Pros: stable m-f days, excellent benefits, equivilant pay, situationally challenged, never bored
Cons: communication breakdown, bad managment, dictator atmosphere, somewhat oppressive
Johnson County is a good place to work for, but they have administrative and management issues they need to work on. Communication with the State could also be better at times regarding integrating new programs and policies. They went through an experience gap when a large portion of their 20+ years veterans retired and now the max workforce is only 5+ years experience. That can cause a breakdown in policy and procedures being implemented incorrectly making it difficult to perform your job effectively.