General Staff/Support Services Crew Member (Former Employee) – Hume, CA – August 22, 2017
A typical day of work in Support Services consisted of working a fixed schedule and completing certain tasks. I learned how to work on a team even when it is difficult. Management was always fantastic. The workplace culture was overall good, but there were often conflicts among the crew members. The hardest part of the job was living up at Hume while working there, so you were constantly around your co-workers, whether on or off the clock. That being said, the people were also the most enjoyable aspect of the job when people were getting along.
Transportation Assistant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85016 – May 9, 2017
Excellent work place with the United State government. worked 40 hours per week. pleasant work place with benefits. enjoyed my time there, i learned a lot and its very competitive with multi culture experience at all professional work level.
Childcare Provider (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – March 13, 2017
I was the soul support for my single sister so she could work and earn a living for the family of three boys, I started helping her with the children at least a year prior to the Social Services put me on the payroll with Supportive Services.
I changes diapers prepared bottles clean house cooked when it came time for the boys to start head start it was I who had to get them ready for school every day walked them to and from school.
Operations Specialist (Former Employee) – Smyrna, DE – March 6, 2017
Contrary to popular belief, this institution, when i was employed there was an easy position to work. There are obviously certain risks you take working in a correctional facility, but I never had issues and my managers were amazing.
Assistant Housing Manager (Former Employee) – Muskegon Heights, MI – January 26, 2017
The Executive staff is all about themselves and not the residents or some of the staff members. To much nepotism, and certain preferences for certain employees. No good when it comes to the cost of living and giving out raises.
System Director (Former Employee) – Temple, TX – April 8, 2016
The Support Service areas that serve the hospital are a challenge to manage, but are critical to the overall success of the organization. The mid-level leaders work tirelessly to move performance in a positive direction.