Victory Programs Counselor Assistant (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 9, 2017
Victory was my first human services position. I like my job and the people I was working with. I some of their policies my need to be changed. And they need to learn how to be more sensitive to employees.
Director makes unwelcome verbal comments, intimidating
LVN/Office Manager/Holistic Care At Home (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – May 3, 2017
Need to check referrals, email, messages once you get in the office. I learned to deal with field clinicians/staff well to keep them motivated and ready to accept assignments. Management has no structure, need a comprehensive overhaul. They are one sided, does not hear suggestions, concerns from an overwhelmed employee.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Edinburg, TX – April 28, 2017
A working day is where work goals are met. Everyone learns to works as team Supervisor with an open door policy. Where culture is not an issue or a way to rate your performance Hardest part is feeling like your job is not important Having met deadlines and being told it was team effort
Collateral and Data entry (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – April 19, 2017
Upper management is either related, dating or married. If your have not been with the company from the beginning there is little stability and even less room for growth. There are strict procedures for the entire company which somehow are changed weekly and there will be little to none assistance once needed to abide by ever-changing procedures in this rocky company. Not a recommended place if looking for growth and stability.
Discharge Coordinator- (Former Employee) – California, Los Angeles – April 3, 2017
In this position, I was able to enhance my capacity to learn to address assessment and quality assurance of state requirements. In this position, I was also able to address my evaluation skills and consult with the psychiatrist.
Associate Specialist (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – March 8, 2017
Great place to work with great benefits, however, a little more organization could make it one of the best places I've worked at. My office department is great. The work is stressful, but I am the type to enjoy healthy stress. You must be able to work under pressure.
Admissions Coordinator (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – January 23, 2017
This facility has been in my path for years. I have had numerous immediate family members who have lived here and been through rehabilitation therapy at this facility. Unfortunately, the staff members act like teenagers and gossip is the HOT TOPIC all day, everyday instead of being patient care. The administrator is the facilitator to all the gossip unfortunately.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – November 22, 2016
Typical day at work are admitting patients to on a daily bases. What I have learned is how to deal with mental patients. My co-workers are very good people The hardest part of the job is dealing with a patient that is having a break down. The most enjoyable part of my job is having all my patients in need.