Questions and Answers about Prince George's County

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Many benefits, including pension, PTO, sick leave, personal leave, off every public holidays

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I feel somewhat anxious about telling people I work at Prince George's County because; contracted employees have to pay for medical insurance, does not receive paid time off, and other needed benefits.

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Employees are allowed to take as many days off as their accrued leave allows.

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The organization main focus is no community

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It was silly. A panel interview. Looking back, it was just checking the box. The jobs are poorly advertised with bad benefits and culture and so doesn't attract the best candidates.

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It takes a long time. I'll share my experience with two different positions.

With the Health Department. I began temping in July 2017. From before that time I was told the position I was temping for would be posted. It wasn't posted until November 2017. I received an email stating I have passed the screening process early January 2018. I had my panel interview late January 2018. I received an email stating I didn't get the job early February 2018. The new person started Late March/ early april 2018.

I applied for a job with the department of family service Oct 2017. Received an email about my application screening Early January 2018. Got a call about an interview mid-march. Had my interview the end of march. Was contact about a job offer late May 2018

Hope this helps!

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Annually IF budget can accommodate it.

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