Child Support Officer (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – June 29, 2017
I work for the Department of Child Support Services. I am going to be honest. This job is extremely unpleasant and stressful. This position does require you to do things that will likely conflict with your moral principles. Management and supervisors are profoundly inconsistent in direction, and implementation of policy. This creates frequent confusion and frustration. Employees are not treated with appreciation or respect by either customers or supervisors. Compared to other civil service positions, the pay and benefits package are quite sub par. Save yourself a major headache and apply to something else.
Eligibility Worker I (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA 93702 – May 21, 2017
Great place tp work for and gain experience in a lot of different areas. Always room for promotions or lateral positions. They always encourage to improve yourself. It is a lot of work to do but manageable.
Social Worker (Current Employee) – Fresno – May 16, 2017
I work in a team to provide assistance in getting families back together. While the job can be grueling at times its worth it. There is no better satisfaction knowing what you did is making a difference in someone's life.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Fresno County, CA – April 23, 2017
very great place to work. the employees are so helpful and kind. they worked with whatever problem i had which was very good for me because at that time i was dealing with medical issues but they still stuck with me.
Good environment at CPS poor environment across from fresno Fairgrounds.
Job Specialist (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – April 18, 2017
Poor environment when transferred to my new position as a job specialist. People are burned out they are overworked and underpaid and also the County pulled me from a position that I was doing well in and loved.
Extra Help (Former Employee) – Election Warehouse – October 30, 2016
A lot of gossiping and backstabbing goes on at that place, people there are ruthless and will go to any length to get ahead at the expense of the few people that are doing their jobs. The busier and longer the work hours get, breaks get shorter and less frequent.
Co-Internship for Boys & Girls Club/Coaching Corps (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – June 26, 2016
Commissioner for Junior Giant Baseball League for The Boys & Girls Club of Fresno County. Responsible for finding mentors to coach underprivileged youth, equipment through sporting vendors, updating weekly rosters and providing assistance to coaches, kids, and parents participating in league. Assisted in running other sporting leagues for youth such as soccer, basketball, and football. Supervised sports program at East Boys & Girls Club for over 75 children weekly. Explained and demonstrated activities to all who participated in events. Cultivated positive relationships with participants by interacting with them during activities.
Bullying and Harrassment type of management: Top management knows and does nothing.
HES (Current Employee) – DPH – October 3, 2015
You do not want to work here, EVER! Management uses harassment tactics, even when you are fulfilling your job duties and succeeding. You are not talked to unless they need something from you. There is no teamwork in this TEAM. The management treats everyone horrible and is an intensely toxic environment to work in. If you can do it, you will pull your hair out just to get yourself to go to work. It is the worst management I have ever experienced. They treat you like they own you and do not let you advance and hold you prisoner in their program because they pull every string and lie so that no one will hire you in other departments. Their reach even extends to other counties so be assured, if you come here, you will only be asking for trouble to follow you to your next job, if you can get one after this.
The Pro's are: you actually can..make a difference in the communities you work in.
Childcare Provider (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – June 30, 2015
a typical day at work was dealing with children enjoying the time spent with them and taking care of them. I learned lots and lots of responsibility, I wouldn't really say that there was anything hared about the job
Office Assistant/ File Clerk (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – April 7, 2015
I learned how to input data into a computer using word, excel and power point also learned how to use a copy and fax machine.. I learned how to properly file papers and documents in computers and how to scan and paste.. my co workers and management were excellent they were all very nice and really understanding when I needed help with something the hardest part of the job was learning everything from scratch but most I enjoyed working there because it was really good experience in office and receptionist