Direct Support Associate (Former Employee) – Nebraska – January 31, 2017
This organization is a great place to work for if you want to make a difference. They care about the people they help and also the people that they employ. If you can handle the stress that comes with caring for another human life then this job is for you. It is meaningful and you are able to make lifelong connections with a population that is used to being ignored. Pay is around minimum wage, but there are always hours available and usually overtime as well.
meaningful work, great culture, great company, benefits, advancement opportunities
pay can be low, jobs demands are high and can be taxing, burnout risk
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 26, 2017
Typical day would be set up tools to work with & engage customers, provide information about product, hand out samples. Great management they leave you on your own but are available if needed. Multicultural workplace. There was no really hard part loved it!
Direct Care Associate (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 24, 2017
Serving people with intellectual disabilities, making sure their day to day life is as comfortable as possible. It is my responsibility to help them complete tasks that they are not able to do without my help such as taking showers, washing clothes, issuing medicine and cooking meals.
Residential Counselor II (Former Employee) – Clarion, IA – January 13, 2017
You never knew who you were going to work with because the employees didn't show up for work most of the time in the home setting. I worked in the job center before quitting and this was much better place to work. You work with people with disabilities and this can be stressful and challenging.
Employee (Current Employee) – Texas – January 9, 2017
I found my time with this organization to be akin to chasing my tail. The decision makers do not make effective decisions, and yet insist upon keeping the reins which limits the ability for middle managers and direct line staff to be effective employees and leaders. There is little to no strategic planning taking place and it shows in the scattered approach to both client care and employee treatment. "Slow to hire, fast to fire" is the strategy, evidenced by their excessive employee turnover, and it is a negative to quality client care. Enter at your own risk.
Volunteer Feline Caregiver (Current Employee) – Ann Arbor, MI – January 6, 2017
This was a voluntary experience. The place has been closed for years. I volunteered for this company taking care of over 100 cats and kittens. I fed, administered medications, groomed and cleaned several cages and specialized rooms for special care cats and kittens. Basically these cats were free roamers except for when night came when they went into their own cages or rooms for the night.
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Clackamas, OR – December 29, 2016
Mosaic seems like a nice place to be employed, they do brand representation for a lot of companies I'd like to work with, and the compensation is pretty good. I like how easy the hiring process was, it took a while to receive my equipment though for my actual job. That is likely because of the client in my case though, something to do with a warehouse transfer.
A typical day- emails on training materials,greeting customer who come in to be trained or want to know more about samsung. Learning about Samsung products is awesome being a samsung user so to be a samsung rep was perfect. My team mates are awesome. great to work with and team mgr. great guys an gals. Most enjoyable is seeing the happy faces of our customers when they understand their Devices.