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- "Benefits are great!" (in 25 reviews)
- "Coworkers are great and you feel like you make a difference." (in 24 reviews)
- "Some of the best things about working at KVC are the amazing coworkers, flexible schedules, and casual dress code." (in 23 reviews)
- "I have been with KVC for 15 years and have always had very supportive supervisors and management." (in 21 reviews)
- "One thing and probably the best and only is the Flexible hours and being able to work to help children in bad situations." (in 16 reviews)
- "Work to Life Balance; stressful at times; very fast paced; low pay" (in 26 reviews)
- "KVC continues to work hard to address low salaries." (in 7 reviews)
- "1% raise and you can expect more responsibilities to be added to your plate with no compensation." (in 6 reviews)
- "Would receive high requests from foster parents and case managers to transport their children, earn praises from office staff and mangement, but told a year and half later there are no raises." (in 6 reviews)
- "Pay, Schedule options, Organization, consistency among staff, Communication, Lack of breaks" (in 5 reviews)
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- 4.0Jan 4, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeKansas City, KS
- Competitive Pay - Great work/field experience - Learning environment - Supportive Coworkers
- Case Load - Supervisors - Type of Work
- 1.0Dec 30, 2019Case ManagerFormer Employee, more than 1 yearTopeka, KS
Never a dull moment, coworkers are decent people, vacation pay adds up quickly, you should feel a sense of joy and empowerment if you are doing your job well, since you help children who have endured trauma.
Low salary compared to the actual hours needed to be completed to meet endless deadlines, insanely high case load counts, lack of support from higher-ups/supervisors, mandatory work days, monthly on-call shifts, no room for growth, dishonesty from higher-ups, low retention rates, endless promises of a better future that never come to be, inability to actually take time off of work, insurance doesn't cover much, but is costly. Most importantly the slogan 'people matter' is a not on that pertains to the employees! You shouldn't see coworkers crying daily due to their never-ending work-load,1KVC Health Systems Response4y
Thank you for sharing your perspective on being a case manager in Kansas child welfare. We would be curious if you were in your role before or after Oct. 2019, because the environment has changed for the better with the start of the new state child welfare grants that began then. That is because these contracts/grants are more adequately funded and structured to provide several more critical support positions, which is in line with your suggestions. Either way, please know your feedback is very valuable and we agree with many of your suggestions. "People matter" applies first to KVC team members, and we are working to increase employee support through a new multi-year partnership with Gallup around employee engagement. We regret we weren't able to help create the supportive environment you needed and deserved before you moved on, but truly wish you the best going forward.