A company held together with band-aids
Child Safety Case Manager (Current Employee) – Largo, FL – December 24, 2015
You will spend the first 6 weeks in "training" that does not actually teach you how to do your job when you get out, the only thing it teaches you is how to pass your test. The expectations for this job are unreal and you will have several supervisors constantly yelling at you for not meeting deadlines, but offer little in the way of actually helping you do a better job. Turn over is insane at this place, and if you want to have any sort of life outside of work, forget about it; your 12 hour days will ensure that you don't. Be prepared to work off the clock as well. No room in the budget for overtime, but they will expect you do get it done anyway.
You will never complain about future jobs again.
You'll turn into an alcoholic.