DSA (Current Employee) – Grand Island, NE – October 12, 2017
I have learned through this time is how precious and special life really is. I have learned that even though I may struggle there are so many people who have it worse than us. I have learned how hard it is on our special needs individuals but how they keep a smile on their face. How much they truly appreciate the things my coworkers and I have done for them.
Direct Supports Staff/Direct Support Manager (Former Employee) – Norfolk, NE – October 9, 2017
I loved my job at Mosaic, oh that has been many moons ago but it was a great experience. I loved my clients and the people I worked with. I loved making a difference in peoples lives. The reason I quit was because I moved. But in the end it was a great place to start out at out of high school.
Direct Support Associate (Former Employee) – newark, DE – October 7, 2017
they did have religion incorporated in with the job which was annoying if you were not religious. a lot of my coworkers would try to pressure me into believing something I did not want to believe. but it was a laid back job and fairly easy. but did have to deal with some behavior problems.
Direct Support Associate (Former Employee) – Forest City, IA – October 5, 2017
I was responsible for 3 men. The expectations from management were impossible to uphold. I enjoyed where I was placed, I got along with the clients. I had difficulty with documentation and did not feel my issues were properly handled.
Host Home Provider (Former Employee) – Grand Island, NE – September 29, 2017
As host home provider it was great pay, but there was very limited opportunity to get anyone to do respite for me if I had an emergency or some trip I wanted to take. time off was difficult to get. Management was varied...hopefully you get a good one...but there are no guarantees.2 of my managers were great...the last 1 was terrible...lack of good communication. It was great helping the clients and teaching them daily living skills and see them advance.
getting time off, no paid time. Had to pay someone to give respite.
Co-Owner (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 28, 2017
Everybody knew what to do. Food was good. Superb ambiance. There was a team. Customers felt at home. Any health inspection was positive. The landlord wanted to raise the rent and divide the restaurant in 3: we ended up closing.
Contractor/Internship (Former Employee) – Uncle Sam, LA – September 27, 2017
When I started you wanted to come to work now I can't wait to leave if you have a good idea don't share it, save you the rejection, if you don't like management stay away your going to see them often, they have allowed HR, to run the place. Going under soon run as fast and as hard as you can
Direct Support Associate (Current Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – September 20, 2017
I loved the clients and loved the love that everyone had for the clients, the office was very unorganized and the people in some of the houses work in a heirarchy when really they had the same position as you