Whether your experience at Gwinnett County is good or not depends on your drive and ambition. If you do not have any, your fine. If you do, there is not much room for advancement unless someone retires or dies. The mood there is to be complacent in your role and be grateful for your position. To a certain degree I understand this, if all the pieces are in place, things are efficient and productive. Someone promoted or changing roles is disruptive with new hires and new training needed. The company wants smoothness and reliability. Most workers want to learn and climb the corporate ladder. So, there is the conundrum. You have to ask yourself, "What type of person are you?" It has been my experience, being there 15 years, that this is a county wide policy and not subject to change per department.
Lots of training available.
no way of utilizing the new training, stuck.