Bexar County
Happiness rating is 60 out of 100
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    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (USD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Election Worker in Universal City, TX
on May 20, 2021
I worked during the 2020 election for one day at a local elementary. It was nice as I worked as a student poll worker and got paid $13 an hour. I worked as a greeter mainly and met guests and gave them the materials they needed to vote. The ladies were nice but they didn't know I was supposed to be there that day so I had to introduce myself and send them the email I received. Other than that communication blunder between them it was nice!
Clerk in Jail
on September 8, 2021
work time not equal to off time or work family balance, no room for improvement unless you are favored or in one of the clicks that do exist, the good old boy system
Clerk in San Antonio, TX
on July 16, 2021
Everyone is treated like children. Some supervisors wait at the corner to do a head count. There is always someone bringing snacks in though only missing nap time as the work load is disorganized mismanaged and either is not enough or busy work.
Detention Deputy in 200 N Comal
on June 11, 2021
Only good thing available at this job was overtime. Downside was the mandatory forced overtime’s. Managements very poor and will do anything to pin blame anywhere but themselves
Intern in San Antonio, TX
on May 30, 2021
Great place to intern at, especially for those interested in government. The job offered a lot of insight into county government and was very fun along the way

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Shared on May 21, 2017

Not much, only welcome to the County

Shared on December 22, 2016

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