Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts
3.6 of 5 7 reviews
www.audits.state.ga.us Atlanta, GA 150 to 499 Employees

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The experience working with GDOAA has been wonderful

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Atlanta, GA

I have been working at Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts

ProsTheir is a lot of room for growth in the Georgia Department of Accounts and Audits. The work environment is very pleasant.

ConsDuring tax season work can be a bit stressful due to the high demands of the season. As long as you keep yourself paced you will do great

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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Was treated unfairly by management

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Athens, GA

I worked at Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts full-time

ProsHours are flexible; you meet a lot of nice people on audit engagements; training is provided to meet CPE hours; casual dress code when not on audit site

ConsAthens Regional office supervisor is unbearable to work for. Overly demanding and non appreciative of hard work and extra hours. And there is no one to appeal to or file a grievance with about unfair treatment. Focus is only on the negative and positive achievements are not acknowledged. You are expected to take on the role and assignments of higher level positions without sufficient time or training to grow into these assignments. However, promotion to a higher level is dangled before you on a string and is not awarded unless you achieve perfection - perfection as perceived by said supervisor. Although you earn 3-4 weeks of vacation per year, you are only allowed to take 1 week. There are constant threats that if your performance does not meet the expectations of the supervisor that your job is in jeopardy.
Socializing with co-workers in any form or fashion is frowned upon. Even so minor as stopping by a colleagues office to ask how their child performed in last night's t-ball game.

Advice to Senior ManagementManagement should put supervisors in place who have management/people skills and training and not just auditing skills.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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Overall good place to work

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Atlanta, GA

I have been working at Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts

ProsStarting salary is decent, people and very freindly and nice, located downtown on Capitol Hill.

ConsCurrent hiring and salary freeze

Advice to Senior ManagementLove your employees. They will love you back.

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Great place to start out

Auditor (Current Employee)
Atlanta, GA

I have been working at Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts

ProsAtmosphere is very laid back. Benefits are good. Great work-life balance.

ConsTraining and guidance is lacking for new auditors. You will earn your required CPE hours, however, the majority of it is not applicable to your assignments.

Advice to Senior ManagementCreate a solid training plan.

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Auditor (Current Employee)
Atlanta, GA

I have been working at Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts

ProsWork / life balance is good.

ConsState budget problems = no promotions, no raises, no room for growth

Advice to Senior ManagementTrain management to handle role better.

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sharp people, opportunities for growth

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Atlanta, GA

I worked at Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts

Prosgraduate-educated staff
opportunities for growth if you do well
supportive management, collaborative atmosphere
State Auditor is wonderful to work for
you'll get to do rewarding work with smart people

Consit's state government- so salary is limited. though it is fairly high for state government.
Staff are not the most social
Performance evaluations and management should better weed out persons that are poor contributors, or at least ensure that high-performers are not discouraged by having to work with t hem.

Advice to Senior Managementget better at getting rid of dead weight to keep the talent level high.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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comfortable professional work environment

Claims Data Analyst (Current Employee)
Atlanta, GA

I have been working at Georgia Department of Audits and Accounts

ProsThe department provides support and professional development and a generous benefits package. The department provides a good mix for continuing education and skills development for technical and professional growth. Tere is a wide range of opportunity to create and modify research protocols. as staff input is valued and there is a sense of personal contribution. There is a work ethic which encourages personal responsibility for work processes and products. There is a good interchange between research units within the department.

ConsThere is a limited salary range when performance is compared with equivalent private sector employment.

 Oherwise, it is a very good mix of professional development and personal time.

Advice to Senior ManagementContinue with continuing education programs for all staff; it is important to the continuing improvement of professional skills.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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