I worked at City of Arlington, TX part-time (More than a year)
Hard-working, talented co-workers. Good training opportunities. Good communication with other departments within the City. Progressive City attitude and vision for the future.
No benefits of any kind for part-time employees and HR leaders who lead by bullying and putting a huge gap between management and others.
Advice to Management
Treat others the way you want to be treated.
I applied in-person. I interviewed at City of Arlington, TX (Arlington, TX) in February 2017.
I was interviewed for a contract position by the manager and two others on his team. Everyone was very pleasant. However, after the interview, the manager told me that he was thinking about making the workweek 20 hours instead of 40 hours. I need 40 hours to pay my bills.
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