Breakfast Attendant (Former Employee) – Mountain Brook, AL – July 23, 2016
At first I was enjoying my job as a breakfast host until I got two months into the job and realized that this job has very poor teamwork ethics and over works the breakfast hosts . We were under paid, unappreciated and under staffed. And working weekends are terrible because there is always a full house having 1-2 people working a 3-4 person job just wasn't working for me. I worked there 3 months and quit last week. I'm sorry but that is the God honest truth . I would not recommend this job to my worst enemy.
glad to be here, have patience's management has no communication at all, a lovely bunch to work with Cleaning kitchen and dinning area in a short period of time, everyone had a well rested night and ate good.
Sales Coordinator (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – June 10, 2016
This is by far the best place I have ever worked. I believe it may just be this specific Hampton in Madison, or perhaps the Raymond Management Company, but whatever the reason I highly suggest applying. The staff is one big family, they care about your well being and want nothing more than to see you succeed. The more "on-paper" aspects are also good (i.e. benefits, pay, etc).
great company culture, good benefits, caring staff
Clinical Supervisor (Licensed) (Current Employee) – Hampton, VA – May 29, 2016
This is a very intense but enjoyable work environment. The diversity of the staff and the various treatment settings and populations makes it an exciting place to work, as well as to learn and develop as a clinician.
Marketing (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – April 23, 2016
A typical day at work was mostly ok unless my boss was in a bad mood, which was frequent. I learned better marketing strategies, and better computer usage. The management was average. My co workers were friendly. The hardest part of the job was when my boss gave us huge amounts of work and expected us to have it done in an unreasonable amount of time. The most enjoyable part of my job was when a client called me a few months after I helped his/ her company and told me how much the company was improving.
Guest Services (Former Employee) – Logan, UT – April 17, 2016
This is a nice place to start a more professional work history. Working the front desk is easygoing and people oriented. Working the mid-day shift allows you to attend classes in the morning and once your duties are attended to you can work on homework until the night shift comes in.
houseperson (Former Employee) – Norfolk, VA – April 12, 2016
The majority of people who work here are related in some way,that should speak for its self ,lazy maintenance staff.they let trash sit in the back all day and wait for night person to take it.half of them on the phone most of the working hours never seen anything like this.
Good place to work, People were friendly and worked well with eachother
Housekeeper (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 10, 2015
It was a good place to work and comfortable. I liked everything I did there. I liked the jobs that were given to me. Management was clear in what they wanted and they were friendly to the workers. Teamwork was a big factor at this job and it was done well.
Front Desk Agent (Former Employee) – Memphis Tn – March 7, 2015
By far the worst job I've ever had. No holiday pay for employee's that are required to work holidays. Management treated the place like high school instead of a comfortable work environment. Unfair treatment. Overall a really awful job with awful pay.
Office Associate IV (Current Employee) – Newport News, VA – February 28, 2015
We are a "client oriented" program seeking to meet the needs of the women who come into our program who have the desire to maintain a drug free life.
My co-workers are dedicated, hard working individuals who believe that there is a better life awaiting the pregnant, substance abusing females that we work with. We strive to provide positive role modeling for our clients and genuinely care about them and their babies.
The hardest part of our job is having to accept that not all of our clients will succeed in maintaining their recovery once they leave our program.
System Administrator Tier (Former Employee) – Langley AFB, VA – February 17, 2015
I loved working with the staff at the Ryan Center. I learned a lot about VMware and VDI. Day to day is installing and Testing all updates and security patches form the development side to ensure that all parts are working, Test all documentation before deployment of production patches and servers
Working with individuals with intellectual disibilities
Community Service Associate II (Former Employee) – Hampton, VA – October 9, 2014
A typical day of work would consist of getting individuals prepared to do cognitive activities, going on community outings,responding to codes to de-escalate an angry person. I learned a lot of clerical duties, I learned how to make the best of a bad situation when need be far as being short staffed. I learned how to work with autistic individuals as well. The management was fair, at times we (staff) got treated poorly, there's no advancement which is the reason why I left and went back to school and underpaid. The hardest part is working hard everyday, being attacked by clients and receiving no empathy from management and the lack of pay raises. The enjoyable part of the job was seeing smiles on the individuals and family member faces. Teaching them something new, taking them to a place that they really enjoy.
Happy clients and family members
Short breaks, low pay (no raises), mistreatment from management