Growth Opportunity, all the training you need, decent benefits.
Financial Counselor (Former Employee) – Williamsburg, VA – October 3, 2016
They patiently helped me through struggles, very flexible when "life happens". This is a unique position at Diamond, and isn't for everyone. A tremendous amount of patience and attention to detail are required. Benefits are pretty good, healthcare kicks in on the fitrst full month after employment.
Payroll is well-executed, pretty generous paid-time-off that exceeds most places you may first join. Director of Training is thorough and will make time for any questions you may have, so you are never alone.
If you are willing to go to college, their is a great deal of room to move about the company. Corporate office is in Richmond, so not a stretch.
Free food, responsive to needs for supplies, Training Director is very helpful and supportive, ample growth opportunity, pretty good equipment, nice, clean office.
Toxic office environment among the rank and file, lack of separation between management and employees.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Plano – January 30, 2017
its putting lipstick on a pig. its still Oceans employees who are there you cant just change the name and call "do over"management stinks work place culture is negative and confrontational.they want me to write more but I dont want to'
Counselor (Former Employee) – Williamsburg, VA – September 17, 2016
Support from upper management was poor and as a result high staff turnover. Does not support self-care and work like balance as they state they do. Not appropriately compensated or promoted. Management makes verbal promises that are not kept. Unfortunately, I would not support this employer although staff is needed to help the patients in the facility. A lot of negativity and toxic work environment.
Same level counselors supportive.
Upper management not supportive and are demeaning to employees.
Psychiatric Management Group - Great Work Atmosphere
Shoals Senior Care Center (Former Employee) – Muscle Shoals, AL – August 6, 2016
Wonderful Psychiatric Management Group. I worked as Nurse Manager on 30 bed unit at Shoals Hospital for which they contracted. I went on to become the Program Director and Nurse Manager at the close of the contract.
CSR (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – July 10, 2012
Took inventory of parts and equipment and maintained inventory records. • Sold auto parts both retail and wholesale. • Kept records of customer interactions and transactions, recording details of inquiries, complaints, and comments, as well as actions taken. • Resolved customers' service and billing complaints by performing activities such as exchanging merchandise, refunding money, and adjusting bills. • Reviewed insurance policy terms in order to determine whether a particular loss was covered by insurance. • Conferred with customers by telephone and in person in order to provide information about products and services, to take orders and cancel accounts, and to obtain details of complaint Arranged for repair and replacement of defective items covered by
independent work environment, enjoyed helping others
A very high paced interesting and good place to work!!!
Mental Health Technician (PRN) (Current Employee) – Washington D.C. – June 16, 2014
A typical day at work includes taking report from the exiting shift, assisting clients with every thing from bathing to setting up outpatient care. I have learned that just when i sit and think about the small things in life that do not really matter; that there are other more needy people with much bigger problems. Being a people person makes me love this job. Management here is ok, however it seems as though there is no space for suggestions from the people who actually have to do the hands on work. My co-workers are the best we make it our business to work as a team. The hardest part of the job is having to restrain clients who are mentally ill and dont really realize what is going on with themselves. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing that client that was admitted two weeks ago; walk out in sound mind and body, and thank the staff for their help.
The district manager over the pulmonary rehabilitation programs was supportive and very helpful, always willing to give advice in times of need. I was allowed to display my quirky/funny personality without being made to feel unprofessional. On the negative side, program was run by people that were not medical and should not of been offering suggestions about clinical care outside of their specialty. Some people in the company did not want to speak with you during site visits unless you were a program manager. The medical directors opinions were also ignored.
Program implementation was exciting anf enjoyable. Environment rural with limited access to other peer professionals.
Program Manager/Therapist (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – January 30, 2013
Services received and benefited patients who left daily feeling better about themselves. Gained knowledge about seniors and their capacity to endure ongoing therapeutic treatments that were structured. Corporate management very good and available. Job site isolated from other professionals which was at times difficult. Working and helping the patients; seeing their improvement; and knowing they felt better because of the services being provided was the most enjoyable part of this job.
Package Handler (Former Employee) – Fishers, IN – September 15, 2013
i learned alot about different nuts. The management team was nice but seemed to distant themselves from there employees. Otherwise everyone seemed to get along really well. I would of liked to of worked there longer but they closed down.
LPN (Former Employee) – Pavilion at Williamsburg Place – March 20, 2013
When I first started the DON was from the Corporate office in Richmond and did a fabulous job. She cared about her staff and believed in making sure we all had what we needed to be successful. Unfortunately, she left in the middle of November and the new CNO started. She never even bothered to learn our real names. She was never available when we needed her, she implemented policies that benefited the bottom line, not the staff or patients and she allowed hearsay from grouchy supervisors and stupid, lazy, incapable staff members to influence her decisions regarding treatment of employees with "behavioral" problems. Basically, if you don't suck up to her and the supervisors and 1 LPN in particular, they will make your life miserable and ultimately manufacture a reason to get rid of you. But I was making excellent money and had wonderful benefits that I didn't have to wait for, so I was trying to stick it out, but at the end of the day it just wasn't worth it. And proceed with caution, they are extremely disorganized and will be lucky not to be shut down when they get inspected this year. I have heard of growing pains and I know the facility hasn't been open for quite a year, but that is no excuse for the laziness and lack of professionalism that has resulted in the neglect of medical records and a failure to ensure proper protocols are in place and in use at all times.