Generous time off; terrible management
Changed often (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 21, 2016
RHD really wants to be the company they profess to be with their 12 point Values model. Due to poor management and awful communication; lack of defined roles and expectations; changing policies and a disregard for ethical standards, they are none of the things they aspire to be. There are some great people there and at the program level, you will find staff that truly loves what they do. They offer generous PTO but the insurance benefits are not that great. With the current restructuring and the shift towards re-centralizing, this is not the same organization it used to be. In fact, it's modeled way more like a "for profit" corporation. Underpaid staff is hounded about profit driving productivity and yet, the excessive mismanagement of funds is appalling. If you are looking for a gratifying career where your efforts will be appreciated, you will be well supported and trained and your job expectations are clearly defined, look elsewhere.