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Dale Schultz
about 1 month ago
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What made me stay at #CoreCivic was

great company to work for and great people to work with.

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Virlee Ingram
almost 3 years ago
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What I loved working at #CoreCivic

I was able to work as many hours as I wanted to weekly..

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Anthony Manriquez
7 months ago
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A stressful #Corecivic day

Everyday for last few years. The company promotes people off a point system. Not actually looking at the person and there experience. If u interview well, your good as gold.

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Virlee Ingram
almost 3 years ago
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Drama at #CoreCivic

The place at La Palma is full of drama, the sad thing is you can get a long with the inmates better than you can with staff, all the staff will stab you in your back and drag your name through the mud especially when they are dirty to get attention off of them.

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Virlee Ingram
almost 3 years ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #CoreCivic as a #CorrectionalOfficer ...

Be careful because you truly don't have any support and you just a body and that's it, you are replaceable and they don't care about their employees.

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Anthony Manriquez
7 months ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #Correctionalofficer at #Corecivic ...

Staying as long as I did.

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Anthony Manriquez
7 months ago
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Drama at #Corecivic

Never had issues with anyone.

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Anthony Manriquez
7 months ago
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What I loved working at #Corecivic

Working with the officers I worked with.

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Virlee Ingram
almost 3 years ago
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When you can't trust your supervisor, and then they fire you because they didn't get you the proper training you needed to do the job.

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Virlee Ingram
almost 3 years ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #CorrectionalOfficer at #CoreCivic ...

Shaking an inmate hand.

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