Coordinator, New York, NY - August 6, 2014
Wow, where do I begin? So this place was painted as an awesome and noble place that helps the under served. That was until I started there. I was rushed through their disorganized orientation process to then be assigned a lot of long and complicated assignments. Meetings were generally useless, and my contributions and suggestions on how to motivate staff to take thorough assessments on patients were deemed "frivolous." I also learned that I had to complete tasks, which were not discussed on the interview and that I had no prior training in! Lunch breaks and bathroom breaks were highly monitored, you can't call in sick during your first 6 months, and HR will deem you "weird" and "suspicious" if you dare to show up to work early or even stay a little late.