Case Manager, San Antonio, TX - November 12, 2015
A typical day doesn't ever end. Boundaries are essential to the work-life balance and it is imperative to have the ability to say no to management when it is necessary. Upper management on the more direct level is, at times, more concerned with their own self-advancement that they tend to forget the why of the position. You become a family with your co-workers so naturally there is gossip, but they will always help each other when it comes down to it. The hardest part of the job is continuing to do what is best for the population when you are faced with a management that doesn't know what/when/where/why they do what they do. The most enjoyable part of the job are the experiences that one has the privilege of experiencing with the population that is served.