What is it like to work at Family Matters of Greater Washington?

3.3Work/Life Balance
2.7Job Security/Advancement
Unconventional and fun staff deveopment and meetings
Written by Social Worker (Former Employee) from Washington, DC on December 10, 2017
A typical day included administrative and case management skill applications for the senior population of this city. Most of what I was required to do was part of my skill set and experience.

Workplace culture was young and joyful. We had monthly meetings with ice breakers and updates on where the company was in general not just competitively, ...
ProsUpper level management was able to be visionary with the agency and population served.
ConsContract negotiations for funding were not satisfactory and jobs were eliminated.
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