Cafeteria Coordinator (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – October 9, 2012
Being productive. Work hard and adhere to angency policy. Displayed more interested in generating revenue from the in-take of students than staff moral and well being. Worked hard and exhibited genuine concern for the children we serviced while maintaining professionlism. Not being recongized for your hard work or supported by administration when you need them to be there surounding crisis situations. Giving back to the students we service and knowing your appreciated by them.
being off with paid holidays.
no incentives for advancement and limited pay increses.
Housing & Community Resource Specialist (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – July 25, 2017
Very hectic at times That hard work and perseverance works Management and workers were slammed with cases because of the lack of people that willing to work in this field Seeing a child abused or abandoned A family that worked hard to stay together finally get it together
One to One Aide (Current Employee) – Yonkers, NY – July 2, 2017
A productively successful and interesting place to work. If you understand the core values and want to make a difference, then this is definitely a good place to start! A phenominally supportive and resourceful environment!
Rehabilitation Specialist/direct care (Current Employee) – Yonkers, NY – June 22, 2017
Overall I like my job because I like working with people I enjoy some of my coworkers sometimes management is not that supportive sometimes it seems as if there is no room for growth sometimes the job can be mentally draining but the job can also be very rewarding when you see the growth of the individuals you work with
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – June 6, 2017
being at leake and watts has thought me how to work in a team setting. team work makes the dream works.it's a great place to work, taking care of the individuals are the icing on the care at the end of the work day. taking my consumers out into the community is also a very big part of the work Direct Support Professionals do on a daily basis.
Youth Counselor (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – March 14, 2017
The organization did not give pay raises or bonus checks to direct care workers. Job security was unstable due to the allegations of youth even with the assistance of cameras in the facilities. There was poor tuition reimbursement and job postings seemed secretive as many would have to inquire about what's available.
Parent child home visitor (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – January 27, 2017
Good place to work, multi culture environment. Leake and watts is a great place to work there benefits are good you do get paid for vacations and sick days. They don't have a 401 k plan but they do contribute to a credit union after a yr.
Child Care Worker (Former Employee) – Yonkers, NY – December 17, 2016
I learned alot while working for this company such as socially emotionally and professional. I would never regret my experience it made me eval regarding compassion and inner transformation i higher human qualities.
Assisted the teacher (Current Employee) – Bronx, NY – November 8, 2016
The students at Leake and Watts are within autism spectrum, and between the ages 3 to 5. Help the teacher with the everyday activities, with the pick up and drop off on the bus of the students, and bathroom duties. Help with lunch time and snake time too. Help the students with behavior to learn to share, put toys away, and wait their turns.