Wisconsin (Current Employee) – Wisconsin – June 19, 2018
Management needs to change and become more team oriented. It could be an awesome place to work if employees weren't so afraid of losing their jobs, so they backstab and pull others down in order to promote themselves.
Some good relationship can be made, networking is good and so are the benefits.
parking is expensive and an issue for some individuals.
good place to network
no raises and job could depend on budget year. you have to pay for parking
Grounds (Former Employee) – Milwaukee County, WI – June 1, 2018
Working outdoors in the summer is an excellent time wherever you may be. Working for Milwaukee County Zoo had many flaws, and they severely underpay their employees. They exploit a loophole where they let employees work full-time without giving them benefits by "firing" them for 2 weeks out of the year, then bringing them back on calling them seasonal workers.
Corrections Officer (Current Employee) – Franklin, WI – May 7, 2018
Worst management of employees I have ever seen. They lie constantly, discriminate, and generally treat you like garbage. They only promote those who are friends with the supervisors, very much the good old boys club. This is my 4th different administration and by far the worst. I would not recommend this job to my enemy.
Student Intern, Prosecution Clinic (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – May 7, 2018
The staff and attorneys were helpful and allowed student interns a positive environment to work and grow one's litigation skills. The attorneys gave useful and practical advice to learn the ropes of practicing criminal prosecution.
Easy job entry that will take just about any RN they could find.
Registered Nurse (Former Employee) – Franklin, WI – May 2, 2018
I despised working for this company, and I only lasted 6 months or so. I wanted to do bedside nursing and this is completely different. Here, I was unable to show my compassionate and caring side, they were unpleasant working conditions. Management was judgmental, juvenile, and just crude.
Great pay, flexibility, low stress, Ot
horrible environment, minimal skill use, clear division between RN staff and Management.
Deputy Sheriff (Current Employee) – milwaukee County – April 26, 2018
Started my Carear with Milwaukee County on 04-07-1997 to Date. Many different duties as a Deputy Sheriff. Worked in all areas of the Milwaukee County Jail on all 3 shifts, Worked as a Bailiff in Courts, as a Patrol Deputy on 2nd shift 2pm-10pm, Worked at General Mitchell Int Airport and, as A Transport Deputy Driving inmates in a Full Size Van from the Wisconsin State Prison System to the County Jail, for Court Proceedings and there Trials.
Corrections Officer I (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – April 2, 2018
I would not recommend working for the MCSO. Toxic working environment where supervisors only do one thing well and that's covering their own behinds. The acting sheriff is a coward and doesn't support his front line staff he's to busy doing photo op's trying to get elected. If you need the experience for law enforcement it's a good starting point but make sure you have an exit plan in mind, 6 months a year whatever it may be but don't get comfortable it will demoralize you!
Stores Clerk (Former Employee) – Franklin, WI – March 26, 2018
Working at the Milwaukee House of Correction was a very stressful job. It was not a team job, everyone was for only themselves. I would not tell anyone to get a job working out there. A person will only last about 6 month before he or she look for another job.