Independent Rideshare Driver (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 15, 2017
The company is in business to get their clients drivers to complete the work, you get little from them as I remember it, they froze everything, no promotions, benefits, were reduced, no raises, don't know if they are better or worse but they serve their clients not the drivers, can be fun work because of the vehicles you get to drive.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – April 23, 2017
Door to door sales. Using your social skills to convince others to buy the paper. Hardest part was learning to be comfortable with talking with new people. most enjoyable part was to be competitive to be the best sales rep in the team.
It is a productive workplace, but not a lot of fun.
Intermediate Typist Clerk (Former Employee) – Torrance, CA 90501 – January 22, 2017
I worked with and for some awesome MSW's and Ph.D.'s. A typical day at work was like filing, photocopying, typing reports and correspondences, keeping track of case files in house and to be sent to court or archived.. I learned time management and got free on the job training when ever they need someone to learn something new that would be useful tools to help the MSW, and Ph.D.'s with whatever tasks, and how to get tasks done in a timely manner. We had many pot lucks and a variety of foods from many different cultures. The hardest part of the job was seeing many abused children's. The most enjoyable part of the job was being able to see these abused children placed by children social workers in loving foster homes that would provide them with the love and care they needed.
Veteran Intern (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – October 4, 2016
I currently work in the Department of Social Services, a typical day is rather stressful as, deal with those who have either been displaced from a Job or, those who have become homeless as a result of loosing a position due to their position being sent offshore.
I learned to improve my customer service abilities as a result of being in this position.
my coworkers are hard working caring individuals, who as a result of their position pour their hearts out each day to assist those who are less fortunate.
the most difficult part of the job is not being able to assist those who need help most.
seeing a smile on the faces of those I have been able to assist and see the joy I bring in making their day a bit brighter.
meeting people from all levels and walks of life
dealing with those individuals who as a result of life's misfortunes, caring a bad attitude because society has placed them in a tough situation.
LA County Department of Community and senior services
Department of Community and Senior Services (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 12, 2016
A great place to work if you value consistency, standard work procedures and a generally relaxed environment. Can be stressful if special projects come through on a deadline. For the most part a rewarding place to work.
Constantly learning and teaching application implementation and operations
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SUPERVISOR I (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 9, 2016
LA County lack the aptitude in developing a cultural diverse environment. Promotion opportunities are based on nepotism by association. The results of these actions show unqualified personnel in positions above and beyond their initial skill set.
Auditor-Controller (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – July 21, 2016
Los Angeles County was my first job at the age of 17. When I was hired I knew basic office skills. They taught me the importance of being punctual and completing a task when given. Prioritize my job functions and make sure it was accurate.
The job was superb, excellent support from administration allowing for independence and supportive staff.
COMPLIANCE SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – May 21, 2016
I was responsible for review of Utilization Review Plans, Hospital Systems, Staff Technical training for medical necessity criteria for 30 contracted psychiatric hospitals, over 30 clinics, and 300 providers of services to Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health.
The reviews were for technical assistance to meet compliance and in many cases for recoupment. The assistance was ongoing to allow the facilities to meet standards and requirements of State and federal regulations.
I have experience in hands on case management both on site and telephonically, telecommuting.
The job was excellent, however I wish to relocate to northern California.
Excellent employment and experience, able to function as a team and independently.
Lead Gallery Interpreter, Educator and Coordinator (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 28, 2016
This job focused on the development of educational programs that focus on cutting edge research, citizen science initiatives and allows on to combine their passions with the content knowledge about the museum's exhibits. It also required informal interpreting, which included being available to guests for customer service and educational purposes.
The hardest part of the job was consistently being "on", as the job required extended hours being in the public eye.