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Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Social Security Administration, United States on Jan 13th, 2022
"No one here is happy, and all would leave if given the opportunity because all the workloads are impossible and the culture is toxic."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Social Security Administration, United States on Apr 13th, 2021
"Pay is not equal to the amount of stress the job will put you through. I only stay because it is a portable job with that fits the lifestyle of a military spouse. I do not have to start over and job hunt when we change duty stations. Once my partner retires from the military and we are done moving, I am quitting and finding a job that does not involve impossible workloads, and being berated by the general public."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Social Security Administration, United States on Dec 22nd, 2020
"If you have the right manager, it is great for work-life balance. Most people telework 3 days a week (5 days with COVID) and you can work flexible hours between 6am and 6pm (5am and 10pm during COVID). However, some of the parameters around the flexibility is very rigid. For example, without the current COVID allowances, we are not allowed to work after 6 and even get in trouble if caught doing so! You telework 3 specific days a week and generally can't change them. Most parents still find it worth it. There are some more flexible places out there, but it could also be a lot worse. It's also generally a pretty low stress job. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Social Security Administration on Nov 5th, 2018
"This is truly an EEO environment. Promotions are always merit-based."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Social Security Administration on May 28th, 2018
"The compensation may be less than working for a private employer but leave policies are more flexible "
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