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Glade Run Lutheran Services United States Employee Reviews

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Giving Back
Mental Health Worker III (Former Employee), Zelienople, PAMarch 12, 2015
The ability to give back to the community and society by helping youth overcome past traumatic abuse and mental health issues. To be integrated into foster homes or back with their own families.
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Horrible Place To Work For
Worker (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PAFebruary 16, 2015
Cons: everything
First, the agency pays terribly. Don't expect to get much benefits either. Direct care workers make about 11 dollars an hour and they have to have a bachelor's degree. If you have a Master's degree you can make less than thirty-five thousand. They don't care about advancement. The same people have been there for 20 years and are making outdated decisions. They play favoritism. If you aren't in the "in" circle of the agency don't expect to get promoted. Really unprofessional.
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dedicated staff with good vision for services to children
Behavior Specialist Consultant/Mobile Therapist (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PAJanuary 16, 2015
Pros: great clientele
Cons: pt work was not enough hours
Staff willing to be inclusive of many ideas and points of view on topics concerning work environment and suggestions for improvement.
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Not a nice place
Intensive Case Manager (Former Employee), Butler, PANovember 8, 2014
Cons: favortism
management would "bash" religion and it is a religious organization, go figure. there was lots of favoritism, as one could go far depending who he/she knew. long hours and not enough time to complete paperwork. management had their favorites and would look down on others.
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Fast paced workplace
Foodservice worker (Current Employee), Zelienople, PASeptember 5, 2014
It can be demanding. Fast paced. Time management is key. Some people are nice to work with.
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helping kids
Therapeutic Recreational Assistant (Current Employee), Zelienople, PAAugust 4, 2014
positive work environment. excellent co workers, difficult children at times, but very rewarding work.
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A good place to work if you have a life and a family.
Manager (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PAJanuary 28, 2014
You feel cared about. You're encouraged to take care of yourself. There are opportunities for advancement. Best co-workers I've ever had. Flexibility in schedule compensates for lack of money. Hardest part of the job is that things are constantly changing.
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Poorly Run
worker (Current Employee), ZelienopleJuly 25, 2013
Pros: scenic campus, animals
Cons: wages, outdated rules, lack of leadership, cronyism
Still back in the 1960's with the executive staff firmly entrenched in their ivory tower. Corporate culture is poor with a vague sense of mission. Strict vertical chain of command and no communication between departments. Nice guy, but very weak, CEO in charge so we survive in spite of our poor misguided policies. Worker bees at the bottom do the heavy lifting while those in director positions muddle around trying to look busy. A recipe for disaster but we manage to survive - not thrive. Its a shame because abused kids deserve topnotch programs and better care .
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Review Summary
Case Manager (Current Employee), Butler, PAApril 26, 2013
Pros: setting your own schedule, good supervision, open-door policies actually implemented
Cons: not being compensated for actual mileage, driving everywhere, eating, constant text messages/talking on phone (all at the same time) in the car
A typical day at the job? That is hard to describe because each day is completely and totally different. You typically set your own schedule with a partner you work with 70% of the time. You and your partner have at least 6-8 cases (families) that you are required to wok with uing Structural Family Therapy. If you are interested in staying with the company, within three years of completing the trainings you will be considered a Masters Level Therapist; but within the company alone.
I have learned much about myself, i regards to my morals and values. I have learned about families and their struggles, where they have been, and how they got to where they are today. I have seen a lot of abuse, reviewed traumatic and very personal histories of the family members.
In regards to co-workers, they are nice people. The only downfall is that you do not say in the office longer than 3 hours every other day. Your office becomes your vehicle, your trunk, and your own living room.
The hardest part about the job is not having a constant schedule, havin clients cancel repeatedly, working long hours, driving all over a county(s), having to change churches, clubs, places you go to shop because your clients either work there or are members of the same organizations you are a member of.
The most enjoyable part of the job is whn you are discharging a family; especially the ones you either could not stand and/or the families you were most proud of. The families you are proud of and/or like are far andfew in between.
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Unorganized structure
Family Based Mental Health Therapist (Former Employee), Zelienople, PAFebruary 23, 2013
Pros: jeans to work
Cons: poor structure, poor benefits and pay
Poor structure of the agency. Out dated forms circulating that people are not sure if they are to be implemented. If in the red, you can expect a pay cut. They do little to maintain employees thus a high turn over rate
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Was a fun place to work and had friendly workers.
Assistant Supervisor/Youth Care Worker (Former Employee), Zelienople, PAJanuary 26, 2013
Pros: close to home and was a starting point for my career.
Cons: high risk low reward, low wage, lack of family time and the food was bad.
Glade Run was a starting point for my career. I enjoyed my co-workers and had fun with the residents during recreation time.

About Glade Run Lutheran Services

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