It's okay for starters, but if you desire structure like I do you won't like it as a full time employee.
Pros: flexible schedules, salary although low, but there's incentives, employee appreciation such as prizes, and trainings.
Cons: driving your own vehicle, weekend paper work, long meetings, chasing clients that may not be appropriate for the services.
It's not a bad company at all.
It's very competitive as far as salaries.
My biggest issue is chasing clients that may not be appropriate for the services. You will find that most clients just want a ride some where as if you are a taxi.
When this is brung to the attention of your supervisors they often give you examples of things that you aren't doing well & how to engage with yours clients. It seems like these types of agencies will never drop a client or recommend a client for a higher level of care.
The job is flexible, but you really work long hours & spend time working on paper work. There is a lot of wear & tear on your vehicle due to driving from place to place. Overall I wouldn't say stay away from this place, it's your personal preference whether you like a normal 9 to 5 or a in home/mental health position. NCG is definitely one of the best in home/mental health jobs. I personally don't like the idea of chasing people, but that's me.