Adverse job culture; agency is best on a per diem basis
Crisis Response (Former Employee) – Fair Lawn, NJ – May 18, 2015
Demanding fast-paced job with high case load, strict deadlines/mammoth paperwork volume, unfeasible expectations, frequent on-call rotation, inconsistent policies, procedures, management, and supervision. Bilingual workers are not compensated for language skills and retain the highest caseloads. Overall, the politically laden job culture exhibits irregular patterns of accepted behavior, and the beliefs and values that promote and reinforce them are unethical and conflict-ridden.
Working in the community with families/youth, clinical hours
No room for self/team advocacy, impractical high demands, no team cultivation, frequent tampering of compensation and overtime, abstracted Union representation