program called "PROS" has no professionalism
Recovery Specialist (Former Employee) – Brooklyn – July 3, 2015
most negative environment I've ever experienced.
no psychiatrist agrees to work there for any extended period of time due to morale and unrealistic expectations.
poor management, supervisors make false accusations and HR does not advocate for nonexecutive or nonsupervisory staff. assistant director asking staff for controlled substances. director throwing a chair during a staff meeting.
employees are overworked, underpaid and undervalued
advancement is not possible for 99% of staff
unhealthy environment leads to various medical conditions and unsanitary conditions. constant construction shakes building, releases chemicals in the air and inhibits morale. executive staff jokes about this and threatens to not pay employees in order to use employee salaries to repair the building. mold growing. leaks throughout the top floor of the building, where PROS is located.
no safety precautions despite dangerous clients (alternative to incarceration program with no security guard, no panic buttons, no video cameras and mostly 20-30 y.o. female staff)
demands on employees are unreasonable - asked to run up to 12 therapy groups per week, work with 20 clients, see each client individually weekly, write up treatment plans, progress notes, curricula, get all clients a primary care physician and a physical, document all outgoing calls in multiple locations, and other documentation that is demanded numerous times with changes due to poor management and supervision.
employees talk badly about each other and supervisors talk badly about employees to staff.
1 hour lunch break, nice support staff working in the elevator
unprofessional, physically unsafe, unsupportive environment, no advancement opportunities