Staff LVN (Former Employee) – Texas – November 28, 2017
Checked all my baskets and providers basket and complete all my license would allow.mdo all my call baskets lab/ phone messages pulled patients back 26-30 per day. Getting all information into the computer.
Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) – Statesville, NC – November 13, 2017
Advancement was good and the lab was an awesome place to work in. Training could not have been better. Management was incredible when it came to giving you everything you needed foe learning and accomplishing every task
Direct Care Staff (Former Employee) – Loxley, AL – November 11, 2017
walking with patients, assisting them in personal care, cleaning, cooking, washing clothes or dishes, perform housekeeping duties. maintain record of clients progress and service performed, reporting changes. help in adjusting to new lifestyles. care for individuals by providing companionship
Job Coach (Former Employee) – Tustin, CA – November 7, 2017
Great experience working with the clients. I enjoyed the clients very much. We drove out into the community and did various activities and I supervised them on their jobs. It was rewarding to see them when they improved
I really do miss the clients at the ARC. I looked forward to coming into the office every day and interacting with our clientele. My job was also very rewarding. However, my immediate supervisor was very unorganized (in my opinion), and therefor created problems in the work place. I firmly believe in working smarter rather than harder. One must always remain open minded to suggestions when it comes to running a company more effectively, and efficiently. Otherwise there will never be room for growth. Unfortunately, when upper management is close minded to innovation, it is the lower management that suffers the most.
The location I worked at was almost 20 years ago so many changes undoubtedly gave occurred. When employed in the late nineties, the wages were low but the job was fulfilling and the atmosphere pleasant.
Rehabilitation Health Aide (Former Employee) – Saugerties, NY – October 27, 2017
A typical day at work was to help mentally challenged clients with daily living skills. Direct management was accessible and fair. It had a positive work place culture. The most difficult part of the job was the low salary and barely any benefits. The most enjoyable part was helping the mentally challenged people have a more abundant life.
Life Skills Instructor (Former Employee) – Groton, CT – October 24, 2017
attend appointments and shower residents. the clients were great but management and the director was uneducated and horrible. they only care about money and will work u to the bone. staff are lazy and push work off on each other. the hardest part was not worrying to much about the ethics that are not followed by the company and the most enjoyable part was their was lots of down time
Group Home Manager (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – October 23, 2017
a typical dayat work. I work night shift therefore clients are asleep.. I start getting ready for their morning by getting them up to prepare for personal hygrene, eating breakfast and getting ready for school..
Rehabilitation Specialist (Former Employee) – Waddington, NY – October 16, 2017
I worked long hours and the staff deals with alot of red tape there and and the hours were long and hard to get a day off. Also they do not respect and back there employees and the pay raised far and between. Management some were ok and some didn't have a clue and were there for a pay. The staff mostly work well together. The hardest is you can get attach to the customers and the customers really enjoyed the interaction with employees.
Making the customers happy
The company needs to respect and take care of there employees.