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Former Employee – worked at Los Angeles County Department of Public Health as an intern for less than a year
Pros – Good pay, good learning experience (grant funded)
Cons – No parking space, unnecessary employment training for summer interns
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2012-10-30 11:33 PDT
Current Employee – been working at Los Angeles County Department of Public Health full-time for more than a year
Pros – Good benefits: health insurance, pension, retirement savings plan (with matching), great support for work/life balance, etc.
Most of the employees are smart, dedicated, and hard-working individuals.
Cons – As to be expected in government, there are employees who waste time gossiping, doing nothing, and making lots of stupid mistakes. Sometimes I wonder how certain people (especially admin clerks) end up in the position they're in when they can't even speak/understand English or send a semi-professional e-mail.
Advice to Senior Management – Make it easier to fire employees who aren't doing their job.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2012-07-20 18:10 PDT
Current Employee – been working at Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Pros – A Mutlicultural enviorment which encourages works to be themselves while working to bring a higher level of patient care possible. The county also offers great medical, and dental benefits, as well as multiple types of retirement programs.
Cons – The downside would have to be the pay rate, compaired to other jobs in the same field the county does not come close to the monitary compensation.
Advice to Senior Management – Management needs to be more sensitive to the needs of its employees inorder to maintain a more positive functioning workforce.
2010-04-07 11:19 PDT
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