Very organized and professional
The general work hours are staggered shifts:
With shifts also ranging in days:
There is also a new hybrid shift that I'm not able to recall exactly.
It all depends on your position and supervisor.
Training opportunities and learn from past situations so they can be proactive. Seems like they have to reinvent the wheel to often.
There was an ad in the newspaper which allows you to text it. So i texted it around 8pm and they called me the next morning before 9am for an interview within 2 weeks.
The only reason I did not want to tell anyone that I worked at Serco was because their next question would be what do you do and I would have to tell them, I process applications for the ACA, Obamacare. Depending on how the person felt about the program I would sometimes get many more questions, complaints or thank you's.
You get 40hrs of sick but only get a few hours of it every other week.
As with any job we had very busy times and slow times as well.
Only if you get the opportunity to move to a higher paying position. Outside of that no.
NO, facility was closed on most weekends, and all holidays. All holidays were paid
Went on an interview for the Administrative Assistant II position which is posted here and many other places and what they did not disclose in the job posting is that you are required to work 24/7. My eyes almost fell out of my head. Basically after you work your regular hours in the facility M-F you are also required to be on call and report in via phone and computer when contacted, which can be anytime of the day and night. Also, ne is required to work every Saturday and possibly on Sundays. The values of having life balance that is mentioned within their web site obviously does not apply to this position at all. Terrible, waste of time all around for me and the interviewers. Things like this should be disclosed in a job posting. :(