- SLCAP Head Start11.Dec 2015
Many employees commonly kept their own documentation on supervisors and other staff because so much of what they were told was later changed. There was not much trust. They always had great ideas to change things, but it never played out for lower level employees. Very stressful. Several employees came down with stress related medical issues that went away after leaving this job.
Support from management
Leadership was horrible especially at the top. Supervisors were very demeaning to employees. There were many times they would explain new processes, wouldn't give us directions in writing and actually wouldn't let us share what we had written down. (even though our main saying was "if it's not written down, it didn't happen") This mainly happened before federal reviews as a way for them to not take responsibility for creating the process if they had findings during the review.