Aid (Former Employee) – Personal aide – July 22, 2017
Great company to work for if u are fresh out of high school and do not have children. Depending on where you work and what you do there is always good people and you are helping special needs people fulfill a full life
current employee (Current Employee) – buffalo – July 10, 2017
There is so much to say where to even begin. First you better know that there are no raises ever. No matter what your job or how great you do. They would rather replace you then keep you it makes no sense. So most everyone doesnt really care to work that hard because whats the point? The senior leaders have all been there forever and have no clue whats going on and how bad it really is. They made it to the top getting raises and promotions why should they care that you dont get the same. Its sad to see how far this place has fallen. I love working with the individuals and hope that they have an agency that cares about them and not just making money and negelecting staff
IRA Specialist (Current Employee) – Williamsville, NY 14231 – July 1, 2017
The house I work for is pretty good. There is a good work relationship with the manager and most of the employees. As for advancement, there is little chance for that. It is about who you know instead of work experience. I like the benefits, they are really great. You accrue PTO fairly quickly and they pay for time and a half on major holidays. The hardest part of the job is finding your own coverage for days off. It is the manager's job to do it, but they will still deny a day if no coverage is found. That even means if you asked 2 weeks or more ahead of time. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with the residents. This is a thankless job and it does not pay great. But knowing you made a difference in someone's life is the reward in itself.
INDIVIDUAL RESIDENTIAL ALTERNATIVE SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Hamburg, NY – June 27, 2017
People Inc is a good place for persons with developmental disabilities to flourish but staff are overworked and underpaid. Each day is pretty much the same. I did enjoy getting to know different staff and the individuals
Respite Worker (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – June 19, 2017
From the moment I walked into People Inc. the day of my interview, I felt welcome and at ease. HR was incredibly helpful at all hours of the day and were willing to work with me every step of the way. I thoroughly enjoyed my time working here!
Senior Residential Supervisor (Former Employee) – Williamsville, NY – June 17, 2017
The job is never ending and also ever changing. So as a direct supervisor the jobs hardest part is maintaining quality control for the residents we server, the staff we supervise, the supervisors we report to, and the family's of the residents we serve.
ICF specialist (Current Employee) – Boston, NY – June 14, 2017
A typical day at work consist of helping out the individuals with daily tasks like eating, getting dressed, bathed. Management could use work. There is a lot of disrespect. I love the individuals I work for. I have learned that I want to make more of a difference in others lives.
Help Desk Specialist (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – June 12, 2017
People Inc great place to work if you don't mind having a lower income. Management is nice and they are willing to teach you. Benefits are pretty good, health insurance is free (high deductible) and PTO is great. It's really easy to move up in the company.
Residential Trainer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 4, 2017
People inc was a nice place to work, most days were tough but it was very nice to make people happy at the end of the day, most of the time I was happy to go to work. The people I worked with were nice and were very good with team work
Home Health Aide (Former Employee) – Clarence, NY – June 1, 2017
Very relaxed and fun enviorment. I enjoyed working with children from all different walks of life. The pay was wonderful and it was overall a humbling job. The hardest part of the job was administering medications needed per child. It envolved a lot of on your feet work and memorization.