Care Manager Supervisor in New York, NY
Workforce Reduction Onslaught
- 6-level hierarchy in Care Management Department (Aka operations department)- High volume of positions sucking up revenue that did not have a clear purpose in the company. - No security; upper management will slash you up to safeguard themselves.- Unexperienced people holding positions of leadership. (Draining revenue)Since the beginning, the company knew that it was overpaying people from certain races and religious groups while underpaying other minorities for the same positions. As revenue stopped flowing at the rate it used to in July 2020, the New CEO decided to “restructured” the company. This let to 320 positions being Eliminated; Among those were 200 Supervisors and 50 Directors in the Care Management Department alone. Even though the politically-correct message being sent by upper management was “we created 158 new positions, go apply”, the truth is that executive team knew who from their circle they wanted to keep. Factors like productivity and performance didn’t weight in the decision making process for those new positions.This was essentially an onslaught on those in the lower chain of command.
Care Manager Supervisor in Hauppauge, NY
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Since it’s inception, the agency ensured to be fiscally irresponsible. Set that aside, you have people in management that bring 0 to the table. What have I learned in my tenure being here? Quality doesn’t save you; it’s who but you kiss that really matters. Positions randomly opening - without the opportunity for everyone in the agency to even apply for it - sounds like blatant nepotism to me. If you care for those people that need the services, I hope you have a the experience to be able to do the job alone; there is little to no support. This CCO transition has been a total and utter disaster.
Care Manager in Brooklyn, NY
Run! Run fast and don’t look back !
Worst experience ever . Staff in Brooklyn are mistreated, bullied and belittled by the Brooklyn Senior Director. Micromanaging at its finest, unable to work without supervisors breathing down your neck. Care Managers are given an outstanding amount of work with unrealistic deadlines. The only way to reach these deadlines is to take your work home and don’t sleep or eat ! Threaten daily if deadlines aren’t met. No room to move up in the company ! Do not listen to the lies. Supervisors have no knowledge and offered no help. Instead of raises we are getting pay cuts !
Care Manager Supervisor in Queens, NY
Disappointing Work Experience
Overall, I have experienced much disappointment with this agency. Their leadership, or lack of, calls for much modification and guidance. I was deeply disappointed considering the forced transition I was bestowed upon.
Care Manager in New York State
Good place to work - Could be better
A typical work day: Made up of driving to different sites to visit people with disabilities and their support staff. Extensive, Redundant documentation is required but you have some flexibility.Management: Hit or miss as with anywhereWork Culture: Depends on your location. The organization as a whole intends to have a great work culture but whether the ideal culture is being followed will depend on your given location within the organization.The Hardest part of the job: miscommunication, micromanagement, severely poor training, excessive paperwork and data entry which diminishes the quality of the work.