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What is the work environment and culture like at Behavioral Health Group?

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It’s like high school - drama, cliques, and more drama.

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Corbin,KY
Most stressful work environment I had ever been a part of. The clients was the easy part. The pd and co workers was awful. Corporate will do nothing if you contact them.

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Stressful. Drama. No good leadership skills . don't ask corporate questions, they don't know. Don't ask for help regarding bad environment , they don't care

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Very peaceful and clean. The other employees were very friendly and treated me with supurb respect.

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Chico, CA

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The environment is busy and high stress, but manageable due to working with dedicated, experienced co-workers. BHG Lexington is like a big family who support each other during difficult situations and praise each other during achieved accomplishments.

Answered - Counselor (Current Employee) - Lexington, KY

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This is a great question! Be yourself!!!! We want team members who love what they do. 2017 is all about team building at BHG. We have a lot of new activities coming to help impact your work life. We are so excited to see your shown interest, and we hope to meet with you!!

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The hours are nice and the counselors are very friendly and helpful always.

Answered - Counselor (Current Employee) - Nashville, TN

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Stressful when micromanaged

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The work environment is relaxed, where employees are approachable and supportive. Employees are willing to help each other succeed and hold each other to realistic expectations. The workplace allows for growth and learning via constructive criticism. The workplace allows for a fair balance of seriousness and compassion.

Answered - Substance Abuse Counselor (Current Employee) - Chesapeake, VA

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We are a very close-knit group. We are all like family.

Answered - Nurse (Current Employee) - Pikeville, KY

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