With new leadership, it could be a great place to work.
Mid-Level Manager/Supervisor (Current Employee) – Central Pennsylvania Region (CPA) – April 5, 2016
As with all work in this field, it's hard and requires that you get job satisfaction from something other than your compensation package. So, don't expect to prop up your feet and collect a six-figure income.
There's nothing really different or special about how Pressley Ridge delivers services. But, the larger organizational leadership philosophy is spot on, emphasizing the "servant leader" model. However, the Central PA (particularly the York location) doesn't buy into or practice it. York leadership emphasizes rigid structure, authoritarianism, and control. Mid-level leaders are crushed by micromanagement. They are sometimes manipulated like pawns and thrown under the bus when the boss messes up. New ideas and independent thinking are discouraged. There's a general distrust of employees and they are not treated as responsible professionals. Morale is low with a lot of lip service paid to "improving the culture". They ask for feedback about what needs to change but leadership tends to minimize and discount it as something they are not responsible for.
This is a great place for early career level professionals to get tons of diverse experiences, free supervision for licensure, and free CEUs. After a couple of years, move up in the organization to another region or on to another organization with better working conditions.
Diversity of Experiences, Free Supervision, Free CEUs, Large Organization with Opportunities for Advancement
Rigid Leadership, Micromanagement, Distrust of Employees, Dilapidated/Poorly-Maintained Building