JR Front End Web Developer (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – July 10, 2018
Nothing much really to say here... I no room for growth, clear favoritism its not even a secret anymore. Top brass doesnt care about you and they make sure you know it. Its not worth it... if you can take a job elsewhere.
SENIOR OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 26, 2018
1. Sort through my e-mails 3. Answer emails 3. Sort and distrubute mail 4. Check managers calendars 5. St up meetings 6. Update/prepare invoices, hiring info for managers signatures 7. Go to a meeting 8. Pick up pay stubs for distributuon 9. Check email for managers requests, staff requests for meetings and conference room requests/ 10.Return phone calls, respond to emails, and maintain mangers calendars
Nyc fireman (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – June 13, 2018
Was enjoyable to work for the city that was then this is now,looking for new opportunities to end my career.took advantage of all opportunities that where givin me got a degree in locksmith,got my degree in stationary engineering, meet some amazing people that I'm still friends with.
Senior Desktop Support Specialist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 8, 2018
Working for the City is great. It has to do with your management. If you don’t have good management then you have a problem. The City has great benefits. If your in IT INformation Tecjnology make sure you get what your promised.
Multi - Subject Teacher (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 22, 2018
My last years working for the city of New York was not bad really. I had one whole period off for lunch. My lesson plans didn't need to be turned in every week. The union is amazing. Wish I could go back.
Watches electronic repairman (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 29, 2018
Their management, the care and love of our employees. They can take the lead and serve as role models for us.Company employees like family members, care and love. Is a good companyWe are all grateful to the company for our constant concern and help.
Difficult place to work with discriminatory managers
Special Officer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 16, 2018
You have to be a robot to move up in the ladder. Managers tend to pick and choose who they like and dislike, giving those they like the assignments and hours requested. Even if you are 100%, it doesn't matter if management doesn't like you because you speak up for yourself and try to be the best employee there is. They take your attempting at doing your job the best you can, they will take that as a sign you are trying to take their job.
Very short breaks even when you work double shifts 5 times a week
Police Administrative Aide (Current Employee) – New York, NY – December 29, 2017
Perform responsible and difficult clerical, typing, word processing and data entry tasks in a police precinct or other Department unit, command or office; perform administrative work of moderate difficulty involving the handling of confidential and other information and material; refer members of the public who ask for assistance to the appropriate City agency; utilize manual and automated office systems and perform related work
Filter Plant Operator (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – December 20, 2017
This job was a bit challenging however I was up for the challenge find it to be a great job, liked it a lot and find fulfillment with the "Thank You`s" I received from the public that came to use the facility....
To see how happy you make others by doing your job!
Wish all employee would take pride in the job at hand, and not be there only for the pay at the end of the day.
Deputy Director, IT Budget, Procurement (Current Employee) – East Elmhurst, NY – November 17, 2017
Great benefits, and stability but job salary increases and opportunity for advancement isn't easy to come by - very much a who knows who and not so much internal advancement via promotions occurring that often.
CALL CENTER AGENT (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 26, 2017
This was one of the best places that I've worked. I worked overnight so the night differential bonus was a plus. We would receive random raises and or increases due to the Union fighting on your behalf. It was a very laid back environment since there are a lot of students working through CUNY schools you were allowed to read books and study during your shift. The benefits were magnificent as the benefits for city and government jobs typically are. I'd recommend anyone to be employed here. I left due to relocation to another state and pursuing some of my dreams as a writer.