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You will never feel valued, it's all a numbers game, statistics matter more than the vulnerable poplulations you are hired to serve. The expectations are over the top, unpaid overtime is expected. You are expected to do a job without the proper tools to actually do it. Depending on who the management team is you may be asked to lie and when you refuse your job will be threatened or you will be tourmented just enough that there is only one choice... to quit...

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Retirement pension plan. Flexible spending account, dental benefits, tuition free college benefit.

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Go online and read about the agency you'd be working for so you know what they do and who they serve.

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Yes, they are able to apply for any job at Lakeland Village.

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Must complete application and other requirements at a local Department of Health & Human Services office.

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Usually a 3-4 personal interview panel with job related behavioral based interview questions. Do your homework and research the agency. Try to see if you can get a copy of the actual job description.

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They do background checks. They even check driving records.

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No. This is a self-employed position. I have my own private pension plan.

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4-6 hours per day

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