HR Director (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – March 30, 2017
There is plenty of work to be done, but constant encouragement to learn and grow. Most managers are wonderfully supportive, and there is a commitment to work/life balance. Great retirement and leave benefits!
It can be a bit overwhelming at times, but still a great team. Advancement is limited, because no one wants to leave,... but no one wants to leave.
Supportive culture, broad definition of family, benefits
Limited advancement, difficult to find a better place to work.
Admin Assistant (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – August 3, 2017
They are very family oriented, but when the little ones (workers) try to voice their opinions and are often overshadowed by management. I enjoyed working with different kinds of clientele. Staff meetings were great, but sometimes unnecessary. Way overworked and under paid.
Great coworkers, great vacation pay, sick time, benefits, hours are ok.
Hours are not all that flexible, management is pretty bad, sometimes my voice doesn't seem to matter
Head Start Program Manager (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – October 5, 2012
The agency has great benefits and is flexible with your schedule if you have children to raise. My immediate subordinates and I are from different cultures and backgrounds. We have built a solid team over the past 5 years, and we strive to offer quality services to children and families that we serve in a respectful way.
CLINICAL INTERN (Former Employee) – Independence, MO – October 23, 2017
The Family Conservancy was a terrific place to train. I was provided excellent training and supervision while entrusted with a significant case load. My supervision took her job seriously and pressed me to make the most of my training opportunities.