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Dred dealing the toxic atmosphere and petty cliques in the corporate offices.

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Your senior management is in over their head. You/they have allowed too many dedicated, knowledgeable and loyal staff to be dismissed/reassigned. My advice: retool your team.

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Demanding and unrealistic; regardless of the wage,

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Raise the pay for overnight staff,minimum wage 10.40 is ridiculous when you are entrusting staff with people's children. Also overnight staff should not be staying up for 10 hours and the transporting children around the city in the morning,a tired driver is a dangerous driver.

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Way too long, was about a month before starting 3 day orientation which is not enough to get to know the place.

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Depends on the position. Strongly advise not signing up for any kind of direct care position.

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The agency continues in dire financial straights, due to mismanagement as well as continued cutbacks in government funding sources. If you are seeking a future career here, do your homework before committing.

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Great. People who actually cared did it.

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