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I have been working at Judicial Branch of California full-time (More than 8 years)RecommendsNeutral OutlookRecommendsNeutral Outlook
super-great benefits, you can learn government from inside, hardworking people to execute awesome programs for the courts.
Morale is very low, employees feel not valued by top management. The political craziness took over in the past few years and the constant changes are destroying the morale of the employees. Reduced, overworked staff to make the same programs and numbers than before, everyone is stressed.The telecommute program is too strict and outdated. Communication is constant, but inefficient.
Advice to Management
The JCC will do more and better if you turn into a people-driven organization, really and genuinely focused in improving your employees life at work and stop being too scared of stakeholders. Also, learn that modernization of ideas and processes is key to not only be more productive, but also to attract top professionals from the different areas. Be adept to the new productivity tools, such as online tools, agile management, great telecommute program, among others.
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The California Judicial Branch has the largest state court system in the US. The Supreme Court of California, its highest court, consists of a chief justice and six associate justices. The Courts of Appeals, founded by a constitutional amendment in 1904, has more than 100 justices in six appellate districts. Its Superior Courts, which include some 1,500 judges, review criminal and civil cases. Among California's court system agencies are the Commission on Judicial Appointments, the Commission on Judicial Performance, and Habeas Corpus Resource Center. The California...