Working at State of New York (NY)

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Ratings for State of New York (NY)

  • Appreciation
    2.8
  • Company Outlook
    3.7
  • Fair Pay
    2.8
  • Learning and Development
    3.3
  • Manager Communication
    2.7
  • Manager Relationship
    3.8
  • Pay Transparency
    4.0
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State of New York (NY) Reviews

What is it like working at State of New York (NY)?

Senior Attorney:
Satisfaction rating mostly comes from the benefits and the people on my direct team. The higher management levels have a lot of ineffective people that somehow both micro-manage and also never make decisions that are part of their job. Lower level employers are left without power or answers, much of the time, to respond to issues which come up every day. The result is a lot of matters stay in limbo for long time periods while lower level employees have to deal with the consequences of these delays and inaction. Kind of typical bureaucracy.
Great benefits and half decent pay but poor management.
Attorney / Lawyer in New York:
Pros: Benefits and holidays
Cons: Management style
Bureaucracy at its core.
Senior Auditor in Albany:
Pros: Steady pay, future pension
Cons: A lot of nonsense
It is good for building inspectors.
Facilities Planner in New York:
Pros: Ability to move to other departments.
Cons: Promotions are difficult.
Landscape Architect for NYS.
Landscape Architect in Alexandria Bay:
Pros: Professional, but relaxed atmosphere, variety of work experiences, liberty to come and go as needed, great benefits
Cons: Red tape and paperwork in order to move projects along, specification writing, lack of communication
You’ll Die Inside.
Direct Support Professional in Schenectady:
Pros: I love the individuals I work with and my direct coworkers and supervisor.
Cons: Higher management treats us DSPs the most disrespectful that I have ever seen in any sort of government agency. Instead of being thankful to those that are trying their hardest; management is instead taking full advantage of everyone and being disrespectful and nasty in the process.