- Texas Department of Family and Protective Services09.Dec 2015
It's a love-hate environment. You like a person then you dont because of their work ethic or their personality. Some great workers try to make the environment friendly and welcoming but the stress of cases is always in your head. One great thing is you can vent to mostly any worker because they understand. Supervisors usually keep amongst themselves or higher ups, sometimes they have good relationships with workers outside their units.
Support from management
There is constant change, the leaders of the agency sometimes loose sight of the clients and can criticize the worker too harshly instead of focusing on a solution. There are some supervisors/administrators that care and most trainers give all they have to train new workers and vets. Since there is a high volume of cases, it is hard to keep goals set and it makes it harder when you have to look for resources/solutions on your own.