Sheriff Sale Coordinator (Current Employee), Milwaukee, WI – October 27, 2012
Pros: challenging job
Cons: parking, healthcare
Typical day is coordination of sheriff sales with law firms via phone &/or email as well as sort incoming correspondence and process fee payments. Ability to multi-task by prioritizing tasks on daily and weekly by level of urgency. Keeping deadlines in the forefront to ensure that my inter-departmental and departmental co-workers aren't delayed in meeting – more... their commitments. Hardest part of the job at times is dealing with 3rd party bidders not following sale protocols. Most enjoyable part of the job is managing the completion of all tasks. – less
Provided direct services and entitlement programs to clients.
Human Service Worker-Juvenile Probation Officer (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WI – September 26, 2012
Cons: reduction in health care benefits and increased co-pays
A typical day at work required organization in order to multi-task and provide direct service to clients. I found management to be supportive as well as co-workers. It was important to remain task orientated. The most enjoyable part to the job was to see graditude in the clients eyes.
Dangerous place for patients! You would not want your family member there!
Registered Nurse (Former Employee), Milwaukee County Behavioral Health – August 24, 2012
Pros: i worked with some wonderful rns[ who were also frustrated with the system]
Cons: unfortunately tax payers are supporting a corrupt unsafe hospital!
Racist against whites. Management allows the nursing assistants to run the place. Registered Nurses have no control over what the nursing assistants do or not do. Patient's death could have been prevented. Good nursing care, leadership and input is frowned upon. There is an underlining corrupt code of conduct that prevails which is supported by management. – more... There is also age discrimination. Younger nurses coming in with no experience whatsoever are asked to teach and do in services while those who come in with experience and are over 45 are not asked to help out at all. Younger nurses are treated with more respect by management then the newer seasoned nurses. MANAGEMENT NEEDS TO GO!! – less
Contract Telecommunications Specialist (Current Employee), Milwaukee County – May 21, 2012
Milwaukee County is very big with a lot of locations.You meet a large amount of different people doing all sorts of different jobs.Some of the places that have been most interesting are: County courthouse,Medical Examiners,Zoo,County Jail,Sheriffs Dept,Milwaukee Mental Health.It was a big challenge learning all the sites of responsibility as well as – more... their processes.I have met a lot of interesting and nice people. – less
Work setting where it was possible to learn much and have intensive involvement in client situations and to have a significant role.
Psychiatric Emergency Service Clinician (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WI – May 8, 2012
Pros: interesting and stimulating.
Cons: on some days, work is overly demanding.
Meet with and assess suicidal patient in the Emergency Room. Writeup to include all important, relevant information. Present to psychiatrist on site in the ER. Proceed to respond to a crisis call from the police. Meet the police at a person's home and assess and recommend action by police and or recommend services needed. Later worked on the Crisis – more... Line. Learned from situations which were always different. Learned from co-workers and psychiatrists, their thoughts about the presenting situation. Management typically provides autonomy. Co-workers well known and well liked by each other. Hardest part of job is situations where disagreement exists within a team of two or more about a handling of a situation. Enjoy the autonomy and responsible actions; enjoy the interaction with most patients. Enjoy making decisions. – less