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Get everything in writing. They are dishonest and unethical. Very money driven, even at the expense of what is best for children.

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Be yourself. Compassion and energy and open mindedness are needed here. I work for the Cincinnati office and I love it. Managers are easy going and really believe in what's in the best interest of the families. If you like to work with kids, have trauma training and like a team environment talk about that.

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Write down everything offered and make sure it's in the hire letter worded the same way. Protect yourself!
Be honest in your answers. This work field is demanding and is the uglier side of life. Make sure you can handle that and be honest with yourself and the interviewer. Make sure you can follow up to the descrition instead of telling them what they want to hear. You may be sorry if you don't!

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I agree with the above statement, if they promise any kind of advancement get it in writing! $1,000,000 says they'll find a way to keep from writing any kind of promise.

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Get everything they promise in writing. Regional Manager and Clinical Supervisor magically forget everything.

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