Cons: Too many to list
The only positive thing to say about AltaPointe is the ability to work with others who care for the mentally ill.
At AltaPointe you'll find raises are non-existent. Hours have been cut to 36/week with a small raise to make up the cut in hours. It actually led to a pay cut for everyone involved. While the CEO stated to the County Commission that he had the lowest paid employees in Mobile for healthcare, he was also planning to cut everyones hours and pay. Holidays have been removed unless you are scheduled to work them. Retirement changes constantly. At one time they were with RSA, an excellent retirement fund with the state. Now, they've got another retirement fund that isn't half as good. They seem to change retirement funds every few years. It makes me question whether they're funding anything other than the CEO's pocket. The money from the County and bond funds seem to go for takeovers and not to patient care or employee morale.
This is also a dangerous place to work in regards to safety. When you are attacked, and you will be attacked, by a violent consumer it takes a team effort to protect yourself. Then you may expect to be reprimanded and possibly fired for what they call assault.
Overall, replacing the CEO would be a positive step forward. His goal seems to be to take over mental health in the state at the expense of the employees, patients and community safety.