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Don't take the offer, if you don't fit in to the submissive, yes ma'am, brown noser box. You will be let go, without notice after they have already used you and don't need you. They don't give you one warning it is just your out. They also cancel your Health insurance and make sure they take their payment from your laSt check.

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SWKey's future is not to bright they have to work on how they treat there employee. They need more training in professionalism.

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Depends on which Program you are hired. New recently open programs are bad , always senior staff returned back to their original place complaining of very bad management..
Do your best, do what they tell yo to do, do not provide beedback on open meetings, always show up positive specially with the youth & you will prolong your stay there.

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Depends...from 8hrs to 2 days if you were assigned to do a fly out outside the city and do your way back to the program.
Depends which position you work.

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Listen to staff and minors suggestions. Its no only about statistics. Do not treat employees like robots they are humans as well

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Every employee new or eventually again will pass for this its part of the hiring process, job related injury for worker comp, suspected, or selected.

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Direct care staff always will be burned out with overtime basically you just live,breath, eat, think, feel, for them in 2nd and 3 rd shifts(including even shift leaders). Covering 2 shifts, 12hrs shift and 6 days/ 1 day off on increased numbers until You eventually stopped having a life and lost reality that you are human.
1 shift direct care staff, Case managers the second group of overload work but stil within the limits
Clinician and teachers extremely rare.
Administrative and Lead Case, superrvisors, medical they have a normal fantastic great schedule and life combination.

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I was hired in 2 days from the point of submitting the application to completing the interview process. There is a high turn over rate for all positions.

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What do you know about SWK?

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