Pros: Great cause, helping people in need, good people, amazing benefits.
Cons: Low pay, low job security, low morale in some areas.
When you enter a residential treatment facility as a direct care worker, you have to expect certain things: it's tough work, little job security, and low pay. Woods does a good job balancing that out by offering excellent benefits in light of what they cannot do because of limited funds. There are pockets of amazing teams throughout the campus; the employees in those areas work as a cohesive unit, caring about the residents as well as one another. But there are areas that are poorly managed, and as a result, the residents receive mediocre care while the employees do not get along. Overall, the upper management needs to focus on improving the company by having higher standards for the supervisors and managers and better accountability.