District of Columbia
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About the company

  • CEO
    Interim Director, E. Lindsay Maxwell II, Esq.
    72%
    approve of Interim Director, E. Lindsay Maxwell II, Esq.'s performance
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    District Of Columbia
  • Link
    District of Columbia website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 204 reviews and is evolving.

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Human Resources Specialist in Washington, DC
on August 17, 2022
This is a great opportunity when entering the government HR work industry. They are unable to really compete financially but the skills learned while here will definitely have you well positioned and give you the exposure needed for your next endeavor.
BPC SUPPORT/FRAUD INVESTIGATOR in Washington, DC
on July 8, 2022
Transparency is important for business DOES was transparent with employees but were not very transparent with Claimants. Work Environment was fun and balanced. You received constant support from leader ship in the department of employment services I enjoyed my contract working in the benefit payment control unit investigating fraud unemployment claims
Office of the Chief Financial Officer in Washington, DC
on June 4, 2022
Great work is reward but getting more work. Once someone was fired instead of replacing him all of the duties were added to my plate 'initially temporarily, so I was told.. but 7 years later I've only received more duties. Unfortunately I came in at the end of my grade so there was no growth I was promised progression with a revamp of my PD... Never happened; therefore, I am looking for other opportunities.
Community Member Commissioner/Chairperson in Washington, DC
on April 2, 2022
Love advocating for people with disabilities in dc . Love testifying and lobbying, attending seminars, and networking. Most of all informing people of their rights
Supervisory Contracting Officer in Washington, DC
on February 1, 2022
Not good too much back stabbing; lack of leaders,and leadership. Culture is : watch your back, no support or trading your are on your own! No promotions who you know and like

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What was most important with the department of employment services based in DC Washington with the ability to secure and to keep files confidential and to keep all PII or otherwise known as personable identifiable information secure and under constant security.

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Shared on November 6, 2019

What made me interested in pursuing employment with the District of Columbia Office of the Attorney General as opposed to seeking employment in the private sector at a major law firm like my previous employer?

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