What questions did they ask during your interview at Enterphase Child & Family Services?
- Do you have experience working in residential setting? if no, do you posses any transferable skills?
- What do you know about the agency?
- Are you comfortable having to restrain?
- they explain day to day duties and ask if youre comfortable working shift work& long hours
If you were to leave Enterphase Child & Family Services, what would be the reason?
PAY - long term employees often discover that people are being hired at their same wage. Staff are often training people making as much, if not more, than them.
Long term employees are often given very large workloads, on top of training new staff; not worth $14-$17 per hour.
What would you suggest Enterphase Child & Family Services management do to prevent others from leaving?
Get better staff that appreciate the kids and other staff
What was the most challenging part of your role at Enterphase Child & Family Services?
Dealing with kids that need to be hospitalized and rude and disrespectful workers/management.