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What is the most stressful part about working at State of Oklahoma?

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Inmates run over employees and officers are hard to find for help. Employees are blamed and punished for anything inmates do but management does nothing to protect employees

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The State of Oklahoma not being consistent with giving raises to employees that have been working for a department for a long time. Then hiring new employees with almost the same pay or better pay, also inexperienced employees training inexperienced employees.

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Inmates have freedom on the grounds. This puts employees right in the middle of the inmates. Security is limited.

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If someone does fix you can be forced out to the point of getting high blood pressure. These jobs can cause health problems. Mianly some of the people you work with who are so unprofessional.

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Incompetence of managers

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Danger of being seriously attacked and injured. Scheduling favoritisms. This type of job is hazardous and over rated. The promotions are not fairly granted. The inmates have more rights than the employees.

Answered - Youth Guidance Specialist (Former Employee) - Tecumseh, OK

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The dead lines. Having short dead lines given so close to the dead line.

Answered - Media (Former Employee) - Taft, OK

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Working with inmates.

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