If you have a life, don't apply
Supervisor, Customer Service dmv (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – January 10, 2019
There is a high turnover of employees and management, so the offices are always short handed, and the rules change based on what manager is running the show that week. You will work a lot of overtime and not get paid for it, but the overtime is required. In place of overtime, they will give you comp time that you will never be able to take due to the office always being short handed. The management's main goal is their own personal advancement, so your job is to make them look really promotable. However, there will not be much advancement opportunity for you. Truthfully, you will not get anywhere near as much respect from upper management as they expect from you. If you have a spouse, children, pets, etc, you are expected to place them low on your priority list. It's best to not have a life outside of work with this company. They micromanage everything as well, so expect to have no privacy. I learned a lot there, and worked very hard alongside some excellent coworkers. In the end, it wasn't worth the stress and lack of family balance.
You'll be paid out your comp time when you leave
short staffed, lots of overtime, no time for a life, management will nitpick your every move