Job culture was poor; employer did a poor job integrating employees.
Outpatient Behavioral Therapist (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – June 26, 2018
Typical day at work was drab and atmosphere was less than harmonious. I learned to work independently and to get along alone. The workplace culture made employees feel as though some people made head-way, while others did not. The reason...who knows. Maybe they knew the right person. The hardest part of the job was lack of support from mid-management. Mid-level management was committed to upper management...that's all there is to it. The most enjoyable part of the job were the client success stories.
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Job Work/Life Balance
Opportunities to growth, fun place to work.
Bilingual Care Coordinator (Current Employee) – Springfield, MA – July 10, 2019
I feel really happy when i make a difference to one of my client, doctor or a coworker. I have learned all the needs and resources that we have in our community.
I manage my day is a challenge because you never know what will happen with a parent or child, you have to be opened with the diversity of culture and the way that parents act with child behaviors. the hardest part of my job is when i see newborn in the first doctor visit with a DCF worker and as i say at the beginning to make a difference every day is the part that I most enjoy.
Clinician (Former Employee) – Springfield, MA – July 6, 2019
Please do not give my name in this to bhn It was not s supportive environment lots of unnecessary gossip Staff was mostly rude and I felt discriminated and Often had other staff talking behind my back my education was not appreciated and I was often skipped for speaking at meetings Nothing more to say