Best place I have ever had the pleasure to work and learn from.
CEO (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – July 17, 2018
You cannot go wrong by going to CEO, you will all the technics of finding a job that you actually want and you will have the full force and knowledge of every staff member that works there helping you.
Very good center with a lot of information and helpful as well
Crew Worker (Current Employee) – New York, NY – July 16, 2018
It a great place to get started in your career and the fact that they go out the way to help you find a full time job is excellentthey also help you with your resume and even with Heathcare which is great.
Good opportunity for any one on parole or probation
Highway Maintenance Worker (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – June 16, 2018
Great place to work for has many availabe opportunities for any one on parole and probation.they will help you gain employment at other places if its something you want to do. You can only work here for 90 days and get paid 12 bucks an hour and a couple days sick pay
Maintenance Worker (Current Employee) – New York, NY – May 29, 2018
a typical day there was easy the job was pretty much basic. i learned how to make myself do some type of work without working when its nothing to do the work place wasnt busy the hardest part was doing housing and have to take out garbage in the basement where there was rodents. the most enjoyable was the knowlege the supervisor was teaching me
job coach (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 23, 2018
Poor management, lack of career advancement and very gossipy environment. Very large workload and salary does not make up for it. The mission is very important, but ultimately not enough to make me stay.
General Laborer (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – April 28, 2018
There's no advancement opportunities. Something to do to keep a pay check to pay bills. Raises are basically non existent. It's a temporary place to work. However, a job developer work there and try to help people find better job placement.
Landscaping Crew Member (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – April 20, 2018
Day's are relaxing by working with and for people who are easy to get along with. I learned while working here the importance of keeping our enviornment clean for the children and eldery due to reasons of drug bags, bottles, etc. being left on the surface which can cause harm to the community at large. The management team is excellent and know how to communicate without being arrogant and just seem to have a genuine care and concern for their coworkers and employees which allow you to feel as though you are a part of the team even when you know that it is a temporary job. The hardest part of the job and knowing that when you are working in parks where murders take place you by chance may happen to find a dead body. Although this never took place as far as I know you have to understand that this may be something you may run in to. The most enjoyable part of the job was being out in the nice weather working with people who really wanted to work and make a difference although others may never notice it.
van service meets at pick up spot next to public transportation
not being aware of how many days a week you would get to work
Employment Sales Specialist (Former Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – April 18, 2018
Rewarding Job for the right fit. A typical day includes meeting with participants individually by appointment. Follow Up on success with locating employment for each participant, canvass in your own car for potential employers to hire participants.
Crew Worker (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 12, 2018
A typical day at work is very relaxed and calm , I've learned a lot about being kind , respectful , trusting , and learned a lot about patience my supervisors were all respectful and helpful . The job was a good place to work at even thou sometimes the supervisors depending on where you worked can be a little hard on you . Although in the end its all worth it and a great learning experience .