I enjoyed the type of work I did by transporting children to and from their visits. I would supervise the visits. I learned a lot by doing this job. I learned how to be a little more professional. I learned how to communicate with social workers regarding the cases. I learned data entry by entering notes, signing them, and turning them in. The hardest part of the job is being on a certain case for a long period of time, I became attached to some of the children. Then the case would end, and the child would be reunited with the parent or stay with the foster parent. Sometimes it was just hard. The management was always rude. Anytime you walked into the office to turn in notes and to get your paycheck, you were never acknowledged as even being in the same room. You were never praised for doing a good job, and she would have her favorites. If you weren't one of them, you would not get much work, and you were just treated poorly.