Carson Valley Children's Aid
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Carson Valley Children’s Aid need to hold the staff accountable for their actions & cleaniness . Offer better pay for the stressful work environment.

Answered June 15, 2018

At the end of the day your mentally and physically drained. Because there is no breaks taking until your shift is over.

Answered February 10, 2018

The person that do the interview provide you with a thorough package of information about Carson Valley Children's Aid. As well as what type of person the company is looking for.

Answered February 10, 2018

You a full-time worker 24/7 on all three shifts, and may have to do overtime once a month, or sometime as needed

Answered February 10, 2018

I think so it all depends on what for ?

Answered July 8, 2019

We get 12 sick days per year.

Answered by Carson Valley Children's AidJanuary 7, 2019

Drug tests are done for new hires and you are not subject to random testing.

Answered by Carson Valley Children's AidJanuary 7, 2019

Six years ago I use to love getting up and going to work no today August 22, 2019 I hate getting up and going to work and its not the children that I take care of its my co workers.. Never seen so many petty ppl go after your job .. And not to get your job just to see you get fired...

Answered August 22, 2019

Stressful, overwhleming and easy to get burnt out.

Answered May 17, 2020
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