This company... wow. That's all I can think to say right off the bat.
They will alternate between too many hours to not enough.
In my experiences, though being on the record as a full-time staff, I would work a total of 30 to 35 hours per week, but it's stretched over 6 days. 2 hours one day, 11 hours another. Some clients call in and you're out of luck.
Communication with management is sorely lacking.
On the plus side, Bridges of Indiana is not corrupt, like many other companies, such as the ARCs, but what it lacks in corruption, it more than makes up in incompetence.
Working in a job helping people.
Management. Clients' family.