None. The organization has much internal changes to make to retain knowledgeable employees. This organization is trying to make careers out of a job.
Pay scale terrible. Evaluation aren't implemented properly. Time at the organization doesn't equal compensation. The organization has much internal changes to make to retain knowledgeable employees. This organization is trying to make careers out of a job.
Advice to Management
Move to GS pay scale to retain senior employees
I applied online. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at TSA (Transportation Security Administration) (Traverse City, MI) in March 2017.
Hiring process was somewhat slow. I had applied in October of 2016, took the test in November and passed but didn't hear anything else for a while. Then two weeks ago, in Feb of 2017, I got a call to come in for an interview. Mind you, the place I'd applied for was hours away from my location and I applied knowing this. In my opinion, the people weren't very professional at all. There was a test to test color blindness and I did that while I waited for my interview before getting called in. It was very quick and short, and I'd noticed both of my interviewers were giving each other the side eye while I was already extremely nervous. The questions had been nothing like what I studied for, and I'd even bought the book they'd listed as a reference for their questions. How does one prepare for their interview process when they do not give better examples of what their questions are like?