Care Taker (Former Employee) – Hemet, CA – May 1, 2018
The job was a 24 hour job because my client and I lived together. I learned that this job requires time and being strong enough to help client, which was the hardest part for me. The most enjoyable was getting to know my client.
Human Resources Services Manager (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 15, 2018
wish not to respond, it is a place to work and you earn money when you work there. If you do a good job you can stay there a long time. they have good benefits and there are a lot of people that work there a long time. Retirement is good and they pay you well
Executive Assistant (Current Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 4, 2018
The County employs 22K people. Those employees pay more for their health insurance than any other employer in Southern California. If you do not personally know an executive in the County, you will not be given opportunities for growth based on merit, experience or education.
Human Resources Specialist (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – April 3, 2018
Learned new thing within Human Resource and their insurance that is provided through the county. Worked with a lot of different people, the job was not hard, enjoyable part is you could advance because the county is so large.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Indio, CA – March 28, 2018
My supervisor and the job were great. The hours and schedule are terrific. There is a distinctive line between temporary and permanent employees though. You are set apart and expected to hold to the rules while the permanent employees may do as they wish. The dress code is different for temp vs. permanent. You need to watch what you say, you are constantly under very strict scrutiny and are told on by other adults if they assume you aren’t doing something. Mind you, these people aren’t supervisors. Keep very professional and keep your head down. A lot of these women have been there for years and have nothing better to do than tell on you.
LVN (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – March 22, 2018
I worked LVN - Temporary Assignment Program (TAP), which means you get paid the days you work. No paid time off pr sick time. The days you requested to work were normally the days scheduled. OT was available on occasions.
Program Specialist II (Former Employee) – La Quinta, CA – February 28, 2018
The job expectations changed with changes in management. No feedback about performance. Poor support from supervisors for the program I managed. No interest in learning about the program and grant requirements from me.
Ambulatory Care Clinic Manager (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – February 27, 2018
Serving the people of the County with limited resources was an admirable job, but management did not like forward thinking people or holding staff accountable for their actions. They made the work space stressful, almost hostile at times. If you enjoy nursing. but have no desire to be involved in forward thinking and making improvements, this is the place for you. If you like to be involved with process improvements and making changes, this job will deflate your will to be a better healthcare provider. It does a give people the opportunity to be in leadership and management that many young nurses wouldn't ordinarily get.