Typical day at work: sit behind a desk and go to meetings with your colleagues. What I learned how to work as a team and be a team player. How to manage multiple priorities and get everything done in a timely fashion. management: good, flexible and not micro-managed. One is able to make own decisions and work independently. workplace culture: very good. fun, easygoing, relaxed, but not as supportive as they could be when it comes to hiring individuals with disabilities, not giving them the direction and not taking them under their wing and walking them through their job. Expecting the employee to know what to do and so giving individuals too much responsibility and expecting them to step up to the plate when they did not have the experience or know how to do the job.Hiring someone with no experience and putting them in the top job, just to say that they hired someone with a disability at a high level and not just for the lower paying jobs.
The hardest part of the job was having the confidence to make the right decisions without fearing that you would get reprimanded if someone did not like your decision or choice.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the freedom to work independently and to know that you were making a difference in someone's life.