What is it like to work at Family Outreach?

3.6Work/Life Balance
2.9Compensation/Benefits
2.9Job Security/Advancement
3.3Management
3.5Culture
3.0
Non-profit with great goals
Written by CHILDREN'S AUTISM TRAINER (Current Employee) from Bozeman, MT on September 6, 2017
While this place truly wishes to give clients the best chance at success for a good life, there is almost no communication and little accountability for activities done with clients. The burden of clear communication is put on the provider and not the supervisors
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