Utah - Cleaner & Marketer (Former Employee) – South Jordan, UT – July 17, 2017
I love this job because it allows me to have very flexible hours with amazing pay. I love to clean as well as make my own schedule and this job allowed just that. There were some houses that were difficult to clean because of the situations they were left in, but nonetheless i enjoy every aspect of house cleaning. Management is nothing short of incredible and understanding.
Lead addiction recovery tecnition (Current Employee) – Linn Creek, MO – June 20, 2017
The facility is ALWAYS understaffed, from residential to outpaitent!! Most of the staff are awesome amazing people. The long hours and no consistent schedule really wear down on staff and it impedes overall job performance. Lots of favoritisim also affects teamwork.
Lead Teacher (Former Employee) – Port Orange, FL – June 6, 2017
I have very great memories of Pathways,, I spent over 5 years their and made life time friends.... It a great group of teachers that work together with the same common goal to make sure each and every child learns and enjoys their time in school.
NON LICENSED CLINICIAN (Former Employee) – Jackson, TN – June 4, 2017
The environment was friendly and peers were dependable. Employee morale was moderate and teamwork was a huge benefit. The hardest part of the job was staff to client ratio. The best part of the job was working with adolescents.
Depending on the program you are working will depend on her autmospher.
Case Worker (Former Employee) – Hollywood, MD – May 17, 2017
The Organization does help people and there are good people who work for the Non-Profit. I've had the opportunity for good mental health trainings and some really good folks are friendly. The hardest part is the lack of job training and supervision by higher ups in the organization.
DUI Counselor (Former Employee) – Yuba City, CA – May 14, 2017
Management makes working there hard. A big turn around rate . In my time working there, I trained 8 new counselors. Helping clients was the best part of job. Knowing that you are making a change in people's lives is amazing.
Behavioral Health Care company who does not care for their employees
Director (Former Employee) – Los Alamitos, CA – May 11, 2017
The company has several top managers who spend money travelling around the country and it's not clear at all that they add any benefit. The company is not responsive to the needs of the employees. The people who work there are great people but top management is a different story. Top management does not listen at all to the staff who does the work. Administration in Virginia is the least helpful and friendly I have ever experienced. The benefits are below average.
Hospice Nurse (Current Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – April 12, 2017
I have worked for Pathways for nearly 4 years. I love working with Pathways Hospice for many reasons. The opportunity to learn and grow in the field of nursing and medicine is viable. The benefits package is very good as well as the pay. Raises are given on merit every year. My group has great moral and work ethic. Basically, we strive to be helpful to others during the worst time in their lives.
Workload, schedule, compensation, benefits, pay increases, autonomy, staff support
They favor, and with good reason, I guess, the RN or the LVN.
Day Habilitation Assistant (Current Employee) – Corning, NY – March 30, 2017
I learned a lot about different disabilities and how to handle different behaviors. I think this is a less stressful job compared to being a cna. I have the time to bond with each individual and not rush and being able to have the one on one time with them. Being a cna you are constantly going and don't have down time to bond with your residents.
Addiction Recovery Technician (Former Employee) – Rolla, MO – March 30, 2017
I worked at Pathways while in college. I had little work-life balance because I worked a lot of overtime. It was mostly voluntary upon being told they were short-handed. However, the boss at the time was very willing to work with me on my schedule. The pay is really great for someone who does not have a degree or has an associate's degree in that area. Several technicians were able to move up in the company as well. From what I remember, management was good, but I was also an entry level employee on 2nd/3rd shift. The job culture was okay; there were a lot of new team members in and out, and the people who had been there a long time were cynical toward the new team members. Eventually, I was able to understand their viewpoint.