Move to Florida
Had too few employee to keep up with the volume of the workload. The "training" for the job was nonexistent. When I asked about training specific to the actual work, I was told your supervisor will provide you with specifics in relation to the work. That never happened. I finally quit, reluctantly. I felt overwhelmed, overworked. They would schedule you for meetings that were "mandatory" and still expect you to meet deadlines. I could not be in 2 places at once time. But I was told that is the expectation. The position gave crisis management a whole new horrible meaning. This position has turned me against crisis management.
Wanted to join the federation.
The I worked in closed down.
I didn't want to leave because I loved my job and the clients I worked with also I liked some of my co-workers they are nice people that show they care about others they were supportive,helpful and taught me more skills .But the supervisors were manipulating bullies that made it hard and stressful to work there
Lack of leadership willing to address issues. Failure to foster a respectful workplace where the mission and vision of the organization is followed. Leadership changes can make or break workplace culture. The culture is broken.
I never work for Catholic Charities. But I was thinking about it. I worked at a nurse assistance in Milwaukee and Madison WI. I would like to work in other areas for Catholic Charities. Not during Nursing Assistance.
I had to end the contract because work required extensive travel and overnights and at the time was caring for my aging father and could not be away from the house for long periods of time. I have since hired a home care worker that provides care and general attendance when I am not at home.
Answered - CONSTRUCTION ASSESSOR (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK
Better pay and benefits
Answered - Family Resource Center Initiative Program Manager (Former Employee) - San Jose, CA
I have not left my job.
Answered - Director (Current Employee) - New England