What do employees at SAFY say about culture and work-life balance?
Low compensation but a great introduction to clinical social work
Written by Case Coordinator II (Former Employee) from Charleston, SC on January 24, 2018
SAFY lacks a company culture. The compensation is nowhere near what it should be for the work that is required. The paperwork is tedious and redundant. Upper management is disconnected with the support positions. The clinical aspect of the job is phenomenal and this is a great way to develop clinical skills and get training with various interventions. - more...
Low salary, tedious paperwork, upper to lower management disconnect