Clerk (Former Employee) – Troy, MI – October 5, 2015
The wok environment is very fast pace and busy from the time you start at 9 till the time the building is closed. This job is good for a young adult looking for a career not so much for a single parent.
Breaks, sometimes the people the job is very demanding
Greeting customers and handling all their car registration and titling needs. Also, processing drivers licenses for customer, including background checks for the enhanced drivers license. My daily goal is to give every customer a better experience at the Secretary of State than they have received previously.
great work environment.
i am a temporary working and would like a permanent position in a company
The hardest part was the stress when state would come in to evaluate the nursing home on a yearly basis and when a complaint was filed against the nursing home. The most enjoyable part was interacting with staff and the residents.
Database Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 30, 2014
The work itself was great, but there was a lot of unnecessary pressure placed on the IT people. Nothing was ever right according to management, but yet they were able to get their work done after not being able to use the system(s) before we came on board.
lots of work
micromanagement, too many meetings repeating the same things, asking staff to do work for outside entities
State Worker (Former Employee) – Shelby Township, MI – January 24, 2014
Very busy workplace, which I loved. I always like to be in motion and be busy. I loved working with customers, I have been in the banking business for over 23 years and then at Secretary of State and I was always in contact with customers. I have extensive customer service experience and I think with my customer service experience and language skills could be a valuable asset to any company.