State of North Carolina Careers and Employment
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Good place to work with opportunities for advancement. Work/life balance could be improved but you do get something out of it if you are willing to do the work.
I was fired without cause and did my job and met all my metrics. I was not given a warning or notice. I asked for help and was brushed off, told not to ask questions, and chastised when I tried to get a straight answer. Toxic work environment and gaslighted by immediate supervisor and no help from upper management when they were given feedback and told there was not going to be any repercussions.
The amount of people that start with the state and stay in the same position is a lot. There is no drive or motivation and management does not promote growth.
Loved working with the State of NC. It was great working with so many people from all walks of life . I enjoyed my time as the assistant to the District Court Judges and learned a lot from them on how the judicial system operates.
Terrible management and culture. Certain people work and others whine and complain all day long. Equipment is older than me and they don't care to repair/upgrade it.
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