Facility Supervisor (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – August 28, 2017
The scheduling was very flexible and it pays above average compared to other jobs at the experience level. However, there doesn't appear to be any room for advancement and there's minimal interaction with other employees.
Nurse Assistant/front desk secretary (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – November 13, 2018
Having all the skills I have, I felt I was underpaid. I am a Bilingual person I assisted many people to interpret during their meeting for other Spanish speaking people. I was never paid for this, I normally received a 'Thank you, you can go now"
Fun people to work with
Never had a 30 minute lunch alone or away from the desk
Benefits are good but salary is very low. Get the best salary you can when you are hired because the raises are 3% a year following.
Outreach Coordinator (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – October 7, 2018
Salary is low befits are good. Diversity culture is bad but they are slowly working on it. Management training needs to improve. Need to have required diversity training for managers and staff plus work shops in all departments to teach staff techniques on how best to deal with the changes in culture in Loudoun.
Health care is excellent
Management culture is bad- lack of outside world training
Benefits Program Specialist (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – June 21, 2018
Up until about a month ago I genuinely loved my job. But sweeping changes under new management without any clear direction or standards has left many of us seeking employment elsewhere. We have been advised that we have not been giving adequate customer service without any evidence or data and therefore vague and unclear new "standards" have been put in place (but supervisors apparently are immune to the new standards). Supervisors rarely respond to emails but I know it works when they reach out for coverage for tasks or cases. We are understaffed and have been for months with no clear end in sight. More and more duties and responsibilities are being heaped on our already high caseloads and seemingly with no appreciation from management. We have been repeatedly talked to in a condescending manner and essentially accused of not being empathetic or compassionate for our clients' needs. When we have inquired about the policy for employee safety when seeing clients face to face we were told there is no SOP in place but people are generally good people so we essentially should not worry about our safety. We are currently allowed to telework twice a week after one year of employment but we have the feeling that is about to be taken away. I loved the job but management is severely lacking at all levels. I am applying for the exact same position in other counties and am willing to take a pay cut if offered a position.
Babysitting (Current Employee) – Loudoun County, VA – June 3, 2018
Loudoun County is a place in which to live, and unless you work for local government, it is not a job. I will however include a brief statement about living in Loudoun County. It is a nice place to live, if you have a job that makes over $50,000 a year.
Human Resources Assistant (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – April 5, 2018
Nice people. No vision or direction. No leadership. Lack of understanding customer service. The workload is horrendous for most folks which leads to poor attitude and behavior. Culture is throw whomever you can under the bus. There is a lot of turnover
Counselor (Current Employee) – Leesburg, VA – March 26, 2018
typical chaos, poor communication, most workers are ok, hardest part is the inconsistencies across the board, unprofessional dress, behavior. could be better if everyone would take heed to instructions given, and management follow through. staff report mostly to work late. not relieving shifts.
Parks and Recreation Summer Camp Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lovettsville – March 12, 2018
The work environment was friendly and open for the employees to explore and grow as a professional. The job was face paced and you always had to be on your A game since you had to watch 25 plus children daily.
Not Applicable (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA 20175 – December 24, 2017
Management provided weekly staff meetings to communicate with all levels of staff; very transparent management style leads to no confusion by employees about what was going on or coming up in the future. My first manager there was family oriented, but my second supervisor there was miserable.
Real Estate Appraisal Intern (Former Employee) – Leesburg, VA – November 15, 2017
You are expected to get your work done in this role, however, you are also given extremely ample time to finish your work. As a business student I excelled in my work here and was able to have a lot of time to relax. The pay was better than any other place I had interned, but since I was expected to do very little work every day I almost felt like I didn't earn it, but I will never complain about getting paid a lot to be expected to not overachieve.