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Fast paced foster care agency
Office Manager (Current Employee), Bronx, NYAugust 5, 2013
Pros: benefits, flexible
Cons: rough group of youth to service
A fast paced foster care agency providing home for teenagers.
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Worth working here, if you don't have anything better going on...
Group Care Worker (Former Employee), Auburn, NYJanuary 14, 2013
Pros: average wages, union workplace, time off for full-time workers
Cons: crummy schedule, wait for time off/benefits, unreliable benefit plan, high turnover
CHC does a lot of entry-level hiring and is a great place to get your feet wet; however, CHC has a notoriously high turnover rate, including a reputation for firing employees without a reason or explanation. Also, there is a very long wait for benefit plans, which get more expensive yet cover less every year. A lot of passionate people work here, and – more... change the lives of these families... if only upper management were as invested in its employees... – less
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Residential Treatment Center
Residential Recovery Therapist (Current Employee), Auburn, NYJuly 21, 2012
Pros: paid lunch, decent benefits, great place to start your social work career, diverse client population
Cons: supervision, reactive coworkers, non-consistency, upper management are friends with employees
Complete connections notes, meet with residents, phone calls to parents, county contact, staff meetings, treatment team meetings, residential coordination meetings.
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Consumer Centered with Family Values in Mind
Executive Administrator (Current Employee), Auburn, NYMay 30, 2012
There is no typical day in my position and it constantly changed as time went on. I learned how to adapt to "wear many hats" in a single day. Some days I was a personal assistant, others I was an office manager or even consultant for another office. I learned a lot while managing a team of three individuals where I learned to hire and terminate employees. – more... The hardest part of my job was learning how to manage effectively since it was my first time as a manager. – less