Confidential (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – October 12, 2016
If you're looking to work somewhere where you are NOT respected, NOT valued and have NO opportunity of advancement (unless you're buddy-buddy with upper management) then this is the place for you!
Having a degree (and experience) means nothing to the company; upper management will only "create a job" (their words) for you if you are friends with them.
HSI does not value its employees unless you are friends with upper management, do not work here expecting to feel like management cares about the work you do. HR is the gossip department and do NOT keep what you're saying confidential. You will never feel safe or heard when talking to HR. They care more about your personal life than your work ethic.
If you are honestly looking for a job where solely working with people disabilities is rewarding, despite the extremely low pay, and low support from team members, then this is a great job. I absolutely loved working with the people and they were the reason why I stayed for almost two years (before I quit).
Apply here with a grain of salt.
Working with people with disabilities.
Unprofessional HR, Gossipy HR, You have to be friends with upper management to move up in the company.
Facilitator (Current Employee) – Reno, NV – April 3, 2014
Typical days are good mix of fun and work, with incredible people who really care about the mission. The people we serve are the most enjoyable part of the job, no matter what position you hold within the Organization. The best job I've ever had.
Learning and Growth are encouraged. Focus is on measurable results.
Manager (Current Employee) – Manager – July 10, 2013
This company talks about being the biggest and the best, and sold a lot of people rhetoric about a bright future. Instead, this is a company that shows little to no value for employees below executive leadership. The people working under the executive leadership team is comprised of some very good people who are in that business for the right reasons. The people served in this company touched my heart, and were the best part of any day. This company is now down-sizing its operations to eliminate many of the homes that include people served being moved to new providers and new staff due to the bottom line. The office staff proved to be very difficult to work with and are limited to thinking about money instead of people.
Human Resources Assistant I (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – July 26, 2012
Hit the ground running How to be a better person Some good some bad Loved my co-workers they made my day Dealing with management that was not educated in H.R., as I was and would not listen to H.R. laws and ideas, because it was too hard for them. Locking the door to my office and closing the blinds to do my job at hand.
the people i worked with, keurig coffee maker
phone calls from management when on vacation or sick