A rewarding disappointment.
Pros: very freindly at first, lunches, comfortable uniforms, family events, good humor.
Cons: their true nature, lazy ambitious people with no concern for others
The job gave my the opportunity to help those in need, I saw so much fear and sorrow in the people I visited, to be able to address their concerns, and ease their worries gave me something that you cannot buy. As I learned more, and became involved with the business end of the facility, I saw such ugliness that even without the increase in my workload due to the firing of the 2nd driver, and the pass the buck attitude, I had to quit that job on a moral standpoint. Once they showed their disrespect of the people in need I knew I could never trust these people.