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30 days ago

Client Service Representative

Public Consulting Group, Inc. Kent, WA

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30+ days ago

Data Specialist

Public Consulting Group Kent, WA


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Public Consulting Group President William S Mosakowski
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    Good intentions, no plan, toxic people

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    Current Employee - ITS
    Current Employee - ITS

    I have been working at Public Consulting Group full-time (more than an year)


    This was a great place to learn and grow as a young IT employee
    Some managers were fantastic and would go out of their way to assist others and grow employees
    Pay was pretty decent


    Toxic people, many were in management positions, some have since been demoted but still retained employment here somehow. Culture of blame and jealousy among the IT departments. Company does not seem to have a plan, or seems to change the plan constantly, and this is rarely communicated to the lower levels. Upper level management makes decisions unilaterally and does not seek input or completely ignores input from employees who are going to actually do the work to execute the "vision". In the past two years this company has hired a ton of new managers, directors, and senior level employees, but has done a horrible job of hiring competent lower and mid level employees to actually carry the workload. Lower level employees who are "promoted" are rarely paid significantly more. Change management is running IT into the ground by causing technical people to spend more time filling out paperwork than actually doing something to fix the numerous issues in this company. New directors, at the time that I left, seemed to be pushing the department to implosion.

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    Clean house! Get rid of these toxic people who start trouble and spread gossip. Communicate with your team more and seek their input. Promote hard workers who prove themselves up from within rather than creating new positions for people who weren't suited for their current position. Current lower level employees in IT have no reason to work harder because there are no positions for them.

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