Questions and Answers about Carson Valley Children's Aid

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Carson Valley Children's Aid.

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What advice would you give the CEO of Carson Valley Children's Aid about how to improve it?

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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 - Youth Care Worker (Former Employee) - Flourtown, PA

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Make sure staff is hIghly trained at all levels that meets the company's policies and guidelines

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Like I said its best that you educate yourself before hand and learn as much as possible about Carson Valley children and the company policies.

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Gut it, there's almost nothing worth salvaging.

Answered - Youth Care Worker (Former Employee) - Flourtown, PA

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Ms Kiddy,

Be visible and accessible to parents. Families are not being service. You being feed lies about services, by your Directors, Assistance Directors, and most importantly the Operation Manager. There is no transparency at CVCA and staff that works hard and goes above the Call of duty are often fired. Lastly, image can not be the standard if you want quality and not quantity. Outcomes are not measurable by fake numbers and how many unskilled Master level staff you have sitting behind a desk making wedding plans and bullying other staff . While you are inhaling lies and fake numbers that equals lose in revenue for the agency.

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Provide adequate training for staff regarding paper work. Provide adequate training for site managers. Improve communication between upper management and support staff workers. Encourage a more friendly and supportive work environment .Provide compensation for personal time spent completing paper work and additional computers.

Answered - Lead Behavioral Health Worker (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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