- Iowa National Guard Officers Auxiliary08.Dec 2015
Support from management
Leaders are only concerned with their own career, not helping anyone else.
Just a poster on the wall in this organization.
Freedom to work independently
If you are and your boss are buddies, you will do fine here.
Proper communication did not work on all levels.
It would appear that women have more opportunities than their male counterparts.
Attitude towards older colleagues
I have no knowledge of this organization taking care of senior workers.
There is absolutely no career advancement opportunities.
Overall compensation for your work
The pay and benefits were comparable with the civilian market.
Office / Work Environment
the equipment was current.
Not at my level.
If they wanted you to have a family, they would have issued one to you. NO balance allowed.
This organization is not putting forth a very good image.
It is a government job, thus, when the budget isn't passed in a timely manner, you are laid off.
I am unaware of any disabled persons working for this organization.
OSHA has never been to this organization. I would be interested in seeing a report on the findings.
There were times where I felt like I made a difference.
Inclusive / Diverse
Diversity is not a priority for this organization.
Suggestions for improvement
- If they implied that they cared about the employee, it would make it a much better place. Get rid of the "Good Ole Boy" system that is currently the main system for retention and promotions.
What I like about the company
The salary and time off were definite benefits.
What I dislike about the company
No room for family, ie. wife, children.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyIowa National Guard Officers Auxiliary
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015