Home Health Advocate (Former Employee), Grand Island, NE – April 25, 2014
Pros: everyone is great, paid for college courses
Receptionist • Responsible for answering a 12 line switchboard • Examined all photo identification and sign-in for visitors • Routed possible customers to the proper employees for airborne and industrial product • Distributed all incoming mail and handled outgoing mail • Assisted Customer Service Representatives for various duties Home Health Advocate • – more... Established a caring relationship of mutual trust and respect with the family • Scheduled and conducted weekly home visits with parents and children • Taught families the principles of child health and safety • Coordinated with Center Director, Specialists, Parents and Community Staff • Followed up on referral services for children • Identified family needs • Arranged transportation for certain services, if needed • Maintained confidentiality of family/child information • Assisted families in applying for Medicaid • Protected children from physical and verbal abuse by anyone in the program • Participated in all meetings and attended seminars and training – less
I have enjoyed my time at the above employment and seek full time employment.
Social Worker (Current Employee), Hamilton – March 16, 2014
Pros: constant training opportunities, generous salary, supportive supervision
Cons: temporary employment with a hiring freeze.
I was given an opportunity to gain valuable experience under the direction of highly professionals at the above government services. I had the opportunity for constant training and progress.
The hiring freeze in all government arenas has forced me to seek stable employment as I have been hired as a temporary additional and the possibility of the contract – more... not being renewed for all temporary additional workers.
I will always appreciate the valuable experience I encountered under this environment. – less
Outpatient therapist (Current Employee), Saginaw, MI – February 23, 2014
Cons: do not hire full time, no benefits, no advancement
Good management and very nice people to work with. My office is nice and clean. Building is very nice and in a safe area. Co-workers are skilled and professional. Supervision is good with emphasis on keeping paperwork as minimal as possible. They allow therapists to be flexible with thier schedules. I would recommend this agency to a family member who – more... needed counseling. – less
Senior Family Support/Customer Relations (Former Employee), ‘Ewa Beach, HI – January 8, 2014
This job entails working with many different ethnicity, beliefs and cultures. I really enjoyed going to work everyday because I loved my job and working with the children and their caregivers to provide a healthy development and environment for the children.
Office Assistant (Former Employee), Manchester, NH – October 3, 2013
Alphabetized, time stamped, reviewed and filed caregiver’s weekly timesheets Handled phone calls, and set-up intake appointments for potential new clients Reviewed caregiver’s weekly scheduled hours and ensured they matched the caregiver’s actual weekly hours Created new client files Managed Program Director’s calls when unavailable Worked on small – more... projects delegated from Program Director, Scheduler and Billing Specialist – less
Work environement great- shared office with 1 other person.minimual supervision
Payroll Processor and Benefits Coordinator (Former Employee), Baltimore Maryland – June 13, 2013
Pros: good relationship with coworkers. exposure to various ethnicities
Cons: lack of healthcare./ low wages
My experience was extremely positive. The assignments that I was given did allow me to acquire a new skill. That of Payroll Assistant.After one year I was hired full time by the second company that I was assigned to.
This is the type of result a program like this should yield.Also the agency does support its people...That is a big plus.
There are – more... pros and cons about any job/program. Lunch time should be paid and it should be at least 45 minutes. employers work you like mules when they do not have to pay and they tend to leave you out of the small perks..... Like....Lunch. (Ha). Having to report to home office on occassion was a nuisance. I suppose it is necessary. Also the salary should be higher or the hours should be increased. – less
Fun work place, high stress level, organization is important.
Foster Care Specialist (Current Employee), Traverse City, MI – February 25, 2013
Pros: flexibility, ability to work from home, good co-workers
Cons: long hours, high stress level, low pay, poor benefits
Unpredictable. I never know where I will be or what I will be doing. I deal with a wide variety of people that need me to be the person that is available to them at any given time. My job is highly stressful and busy. It is necessary to be organized and able to change gears at any moment. Having the abiltiy to communicate on many levels is imparitive. – more... I work with Judges, Lawyers, Medical Specialists, Educators, and a wide range of economic backgrounds. My co-workers are a great group of people who are compassionate and caring, not only with the clients but with each other. The hardest part of my job is the constant level of stress. Oh, and it's VERY important to have a sense of humor!!!! – less
As an employee, Child and Family Services has undergone many changes to their management, which has affected the workers morale. Many managers are negative, egocentric and disrespectful. They do not look at the workers as people- but as products. Counselors who are right out of school seem to quit after 1 year. And counselors with more experience are – more... treated poorly and questioned about their time with their clients. All in all, the management is foregoing the tenants of the company as a not-for profit, which specializes in helping children and their families TO For-Profit, and jam as many clients into your caseload as possible- creating worker burn-out. The clients are suffering, families are suffering, the staff is suffering. Not a good place to work.- Run far away.!~ as fast as you can. – less
Preschool Group Leader (Former Employee), Buffalo, NY – January 25, 2013
Pros: diversity in the workplace
Cons: large agency, won't get the opportunity to know everybody
I worked part time at Child and Family Services in Buffalo, NY. I worked in my position for about 2 1/2 years. I can honestly say that I enjoyed my experience and I learned a lot about children, families, and community resources. I appreciated the employee awards dinner. It was good to see dedicated people get recognized. I was able to attend trainings, – more... brush up on key case management skills, and work with a diverse group of people. I cannot speak on working there full time but my experience served as a great foundation for my career. – less
Productive and fun environment to work and interact with teens
Behavior Aide (Former Employee), Dothan, AL – November 25, 2012
Pros: learning environment
Cons: not enough working hours
A typical day at work would be interacting with the teens and learning about there life and what hardships they went through. I talked and comfort them. We done daily basic skills. I taught them how to cook and prepare meals and the correct way to maintain good personal hygiene. The management was nice and friendly treated employees like family.My co-workers – more... were fun to work with, I learned from them and they learned from me. What I enjoyed most about the job were the teens because I love children. – less
Child and Family Clinician (Former Employee), Middletown, RI – October 5, 2012
Pros: great community
Cons: not enough revenue from clients
fee for service clinician work did not pay well - I worked there for 8 months and spent too many hours waiting for clients to keep their appointments. Too many no shows and eventually I left to pursue more lucrative source of work in my field.