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    Nothing to do!

    Summer Intern (Former Employee) Washington, DC

    ProsI worked as a summer intern in 2008 and the pay was definitely the best part of the job. With almost no work experience, I started off at $12/hr.

    ConsThere was almost always nothing to do. Most of my time was spent trying to look busy and when I was actually given work, it was just busy work.

    Advice to Senior ManagementMake sure there is always something for the interns to do.

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    Archaic Management

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)

    ProsSupportive colleagues were one of the "pros" of this workplace; salary was acceptable

    ConsVery little work to do; upper management operates with an archaic management mindset

    Advice to Senior ManagementShow more respect to staff

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    No increase in pay for YEARS; Low pay to begin with; NO work-Life balance; High turnover rate

    Child Protective Investigator (Current Employee) West Palm Beach, FL

    ProsFlexible schedule, good benefits, interesting work

    ConsFew opportunities for promotion; Low pay with far too many cases as a result of high turnover rate. High turnover rate is due in large part to the lack of pay raises.

    Advice to Senior ManagementChild protective investigators need more pay and more opportunities for advancement within the agency. There needs to be incremental pay raises for years of service, along with cost of living increases. Top management earns far too much, there is a too high degree of disparity between the workers in the field and upper management. Those of us who love the job are tempted to leave because of the very low pay and the fact that high turnover rate causes those of us who do stay on the job to be loaded down with cases. Hiring more people does not solve the root of the problem. Management needs to look at keeping good employees, and one way to do this is by implementing regular pay increases for years of service.

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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