Wonderful Job/Terrible Leadership
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Oregon – February 13, 2017
If you find fulfillment in helping people during times of need this is your home, but you must be able to endure a complete lack of leadership. This means: superiors lacking in basic technical knowledge needed to understand the positions they supervise (or even fulfill their own basic tasks), superiors who don't want to hear about dysfunction that destroys moral, supervisors who do not follow the companies guidelines when it comes to following procedures, and low pay. Supervisors who don't want to hear about workers not complying with program rules thereby putting funding in jeopardy.
Personal fulfillment in a role that can highly impact peoples lives in a positive and immediate way
Horribly dysfunctional managment; ugly, hidden politics and low pay.