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Only with job advancment to a new title.

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It felt like torture going to work each day. Management is not trained at all and it felt like the blind leading the blind. There is also a constant fear of layoffs.

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Good Morale, More silos with less collaboration

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Transparency, hire experienced people, value staff ,break down the silos.

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In order for you to reach your goals, you must work around the clock. There is little or no time off. Nights and weekends are a must even for Strides. You work when volunteers can get together. You earn PTO quickly but being able to use it is another thing.

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Not that type of job

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Health/dental insurance, 401k, vacation, personal and sick time.

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Unsure how it compares to like Industries. Use to be extremely low pay for salaried employees/staffers.

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