Program Support Supervisor (Current Employee) – Mill Road Office Milwaukee Wi – March 29, 2018
My day is very busy. I like being busy. I have great employee I have a nice boss Hardest part of my job is that i am always needed and most of the time i am pulled to assist in all areas. Hardest part is my pay..
At this time we are short staffed. In the process of hiring
Office Assistant II (Former Employee) – Winnebago, WI – March 4, 2018
fair job good benefits medium retirement there is job advancement, but its whom you know not how good you do your job. Start out in a field that you know well and start out in the highest position you can get.
Information Systems Network Services Professional, (Former Employee) – Madison, WI – March 2, 2018
I was a contracted temp employee I didn't expect too much. Very completive with under trained individuals whom still needed to develop their customer service skills and overall knowledge of the technology.
CAREGIVER (Current Employee) – Home Based – February 22, 2018
Excellent flexibility with scheduling hours and easy paperwork for time sheets submittal. You are your own boss andcan work from home. Easy accessibility of resources and pay rate is set by the company.
Youth Counselor (Former Employee) – Irma, WI – February 9, 2018
Lincoln Hills School won the battle in the first round of closures in 2011, but lost the war when it came to providing adequate care to youth incarcerated for crimes in the state.
There were dual cultural issues - one of patronization toward the youth, and another of expecting staff to essentially "live" at the institution - that doomed the facility.
The location of the facility, which was originally framed as a positive, turned out to be a huge negative when people in the populated part of the state realized the institution was three hours away from them.
The frequent ordered overtime, the physical assaults on staff, the open defiance of youth, and the lack of staff cohesiveness all made for a toxic work environment which I would NOT wish on anyone.
Health care benefits, overtime, paid time off.
Frequent ordered overtime, petty staff, physical assault risk, cold temps during winter
Advanced Income Maintenance Specialist (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 17, 2018
Advanced Income Maintenance Specialist: Responsible for eligibility determination, re-determination, and financial planning services for applicants participating in public assistance programs for FoodShare, Medical and Wisconsin Shares. • Conduct interviews and verify relevant information. • Answer questions regarding public assistance programs. • Data entry into various computer systems. • Initiate collateral contacts for information and verification. • Maintain case records. • Overseeing a high caseload and working under strict deadlines. • Knowledge of IM program policies, procedures and laws. • Verbal and Interpersonal communication skills. • Identify priorities and research/solve problems independently.
It's not what you know or what you can do. It's who you know and how well you schmooze. They expect you to train your supervisor who was hired knowing very little about the work, but is paid 50 percent more than you.