Channel Islands Social Services
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What is the most stressful part about working at Channel Islands Social Services?

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  • January 24, 2019

    Caregivers have flexibility to set their own preferred work hours with families. When families are not consistent with their schedules, the employed caregivers need to contact the office to request additional referrals. Those who take initiative to openly and regularly communicate their availability with families, schedule weeks in advance, and stay in touch with the office tend to work more hours. The company posts a sample of family requests for respite on the Staff page of the website every two weeks at www.IslandSocialServices.org

  • You never know if the families are going to work with your schedule, it’s also hard to find families that work with you’re schedule. I need a steady job that tells me Monday-Friday you’re working 4pm-8pm instead of trying to find families that need you those hours. Hard to find families

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  1. What is the most stressful part about working at Channel Islands Social Services?