Public Consulting Group

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Public Consulting Group President William S Mosakowski
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    Former Employee - Developer  in  Clarkston, WA (US)
    Former Employee - Developer in Clarkston, WA (US)

    I worked at Public Consulting Group full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    I loved the group of people in the office. I worked there for over 5 years; started out w/ less than 20 employees & has increased to over 60. Reimbursement for spousal benefits is amazing!

    Cons

    The structure & ladder of acheivements are missing. The Nepotism & favoritism towards co-workers is ridiculous. No acknowledgement for acheiving goals & when something does get done incorrectly then of course you are responsible. Caused burn out. No room to increase in positions when working SSI/SSDI cases either for foster care or adult side. The only growth is to become a team lead/supervisor - which many employees do NOT want to manage. The pay is minimal especially when fast food restaurants are comparible. Getting a $2 increase in 5 years is ridiculous. Turn over is ridiculous also; 7 people leave in 6 months.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create ladder structure & make it comfortable for any employee to come ask questions without them feeling dumb or belittled (even if they just asked that same question yesterday). Stop with the micro-managing - this solves nothing.

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