What I have learned in this industry that every day is different. As the saying goes, the calm before the storm. It will be quiet for a few hours, then chaos the next.
I've learned that control and intimidation is toxic.
There's so much avenues that each individual can learn, if they just communicate, talk to each other and learn how to manage each situation. Managing this industry is one of the key points, communication, respect, working as a team instead of control, intimidation and not doing their job well.
The workplace is average and it takes a person/s to do this job. The culture is challenging but respect and communication is just one of the tools that I am good at.
Sometimes, we can't really get what we want due to budget cuts, but we just basically use what's available.
No communication, job satisfaction and support as a team and not as an individual.
Love some of the people that I used to work with, enjoyed my job immensely that helping others and knowingly that they will do their best to rehabilitate for their own self.
Good renumeration and days off
Volume of food that each person consumes, not enough health training for people.