CSC (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – June 1, 2018
The "manager" at BK EBS is the common denominator for all of the negative, heard many negative things from various current and previous employees and previous management about the behavior and past actions would have resulted in removal elsewhere. One day you are the "best friend" the next day doesn't even speak to you; totally unprofessional and obviously uneducated. Needs to be checked. Informs upper management about you in any negative way and the upper management who has never worked with you or barely knows you does not take the time to know who you are and what you accomplish on the job. The main office does little to offer support and all of the boroughs are on different pages. I have never worked with people who behave this way. There is no organizational management or professional management skills. One in charge doesn't know how to talk to professional people and talks to some others as if they are children, no respect Added on duties to set one up to fail, if they don't want you there, they will set you up. The pay vs. the job duties are out of order and needs to be reviewed and adjusted; eligible for public benefits, can't even afford an apartment share . Those who work in the field are delighted not to be in the office. Do not need to be sponsored to live in the US and will not do each and everything asked since salaries are supposed to be based upon work duties and work responsibilities in the real world. Director of another department is impressed with themselves but are not "all that, ranted and raved about one question then the next day as so agreeablemore... after thought, should have been the "director" and directed. No one stands up to them and they definitely need to be checked. One has visions of other measures with the bad behavior and unprofessionalism.less
DSP (Direct Support Professional) (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 26, 2018
I have learned a lot working here . My shift was flexible to my needs . Working with the company in this field makes me see the world differently and notice things I’ve seen everyday but never really see understand
Staffing Coordinator (Former Employee) – homecare – February 18, 2018
Great place to work. Director constantly involving himself in affairs that did not involve him. He was a bully when it suited his need and he constantly pushed his,agenda. Made everyone around him uncomfortable. Probably still does..
Production Specialist/Supervisor (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 18, 2018
Job is to train adult individuals with challenges to join the work force as maintenance workers. Working with these individuals is rewarding, the other part of job, is very stressful and challenging, as time is limited and demands to complete route sites is unrealistic. this is because I am working/training individuals that need time to learn and practice with lost of support and encouragement. But the company seeks to have all work done in an hour..
Community Service Provider (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – January 9, 2018
I have always loved the feeling of satisfaction that I get by helping the ones in need. I appreciate the feeling of gratitude that they show with our services. Working as a community service provider, it was my responsibility to take care of people admitted here at AHRC and to do my best to get the attendees of the program into various fun and learning activities.
Direct Support Professional (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – January 3, 2018
AHRC NYC offers Direct Placement Programs for individuals who are interested in direct employment opportunities, as opposed to an internship or a training program. Our programs also offer people with intellectual and developmental disabilities opportunities to enter the workforce, and to be successful inAHRC New York City’s employment training services include: School to Work programs, Daily Job-Readiness programs, Internships, and Career Training programs. maintaining their employment.
Substitute Counselor (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – November 15, 2017
The clients were our main concern., and we worked hard to ensure their safety and well-being were what was expected of us. We were encouraged because of the work-life culture. Everyone was willing to help if you asked.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – 88 maiden ln – November 14, 2017
Waxing and stripping floors, Teach and evaluate work skill for people with special needs • Open and close facility and Maintain Facilities Clean • Deal with consumers and their request and complains about the facility • Order supplies and uniform for workers • Deal with workers payroll • First aid Certified •
Regional Supervisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 18, 2017
There are days that are fast paced and there are days that are reasonable. It's never a dull day yet the work can get redundant if you let it. There are opportunities for personal growth but little in terms of career advancement within the Home Care Department.