Pros: absolutely nothing
Cons: anger, disease, filth, injury, no training, dating other staff, poor administration
I thought it was only the Oregon campus that was abusive but now I see its a nation wide problem. Management staff were dating and couldnt be found in a crisis, staff were being beaten so severely they were hospitalized and then written up because they were beaten. The administrator couldnt have cared less, the hr director sat in her office and did nothing about the abuse despite being told many times. One therapist was asked to leave because the administrator said she was "gay" and YV didnt like that. There was not a week some staff didnt leave by ambulance, generally with a head injury. There was no support for the injured, just ways to fire them after the injury. It amazes me more kids werent injured critically. The buildings are falling apart, rittled with insects and vermin. Staff steal food after hours because the pay is so poor they cant buy food. I stayed for a little more than a year because I felt for the staff and was rewarded with YV keeping my PTO when I left. The great news? I got out. I was not allowed to be more than 15 minutes from the campus 24/7 and was unpaid when I had to come in. I had no reimbursement and was expected to take calls all night long.