This used to be a great place to work. We are constantly being told we have to do "more with less." Everyone is using this term. Unfortunately, this job is about people. The people we support, who rely on us day in and day out to be there for them, and to ensure that they are living the life that they want to live. Cutting so much has diminished the quality of life of people supported, the work life balance for staff, and the overall quality of the programs and support provided. The turn over rate is high.
PTO and EIB with medical benefits are decent
Long hours, lack of work life balance, poor pay