Pros: helpng the sick and poor
Cons: forty five miles to work.
Every day was busy and stressful. I was proud to have been able to improve the services to our clients, and increase and improve the in-service programs for the staff, who in large part were dedicated employees. Unfortunately, the support needed to get things done in a timely manner was lacking. Many things were out of one's control to fix. Worked within – more... the confines of an intense organization that was going through reorganization with a new, but very competent CEO. Unfortuntely, there was a lot of weeding out to do and that was a slow process. – less