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The coworkers are great. The job is highly stressful and management is terrible. The workload is huge, pay is small.

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Depending on the position, the hours vary. The typical office professional works a traditional 8-5, while life skills specialists (like recovery coaches, behavioral specialist, family support specialists) make their own hours.

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Benefits get slashed more and more every year.

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Front office people have to wear blue, black, grey, white or mustard yellow.

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Entry level positions are stressful. Management not bad unless your goals aren't reached. Balance business with clinical.

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Zero professional Growth
Held Hostage by Schedule
Productivity driven but set you up for Failure

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I applied to multiple jobs on their careers website, and someone reached out to me by phone within about three days. After the phone consultation I was set up for an interview the next day.

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Never, you only get a raise if you change positions.

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No we do not get Veterans Day off either. If you take the day off you have to use your own PTO day. Same thing if you or your child is sick you have to take a PTO day.

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