Clinical Development Specialist (Current Employee) – Saint Joseph, MO – May 20, 2016
I have an amazing team and I thouroughy enjoy my coworkers. My manager loves her team and is passionate about doing right things right. Typically my day is split between meetings and assignments that I have related to our new learning system and the areas I serve. The hardest part of my job is having to build in a new system as this is just complete foreign territory, and the best part of my job is educating new people.
Human Resource Intern (Former Employee) – Pittsburg, KS – May 7, 2016
The HR Specialist had never had an intern so it was a learning experience for both of us. She often asked what kind of skills I was hoping to learn and would create jobs for me to fit. I was able to pick up a variety of skills that would be beneficial in any job.
Instructional Designer (Former Employee) – San Ramon, CA – May 3, 2016
As contract jobs go, do not expect job security. Mosaic makes it clear that everyone "Mosaic" is separate from the client, regardless of what may be said about seamless integration of teams. Mosaic management who has moved to CA from WA needs training on Leadership, especially coaching, direction, interviews, inspiring others, and supporting the team so that it can be the best representation of the company.
San Ramon recruiters are really nice, pay is decent for Bay Area, if you're lucky you'll get to work under a very competent and inspiring senior learning specialist
Management is unprofessional and immature, no security, no real perks
Engineer III (Electrical Engineer) (Former Employee) – Carslbad, NM, USA – April 28, 2016
Busy workplace. Every project is different and you will learn new technology. Some management are status symbol. When working on the storage area full of dust. When group work together to resolve problem.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – April 21, 2016
Loved the job! Built around my availability and very flexible hours and days. Good pay. Enjoyed my surroundings and the different jobs I was given. One day I might be building displays in departments and bringing inventory from the back. The next day I might be checking to make sure select inventory was stocked by store and priced correctly. I also updated data on computers and cameras as well as making sure they were ordered and out on the shelves.
Business Manager (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85021 – April 3, 2016
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The Company have great opportunity if one has a Good Manager and not bias of High on this horse because he /she has excellent stock options and tenure in company. Lies and distrust between Management and low levels. Dishonesty when filling out paper work for Plant nudge numbers and roundabout to get numbers for recommendations. Plenty of hours available to be worked great Pay and benefits only if u don't work three yrs the company takes back it 401 contribution on ur behave. Those Managers that are less than 66% like by subordinates usually use HR to weave employers out that stand up to their harassment and intimidations. No doubt great Christmas Parties no bonus if you are on bad terms with supervisor. Manager look away or acts if problems don't exist in certain departments.
Company retailates if employee files harrassment allegations
Opportunity to understand others with disabilities
Direct Service Associate (Former Employee) – Holdrege, NE – February 25, 2016
Working there, I was able to meet clients as well as coworkers from all walks of life. It truly was satisfying being able to work with the developmentally disabled as they didn't judge who you were. They were just thankful that you were there for them.
Getting adoration from the clients, satisfaction from helping others
Occasionally, have to do some real dirty things due to toileting issues.
Staff Development Manager (Former Employee) – Lubbock, TX – February 19, 2016
Wonderful place to work, great Christian atmosphere, as with all non-profits, often more to accomplish than time allows for very low pay, but the reward of making a difference in people's lives is well worth it.
MANAGER (Former Employee) – Lubbock, TX – February 18, 2016
This company is horrible. They lie to families & people with disabilities just to get them to live there. During interviews the Director promises them the world and NEVER delivers! She will say stuff like they do all this fun stuff all the time but IT'S NOT TRUE! The Director will say they will go to the movies, shopping, bowling and even say they go to Dallas Cowboys games that has literally happened once. The people with disabilites just end up sitting in their house doing nothing everyday and go to bed at 7pm. The Director will turn on you if something goes wrong when the DADS comes. She will also encourage falsying documents. By far the WORST part is the DIRECTOR! This is a FAITH BASED ORGANIZATION yet she had the worst temper I have ever seen. She was even so mean & ugly to a few families and they took their kids out of the program and she would blame them leaving on them not her. She would yell and curse all the time! She would play favorites and give special attention to certain people. This lady TRULY had no life of her own! She would constantly text you everyday, night, weekends and even while your on vacation and get mad if you dont reply. If you go to work here say goodbye to your personal life. Basically do not go to work in LUBBOCK TEXAS. THE DIRECTOR IS HORRIBLE AND SHE WILL MAKE YOUR LIFE MISERABLE. SHE IS A MEAN WOMAN.
Certified medical specialist (Current Employee) – Norfolk, NE – February 17, 2016
Amazing clients! They really impact you life in many positive ways. Work day consists of making sure all clients are kept up on being fresh, getting clients to appointments and things they need to go to. Make sure housecleaning duties are being kept up on. Learn how to take care of each individual and each disorder and how their lives work. Management didn't work together in anything. Communication was horrible. There was no positive reinforcement. Co-workers for the most part were amazing, you pick and choose your battles with others. Hardest part of the job is watching other co-workers neglect the cares/wants/needs of the clients. I enjoyed making the clients happy with fun things to do with them, doing activities such as cleaning and things they need to learn themselves to do, taking them on outings, making them smile.
Very good Field Manager and Informative Monthly Meetings.
Field Service Rep/Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Yakima, WA – February 10, 2016
I started my work week early at around 6:00 AM. I prefer this schedule because I am an early riser. I enjoy working independently for the most part. I developed a rapport with management and supervisors. I learned to read plano-grams and setup of displays. The personnel at the big box stores were cooperative in getting access to displays. The most difficult part of the job was there was allot of merchandise was stored in my home for the setups and displays.