Care Consultant, Atlanta, GA - September 5, 2016
The pay is decent, but it's very hard to communicate with upper management. The schedules are not very accommodating if you're looking to have a social life, spend time with family, or simply maintain self-care. The hours and can be very stressful, and take a toll on your mental and physical health (many of the workers complain of chest pains). Also, upper management micromanages employees to the point that it's frustrating/uncomfortable and they don't appear to care about the employees. There's not very much room to get a promotion, and the Care Consultant position does not receive pay raises. Also, they are not very stable in practices such as training; employees were made to spend a great deal of time in an extensive training that didn't necessarily prepare the individual for the actual job at all.