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As long as there are children coming the US from poor Central American countries, there will be jobs at Southwest Key Programs. The company lays off when times are slow, specifically newly hired clinician and case managers.



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If you are bilingual in English and Spanish you have more probability to get hired, new people gets second or third shift.

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Fast paced, production is important, keep up, management is just worried about numbers.

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Drug tests should be conducted at any given time.

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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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Drug testing should apply to everyone employed by SWKeys

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One should not complain about shedules. I'm sure you were advised before you accepted the position. Be thankful you have a job.

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What do you know about SWK?

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To help employees to be where they want to be and treat them equally and with respect.

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Working with the clients was the only motivating factor in returning each day.

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