Questions and Answers about Wesley Family Services

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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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Horrible, long and no flexibility.

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Horrible, no flexibility, no work life balance when working for Family Based Mental Health.

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Very difficult! As a supervisor, I work 10 to 12 hours per day as well as most weekends. No compensation for overtime.

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Extremely difficult hours! You are expected to put your family second and your job first. Supervisors micromanage your schedule and are totally unrealistic with their expectations of you and your time. It is all about making productivity and money for the agency. Pathetic!

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Ridiculous! The paperwork in addition to making your weekly budget of units creates 10 hour work days, plus working late evenings and weekends to try to get caught up. It's not worth it!

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Take a 15 minute break in the morning, 1/2 hour lunch break, 15 minute break in the afternoon.

Answered - Accounts Receivable Associate (Former Employee) - Wexford, PA

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You have to take work home with you because the paperwork is impossible to keep on top of. Burnout occurs quickly here due to working long and late hours. Many times you have to work weekends if that is what your clients want.

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For my program, it is mostly evenings and some weekends. I think this is true for most MH positions as you need to be available when the families are available. I am able to flex my time throughout the week if I have to work a late night or a weekend.

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The working hours are extremely difficult. Many days you are working from morning until late at night. You have to be flexible to meet the needs of the family's schedules, which means mostly working evenings, nights and weekends.

Answered - Mental Health Therapist (Current Employee) - New Kensington, PA

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