projects all with different deadlines set by my boss. It allowed me to use creativity and priotitize my work load. I had the flexibility to choose my breaks. I was in an office directly helping the boss but when my load was lightened I was able to extend help to colleagues. I was able to set up interviews, – more... learn a new database, prepare a huge conference. I loved multitasking and thinking on my toes. – less