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30+ days ago

Executive Director, Budget & Finance

Department of Veterans Affairs Washington, DC

You are invited to apply for this position, located in the Office of Information Technology (OI&T), IT Resource Management (ITRM… TheLadders.com


6 days ago

Electrical Engineer

Department Of Veterans Affairs Washington, DC

This position is also being announced under MP announcement number 1283797 to status candidates. Applicants who meet the eligibility criteria are… Experteer


14 days ago

Actuary

Department Of Veterans Affairs Washington, DC

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) needs employees who possess the energy, compassion, and commitment to serve those who served our Country… Experteer


5 days ago

Personnel Psychologist

Department Of Veterans Affairs Alexandria, VA

This position may be filled at either GS-13 or GS-14 grade level, please indicate the grade for which you want to be considered. If selected at the… Experteer


20 hrs ago

REGISTERED NURSE CASE MANAGER COMMUNITY BASED OUTPATIENT & PRIMARY CARE CLINICS – new

Department of Veterans’ Affairs Washington, DC

• Selective Service Registration is required for males born after… Glassdoor


20 hrs ago

General Attorney (Team Lead) – new

Department of Veterans’ Affairs Washington, DC

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) needs employees who possess the energy, compassion, and commitment to serve those who served our Country… Glassdoor


20 hrs ago

PROGRAM SPECIALIST, GS-0301-9 - APPLICANT ASSISTANCE – new

Department of Veterans’ Affairs Washington, DC

As a VA professional, your opportunities are endless. With many openings in the multiple functions of VA, you will have a wide range of opportunities… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Program Management Officer

Department of Veterans’ Affairs Washington, DC

As a VA professional, your opportunities are endless. With many openings in the multiple functions of VA, you will have a wide range of opportunities… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Transportation Assistant

Department of Veterans’ Affairs Washington, DC

About the Agency OUR MISSION: To fulfill President Lincolns promise To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his… Glassdoor


20 hrs ago

General Attorney – new

Department of Veterans’ Affairs Washington, DC

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) needs employees who possess the energy, compassion, and commitment to serve those who served our Country… Glassdoor


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    A decent place to work if you know how to politic

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    Former Employee - Legal Assistant in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Legal Assistant in Washington, DC

    I worked at Department of Veterans’ Affairs full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    The government has great benefits. You're off on all of the holidays. You have decent health options. Some offices allow you to work on a compressed work schedule so you can work 9 or 10 hour days and have a day or two off within a pay period. Also, after working with the government full time for 3 years, you have job security and are able to move easier through the federal government agencies.

    Cons

    The organization needs to be restructured. Since it is difficult to fire people after they hit the 3 year mark, there are a lot of employees who are complacent with their jobs and have very bad attitudes. This makes things difficult for the main stakeholder (the veteran) who is already having a difficult time having their claims processed. Preventable mistakes are being made and the stakeholders at met with attitudes. They also over taxing good workers to compensate for bad workers with little to no consequences for those that are barely performing. It brings down the morale of those that are doing quality work.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Management needs to re-evaluate their employee policies so that poor performers are let go. They also need to make training available for all employees that are looking to advance within the organization and not just for leadership to acquire a new set of competencies. When you invest your employees, it will establish a better pay off within the organization.

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