Adams and Associates
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  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
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Security Coordinator in Grafton, MA
on November 7, 2022

In my time at job corps I have witnessed so much corruption at the center level it's astonishing. It's an easy job and honestly not bad but it's super toxic environment where upper management will retain and undo infections made my security and students liked by staff are exempt and protected from the rules. On top of all that pay is low and pay raises are a spit in the mouth. Good people are come in last at the grafton job corps I do not recommend.

Instructor in San Marcos, TX
on November 12, 2022

Company is so desperate for staff that they advertise and offer teaching positions that do not exist in order to gain any teacher. Teachers are micro-managed and have no authority in their own classroom.

Residential Coordinator in Callicoon, NY
on October 31, 2022

Just do not work here, its a terrible job that is owned by a terrible company that has no value for its employees. Every three years or so the contract is up for grabs, expect you or someone you like to get laid off from employment or for you to be reassigned to something you do not like. The expectation is you retain all the kids so that they can get funding from the government, they have no real care for the kids at all and never have. Theres very few people there that actually do care for the kids, but are beholdent to the company to unfortunely treat them like cash cows. Overall a negative enviroment that I would not recommend anyone ever to work at, and even the community hates the people who work there.

Director in Various
on October 17, 2022

What is the best part of working at the company? Being a part of student achievements and success. What is the most stressful part about working at the company? It can be stressful if you are adaptable to change. What is the work environment and culture like at the company? In my experience the work environment was fast paced and expectations were high. I didn't have an issue with the high expectations as I believed that setting the standards high helped the students to achieve the goals. I do miss the employee culture. I have worked for a few companies since and I have not felt more like part of the team then I did working for Adams.

Residential Advisor (RA) in Sedro-Woolley, WA
on October 13, 2022

At first, this was a great job. You feel you are doing something great for the students, until you realize they are THE LAST priority. It is a numbers game firstly. Student medical/med management was BEYOND poor. With the nurse not properly dispensing mental health/all meds in a manner befitting students who NEED them. Especially as she didn't work weekends. They are uneducated on so many aspects of recovery & mental health, and as many of the "kids" they recruit in are off the street or pulled from mental institutions (for numbers) there is no help. It is a zero tolerance policy, which sets very vulnerable people up for absolute failure. Especially as some drugs take longer than 30 days to leave ones system, especially when adipose tissue is involved..add the poor med management to this and it is a cocktail for absolute failure. As residential staff, you are not given the proper training or time to care for mental instability and are fully expected to hourly monitor individual students while monitoring 50 others at the same time. "Prime shift" means you work from 3-11pm...the PRIME part of the day; and this is the "best" shift. The other shift has you working 3 various shifts in a 5-6 day period. All while traversing the protocols that make job corp feel they are a quality organization. As a parent who loves their children...I would NEVER place my children into their hands in a million years. While there- not even a 1/4 of the students were thriving, let alone completeing their programs.

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None. They placed me in a position I did not apply for.

Shared on May 6, 2022

"Tell me more about who you are as a person;" Generic and straight forward.

Shared on February 4, 2021

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