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Enjoyed 30 years of service.
Accounting III (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MISeptember 20, 2014
Pros: friendly, caring co-workers
Cons: job position eliminations
I enjoyed working for a company with compassion for those less fortunate.
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Group Home
Rehabilitation Assistant (Current Employee), Linden, MISeptember 20, 2014
Assist the mentally challenged clients with daily living assistance.
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Great
Residential Instructor (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MISeptember 18, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: hard to voice concerns
I love the company it has so many aspects and so many environments to chose from
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Good place to work if you enjoy taking care of people
Medical Assistant (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MISeptember 17, 2014
Pros: free meals
Cons: minimal pay for the requirements
There were several employees who have worked for the company for years. This was largely due to them enjoying what they did, not because they enjoyed Hope Network. The company was run poorly and as a low level employee who watched management positions have a high turn over and people let go after 20 years, it didn't foster job security. I liked the – more... people I cared for and enjoyed going to work and that is why I stayed. I did not stay because I thought it was a good company to work for. – less
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Company closed
Program Instructor/Retention Specialist (Former Employee), Monroe, MISeptember 15, 2014
Pros: days
Cons: closed and pay
Love to work with people. With fabulous career I worked with people who had a variety of disabilities. Everyday I learned from my environment. The amazing team of workers had to work as a team. Everybody needed to be conscious of their surroundings and mindful of the clients needs and wants. This career was extremely rewarding with the satisfaction – more... that I was helping enhance someone with their life. – less
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Fun workplace helping others
Receptionist (Former Employee), Flint,MISeptember 13, 2014
Pros: helping others
Cons: short breaks
I am 28 years of age I love receptionist work I'be worked for Health Plus MI, the year 2002 summer job making phone calls, typing,filing, organizing files. The year 2003 worked for Catholic Charities 911 Chippewa St Flint, MI making phone calls, typing, filing, organizing files.
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just dont
Community living (Current Employee), Grand Rapids MISeptember 6, 2014
Pros: flexible work schedule
Cons: the whole job was awful.
This is just a bad place to work. There is no organization and they expect you to perform duties of a nurse for $10.00 an hour. There is no structure and your schedule changes constantly. Look elsewhere
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awful company to work for
residential instructor (Current Employee), macombAugust 11, 2014
Cons: everything
Im still employed here but searching for a new job. This is by far the worst company I have ever worked for. Management is a joke, they offer no answers to any questions at all. There are only 3 of us at my location and we arent able to provide for our consumers properly but they wont do anything about it. There is no support for anything we do. There – more... is only 1 staff per shift. Not too mention the pay is minimum wage, (even though I have a degree in the field) and then after putting in a year here they give you an 8 cent raise, total slap in the face, especially since we bust our butts here. To add salt to the wound, the other program our manager works with starts off at over a dollar more than us, but we do more and are trained in more areas. Tell me how thats fair? – less
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Productive
Telemartker (Former Employee), Clio, MIAugust 8, 2014
I loved this telemarketing job because i was able to help customers find products that they wanted.
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Productive but lacks vibrancy
Instructor (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MIJuly 22, 2014
A place good enough for charitable or volunteer jobs. Not recommended for big dreamers or highly ambitious personalities.
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Rewarding work.
Program Instructor (Current Employee), Grand Rapids, MIJuly 17, 2014
Pros: enjoy the work and the clients.
Cons: sometimes encounter challenges with population served.
The most enjoyable part of the work is helping people overcome challenges, giving them a better life.
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behavioral Facility
Residential Instructor (Current Employee), Flint, MIJuly 15, 2014
Pros: making a difference in someone else life.
Cons: short breaks, could become overwhelming if not ready for what consumers have in store.
A typical day at work consist of patience, descalating behaviors. Assisting with daily living skills, grooming, meal prep, bed checks, communication, groups, community outing, verbal redirection.
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productive and a great place to work
Employment Training Specialist (Former Employee), Jackson, MIJuly 14, 2014
Pros: meeting with all various individuals, to speaking with human resources of business.
Cons: employee gossip
Worked as a Employment Training Specialist (ETS) helping to find employment for mentally impaired adults. This was a team effort that consisted of supports in the Community Mental Health system. As a ETS, I would learn the consumers strengths and help support their weakness. Finding out areas of each individuals employment interests and speaking with – more... potential employers (and employers that have hired) to help maintain or obtain employment, so that this population can learn to live independently. – less
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Room for advancement
Program Coordinator (Current Employee), Macomb CountyJuly 10, 2014
It is not for the faint of heart. This job takes dedication and determination to stick it out on the bad days and ride the wave on the good days.
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behavioral health foster homes 6 people per home
Rehabilitation Assistant (6) in home (Former Employee), Hathaway,brandenburg,shelby, bakerJune 19, 2014
I worked for that company nine years....3 shifts, no vacation pay or sick pay ....part time.
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I love working with the mental health population
Case Manager (Current Employee), Flint MichiganJune 17, 2014
Pros: paid lunches, flexibility
Cons: driving and unsafe community of flint
Go to work, see clients, attend to crisis if needed, paper work, faxing, supervision, ext.
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good
Resident advocate (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MIJune 12, 2014
learned a great deal working with adults and children. worked and learned alot about mental health and individuals.
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People friendly place, good job
(CLS) Lead Med Tech (Current Employee), Grand Rapids,MIJune 11, 2014
Pros: i love the close relationship that i have with the consumers.
Cons: short breaks.
I am the Lead Med Tech, when I have many responsibilities I assist on dressing, bathing, and meals. My job is also to order meds and to pass meds to consumers, set appointments.
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Decent pay and decent actual work, everything else is poor
Lead Independent Living Instructor (Current Employee), East Lansing, MIJune 5, 2014
Decent pay for direct care work, although there is zero room for advancement. Cutthroat environment even for low level employees. Management is not upfront and disorganized, feels as if you cannot trust your supervisor. Very little care given to employees
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Good Environment to work in
Residential Treatment Facilitator (Current Employee), Mount Clemens, MIJune 4, 2014
Working at Hope Network provides employees with a good environment (i.e., kind employees, calm environment)

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