A & R Case Management Careers and Employment
Job Consistency is lacking in most areas. Schedules are constantly changing and some kiddos are getting new staff daily which makes it hard for both staff and clients. Each supervisor is constantly providing different information to staff about company policies. Gossip is strongly prohibited, but the clinical supervisors are known to do this more than most staff. They can make staff uncomfortable and treat people as disposable offering little help that can be applied on the floor. The wear and tear on your car is horrific and if a child has an accident, gets sick in, or damages your car, they will not offer any financial assistance.
Intervention Specialist in Nampa, ID
on October 2, 2020
It’s very obvious the company just adds clients to get more money, they don’t care about staff and client relationships, they don’t care about staff, talk down on you, lots of gossip and supervisors all tell you one thing different from the other so your always the one that’s wrong, there’s no support, no training, no set schedule. You could be scheduled 7:30-6:00 pm and only be paid for 8 of the hours because you aren’t paid when a kid has speech or in between clients even when the drive is 4 5 minutes plus.
Intervention Specialist in Nampa, ID
on January 19, 2021
I miss working for A & R casement. The owner had an excellent understanding of the business and really followed up with staff and clients making sure that services were provided approximately. If I (as an interventionists) was short of hours, I could call in and I would have another client that same day. If I had need for some temporary need for extra work that was also available. I really think A & R is the standard for all other companies to live up to.
Habilitative Interventionist in Nampa, ID
on November 10, 2020
It was ok only thing I should have been med certified after a year an a half still not certified something's wrong i worked a sleeping grave yard the sleeping accommodations weren't good. Sleeping in a broken down chair
Direct care staff in Nampa, ID
on September 10, 2019
There aren't enough words to describe how awful it is to work for this company. They are a care provider for mentally and physically disabled adults among other things, but they don't seem to care about their clients. The clients I work with are constantly missing their rent payments because A&R can't seem to keep all the payment schedules organized. I was never trained for anything at this company, luckily I had my CPR and First Aid certification taken care of. I never see management unless I'm picking up my paycheck (they don't provide direct deposit) and when I do see them, they act as if I haven't been here for 2 years, more like 2 weeks! They schedules are so random that I find it stressful to look at my next week's schedule because I have no idea if I'm going to be working in Nampa, or Eagle. They have also been recently offering gift cards to employees that take shifts that the company can't fill! The organization and care at this business is non-existent.
Caregiver in Nampa, ID
on August 8, 2019
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