Working at OCH there was very little to no work life balance as the expection was to work full time hours and still be available while off duty to answer questions. OCH also tends to assign an overwhelming number of tasks to one individual opposed to employing additional staff to balance the work load. Training was also done haphazardly leaving you with a limited understanding of all task, yet management would berate you for incompleted tasks you were not made aware of. Additionally, the frontline staff tend to be under qualified having little to no interest in engaging/planning meaningful activities for the clients. Management was also very unsupportive when concerns about the operation of the homes, the care the clients receive, safety, etc was brought to their attention. The homes are run below the minimum standard making it extremely difficult to effectively do your job.
Positivly impacting Children and Youth
Long hours, no work life balance, management is condescending