Pros – Extensive training and promotional opportunities, the friends that you keep close will be lifelong, multiple areas to consider in your career (office, counselor, etc.).
Cons – You can be removed from a post at the leisure of the administration. You have to be careful with whom you associate with because you may find your business being spread to other staff and inmates.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Easy. Great Benefits. Most inmates are easy to get along with. You pretty much come to work knowing when you will be off. Overtime is always there if you want it.
Cons – No pay increase ever. Some inmates make work difficult. Working overtime is the only way to make any extra money. My supervisors have not had a salary increase in eight years.
Advice to Senior Management – Nothing you can do, not your fault. State government is run poorly. You might visit with your staff every now and then. We get lonely.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – Good Benefits
Get Along with Co-Workers
Cons – Can be trying to constanlty work with offenders.
Advice to Senior Management – None
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
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Pros – Excellent benefits. It's a job that you can be proud of.
Cons – Constant turnover. Lots of red tape gets in the way of just doing your job.
Advice to Senior Management – Just let the officers do the job they were trainrd to do.
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Pros – If you are a "good old boy" you will be just fine. A lot of great people work there who truly care about what they are doing. You have the ability to use the training and experience you receive to better yourself and those around you.
Cons – If you disagree with your boss, thats too bad, because nothing will change. The feedback is terrible because most of those in a position to do it are either lazy or have no business being in that position. The pay is absurdly low for the danger level and type of work that has to be done.
Advice to Senior Management – Listen to your employees and make security the number one priority and not the special interests of those who don't understand how to keep a prison safe.
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