"This was a great experience on many levels. Not only are you learning the process for filing taxes, but you are given the chance to help those from a lower-income community. who runs the Child's Park YMCA location, is a great leader and has no problem giving instruction. He also put's you right in the middle so you have no other choice but to figure things out. Great experience."
"The Federal government can be a wonderful place to work. To gain experience for those who do not have any. Also, a great place to advance."
"Good work-life-balance work task."
"The irs I.T. department is the most unorganized place i have worked. In order to do something you have to jump through a bunch of hoops or wait several days for another team to get back to you."
"I've worked for IRS and it has been a great place too work. My boss was extremely happy with my work. I also was offer another position after 90 days of employment."
"I've worked with IRS since Apr 2017 and was impressed with the company lifestyle."
"I have worked for the IRS for 10 years. Benefits and work is stable and interesting but growth opportunities are lacking"
"Internal Revenue Service is a Bureau of the Department of Treasury that is tasked with enforcement of income tax laws and overseas the collection of the federal income taxes. You need to uphold ethics and trust with excellent customer communication. It is a great place to have a long career."
"Great volunteer experience here."
"My position was very unique and interesting. Some much to lrearn."
"A large bureaucracy which can stifle your ability to get your job done."
"The San Francisco office is a terrible office to work for, full of racist white managers and unethical leaders that discriminate against minorities. Unethical and by far the worst organization to work for in the SF area."
"What do you expect? It's the federal government. Pluses: It's pretty stable, you probably won't get laid off, and you have to screw up pretty badly to get fired. They don't seem to expect much actual work, and rightly so. The dress code is pretty casual; I wear jeans, sneakers, T shirts, and have an earring and visible tattoos, and nobody's said anything. Minuses: Almost everything is proprietary, so even if you have years of experience, you will have to be trained, probably by someone who can't really be bothered. The many bureaucratic regulations and procedures and so on will often make it nearly impossible to get anything done, hence all the downtime. This may not be the case if you're a permanent employee, but contractors don't get those choice government benefits, nor get paid all that well."
"Not the best career for someone young."
"Great family environment, however there are not a lot of "in house" promotions. It is often that a person is hired from the outside before a person from the inside is promoted."
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