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Arizona's Children Association Employer Reviews

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Dissapointing
MSW Intern (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZMay 29, 2014
Sad, disappointing internship here. Would not recommend it. My supervisor could have cared less about teaching me. Very clique culture, don't you dare question how things run or you will be ostracized
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Some of the people are nice to work with
Office Manger (Current Employee), Apache Junction, AZApril 26, 2014
Pros: the pay is good and the benifits are good as well.
Cons: no breaks, and micro managed
When I arrive at work I log on to my computer and check e-mails and respond to e-mails, check phone messages, enter data onto a spead sheet, file confidential information, answer phones, greet customers, help co-working by e-mailing important paperwork they will need while out in the field. Enter client inforamtion into NextGen. Along with entering – more... information into NextGen, I also maintain a program called VisitTracker. I am a go getter and a self starter and I do not need much if at all any supervison. I can be a team player if needed and I know what my job duties are and I can function well with minimal supervison. The most enjoyable part of my job is when the other employees come in and I can help them out and get to know them and their needs. – less
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I would not recommend this company for employment, lots of drama and intimidation from management. low pay , bs training, billing is most important
clinician (Former Employee), yuma, azFebruary 20, 2014
Pros: a few employees were great to work with
Cons: awful supervisors, drama, bullying
Terrible management, lots of drama, intimidation, and demands. Hiring and firing at the drop of a hat.
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Emotional rewards, lots of expectations with a wide range of duties
Program Coordinator (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZNovember 5, 2013
Pros: can nearly create your own hours
Cons: difficult sub culture to work within
Arizona's Children is a sound company to work for.The job has many descriptions and tasks. It should be considered a supervisory position as more of the job evolved into management and supervisory tasks. The hardest part of the job was managing supervisors or more tenured employees who worked under the leadership of the program coordinator. The balance – more... of responsibility versus leadership and authority was not balanced thus there was an imbalance in the department which caused the program coordinator to have many responsibilities and little real authority while still being expected to manage and supervise. – less
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Watch your step...
Family Support Partner (Former Employee), Yuma, ArizonaJuly 30, 2013
Pros: helping families, great benefits, great work schedule
Cons: not enough training, managment, lack of communication
They will fire you with little explanation. They don't want you to work overtime but expect the job to get done, which 8 hours is sometimes not enough. Communication between workers and management sucks, since they will only answer your emails if they need something. They tell you they will train you super well, but they don't. They will literally throw – more... you out to the wolves, even when they say they wont. I loved my job... but the management sucks. – less
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Great place to work
Senior Family Support Specialist (Former Employee), ArizonaNovember 7, 2012
Pros: supportive employees and excellent supervisors
Cons: lots of documentation
Working at Arizona Children Association was a great place. The people were caring and understanding. Fun and entertainment each and every day.
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unstable organization with disturbing culture
Supervisor/Therapist (Former Employee), Tucson, AZAugust 14, 2012
Pros: flexible with time off. a few good supervisors in clinical programs
Cons: crunched, stressed schedule, billing is more important that client service, no room for training and employee growth
Hundreds of layoffs and program closures within the past few years. Worked there for 7 years in a lower level management and clinical position. Basically just got comfortable and not wanting to move on. However, after increasing mistrust between management and clinicians/overall agency chose to resign. Employees are treated second rate and like children. – more... Micromanagement, questionable hiring and firing practices, which I saw as a manager. – less
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Productive and fair place to work
Clinician (Former Employee), Yuma, AZJuly 10, 2012
The management team was very reasonable and fair. The supervisors made an effort to understand their employees and to treat every employee fairly.
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unorganized departments with poor communication
Sr. Behavior Management Specialist (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZMay 25, 2012
Pros: non
Cons: no set rules, there
I wouldn't refer anyone to be employed by this agency until it is revamped or restructure the way they communicate.