PAYROLL CLERK (Former Employee) – Rye Brook, NY – October 27, 2017
A typical work day consists of collecting and tabulating time sheets, Putting them in alphabetical order then entering them in system,(paychex). We paid on a bi-weekly basis so on a non payroll week I would post payroll journals from excel do filing and work on accruals (sick, vacation,personal). I learned how to be a great team player. Management was exceptional and so was workplace culture. The hardest part of my job was getting my source documents submitted on a timely basis. The most enjoyable part of my job was paying 400 people without a hitch every 2 weeks.
Direct Care Professional (Current Employee) – Rye Brook, NY – May 22, 2017
My days at work are good. The individuals are understanding and cooperative. I learned how to adjust to each of their needs. Management is unfair, lie and only think about themselves. The hardest part of the job is listening to the lies management tells when they try to mislead staffs, and the point that they pay us $10 without raises to do a lot of work. The most enjoyable part of my job is taking the individuals to places so that they can live an adventurous life even though they are wheelchair bound.
Habilitation Specialist (Former Employee) – Rye Brook, NY – July 26, 2016
Busy morning greeting, and transporting Individuals to their classroom, and prepare them for their activities How to communicate, support, and assist in their daily activities Management was great Co-Workers are good team players Leaving the job Knowing that I made someone feel good
Residence Counselor/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Rye Brook, NY – April 13, 2016
The one aspect about working here that I enjoyed is that everyday was different. Being part of the management team I learned and became well adapted to understanding different personalities. My co-workers did what ever needed to be done to help achieve the goals we were striving for at any particular time.
Appreciation for work performed is acknowledged periodically
Payroll and benefits compensation could be better.