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You feel alone and forgotten. Management doesn't interact with the staff and don't like to be bothered.

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Embarrassed.. I found that people around my city knew of this company and talked about its poor reputation.

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Very boring. They don't like to spend time showing you anything so you do a couple of tasks throughout the day that are very repetitive. You go in knowing the day will drag on and there will be no sense of accomplishing much or being able to make a difference. You feel like a bother if you ask to be shown something to help out more.

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Management. Assistant Director was completely unprofessional and rude, was definitely not qualified to lead a group of people.

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Frantic, hectic and full-blown crisis mode.

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Management and overtime.

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I wish I had an answer. But I think greater advocacy and lobbying is needed on a managed care level. Also, a form of accountability for clients - such as no show fees. In a given day I could work 10 hours but only see 4 clients because the rest don't show up. This is standard for healthcare (as I've changed jobs and seen how it plays out in hospital settings) but to require staff to meet a quota dependent on the client's decision to attend or not creates expedited burn out. I began to see my patients as numbers towards my quota and knew that it was time for me to leave.

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There are a variety of different programs that you can work within that offer different hours. There is pretty much something for everyone. You can have a more flexible schedule allowing you to have time off during the day or you can work in a program that offers a set 8 hours Monday-Friday if you prefer.

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Relocation to another state.

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I had a friend who was also working for this company and they recommended it for a recent high school graduate

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