"Good place to grow and learn with excellent benefits."
"The State of California suffers from utilising a 60 year old mainframe with a series of retrofit emulations. The users are accustomed to working with key strokes to do their job and are unionised. State workers work in an inverse culture that suffers from exclusiveness rather than inclusive unconscious bias. These are the challenges I take on willingly and unselfishly."
"Does not have the best leadership, coaching, training, and development. Promotions are not merit-based."
"I've worked with County of LA since 2018. I was responsible for the security and threat management"
"I worked as a Corrections Officer for the last 15 years and experienced high levels of management and multi-tasking in a stressful environment. Prior to this role, I was in the high tech industry for over 20 years in the production, inventory control, and supply chain areas. I would welcome the opportunity to get back into it, as I truly miss the environment."
"I've worked at DLSE for three years. It is a wonderful environment and I highly recommend DLSE to anyone looking for a rewarding challenge."
"Working for Caltrans was an amazing and rewarding experience!"
"Awesome coworkers, fast-paced, and challenging."
"These guys don't know what they're doing. Po?PCH & provider change every hour. There is not one professional adult who knows how to handle the work load. They have no support system or give any kind of appreciation to staff. They are very adamant about not believing inmates' word but yet believe anything from anybody except their own staff. There is too much backstabbing people who enjoy watching others struggle. They never have enough supplies but yet expect work to be up to code. I was hired on as a custodian, told to sign paperwork as custodial supervisor and completed job descriptions of a superintendent. Then scolded for doing so and told we are not supervisors. Then told we are supervisors. But do not get supervisors pay. The work doesn't comply with job duties of a custodian. I sent that fraud to put an ad and hire employees as custodian but assigned duties that don't match and be underlayer. Oh yes, most important is not providing proper training to fit the location of employment... and so much more. These guys need to be audited because crook is short for crooked. Cal PIA/HFM is the most unorganized, stressful waste of the state's money. Nothing is done by the book that they strongly enforce."
"Very political with tons of micro-managing."
"I've worked for them for a couple of years and I like the company, you're caring for someone that needs the help. I used to make meals three times a day, take her to her appointments and make sure she takes her meds on time and if there were days she couldn't do for herself I would do for her and so woke her up the days she needed her treatment."
"The State of California is a secure entity and provides a diverse opportunity for those who can relocate to Sacramento. As for the attainment of promotions in any other city, the opportunities are limited due to the policies of old which favor governance from a center (Capitol) instead of global diversion."
"Having come from the private sector, the state is a whole different animal in that it seems that people do the minimum work they are required. I much prefer the private sector."
"Good benefit, nice work environment, good retirement. I retired from this position after working for the state for 20 years."
"Government Service involves a lot of politics. Sometimes, it is more important to be more political than right."
State of California has an overall rating of 3.6 Average Rating out of 5, based on over 43 State of California Review Ratings left anonymously by State of California employees, which is 8% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. 91% of employees would recommend working at State of California.
State of California employees earn $51,000 annually on average, or $25 per hour, which is 23% lower than the national salary average of $66,000 per year. 19 State of California employees have shared their salaries on CareerBliss. Find State of California Salaries by Job Title.
91% of employees would recommend working at State of California with the overall rating of 3.6 out of 5. Employees also rated State of California 3.5 out of 5 for Company Culture, 3.6 for Rewards You Receive, 3.2 for Growth Opportunities and 3.5 for support you get.
According to our data, the highest paying job at State of California is a Senior Director of Solutions Architecture at $201,000 annually. Browse State of California Salaries by Job Profile.
According to our data, the lowest paying job at State of California is a Help Desk Representative at $16,000 annually. Browse State of California Salaries by Job Profile.
According to reviews on CareerBliss, employees commonly rated the pros of working at State of California to be Company Culture, Growth Opportunities, People You Work With and Person You Work For, and no cons.
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