In the few years (under 5) I been there, I had 5 Supervisors. There is a lot of "favoritism" for lack of better word when it comes to filling a position. When you do not have a fair and unbiased hiring process, you tend to get 5 supervisors. There is a lot of poor management and lack of communication, with the expectation that you can read their minds. The primary counselors delivering direct practice are hit the worst, their caseload surges up to 45 at times, then unable to provide quality services to each client and it becomes a "drive-by" treatment and "just sign here" so that the treatment plans are submitted on time. After a while it became very evident that they financial gain was more important than the quality of service being delivered---I'm not about that so I left.
Time off given when needed or when unexpectedly needed
Lack of communication, Poor management, Micro-managed