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Supervisors don’t provide support or adequate training, the only employees who are valued are the paper pushers, they receive benefits and regular schedules while the rest of us fight for cases and hours. Would not apply again not recommend to others.

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I work at least 10 hours a day in Family Based. The paperwork is the most overwhelming. Everyone in Family Based spends a lot of time trying to get caught up, but it is impossible.

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I have worked in both Family Based and Family Focused. You will work when the family is available. I work longs hours including, mornings, late evenings, weekends, holidays. It is difficult on my family. Good luck trying to use your PTO.

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I decided to leave Family Based because of having to work in unsafe homes with no support.

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Not often, and they are minimal when you do get a raise. I have worked here for 2 years.

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Dreaded it! It is all about the productivity and making a profit for the agency. Family Based and Family Focused programs are all about the money you bring in. Sad!

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Learn what being fair and ethical means.

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Good luck trying to use a sick day or PTO! There is no such thing as self-care or using a mental health day when you work at Wesley! Pathetic! If you don't get your time off approved at least two weeks in advance, you are given a written warning.

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Crash and burn. A deceitful, questionable agency.

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It was awkward and disorganized. Too much time was spent on irrelevant questions about my previous employer.

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