It has become very Corporate. From Supervisors on up, it's become confusing. Big problem: Upholding Policy. I.E. Clinical staff ignoring Client Rules to "individualize treatment" = Undermining the Nursing and RA Corps.
You'll be busy, and if you have Integrity, clients and coworkers will validate you.
Adherence to written policy, including that which is mandated by State Licencing and Oversight departments is Crumbling.
Very negative and shady place to work. I wouldn't wish this company on my worst enemy. There are lots of moving parts with no information given. And The Right Step is not the best place to have job security.
Employee (Former Employee) – Euless, TX – August 22, 2016
The people that work and i mean actually work day in and day out are really good people to work with, but in all honesty management in the Euless location has no clue on how to get the ship sailing in the right direction most of them are puppets told what to do from corporate. Everyone their is over work and with no time off due to always under staff no matter what excuse management gives you.Besides management the rest of the staff are there for the patients and help each other out wherever it may be needed.
Recovery Ad (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – April 18, 2016
I have been there for approaching three years. The company pay is not he greatest. No shift deferential. No holiday pay. As of now the company has been doing major lay offs and are shifting the work to the already overworked employees. Currently understaffed and underpaid. Not a good time to get with the company being that raises are on freeze.
Set schedules and PTO availability.
Company seems to be going down hill. Seems like they are preparing to close down.
Clinical (Former Employee) – Euless, TX – October 26, 2015
The Clinical team is overworked and under respected and under paid at the Euless location. Management seems too concerned with advancing their own careers to support the team. No transparency from management and staff is left guessing how to accomplish 60 hours of work in a 40 hour week. Little to no organization of departments working together and often feels that departments are working against each other. No PRN staff to help during buy times or when a staff member is out. Management listens to issues but does nothing to relieve the problems. Appears to be more about the bottom line than the client health.
The passion of the clinical team and lower level staff.
No support. No follow through with issues. No transparency.
Admissions Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 27, 2015
A very rewarding place to work. I enjoy helping others. A friendly positive environment that brings encouragement to others. A change of pace from other jobs I had in the past. Very casual and low stress environment.
PROGRAM COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Houston, Tx. – May 4, 2012
A typical day was filled with a varity of fires to put out. I learned how to follow the rules of all our agreements. I sometimes learned from misakes I made and management graciously walked me through. I enjoyed everything about this company. I would love to work for them again