Very hostile. The authority given goes straight to people's head. I would never work for them again, and do not recommend anyone to work for them.
Typically 7.5 hours a day. However, some agencies require mandatory overtime, and you may get paid in "comp time", which is not cash up front. Some agencies require the OT then tell you to take it off a few days later.
Embarrassed. Their actions towards their employees, and the many other people who work for them are antithetical to the foundations of democracy.
Does the commonwealth of Kentucky hire a new employee in that has many years experience at the lower end or the higher end of the payscale?
Lower end of the payscale
Is the interview process for a position in the Administrative Office of the Courts a behavioral interview?
Had a interview with state government if you don't get the job how long do they wait to inform you
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Commonwealth of Kentucky? What are the steps along the way?
Several months. You apply then a couple months later they set up interviews then a couple months later you get a call with an offer