Pre-school Teacher (Former Employee) – Surprise, AZ – June 27, 2018
In working with CPLC, working with the children but the company itself was horrible. We were buried in paperwork and there was never enough time to get everything done at work. The manager at the location that I was not very good at all.
Infant Toddler Teacher (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – February 12, 2018
Arrival, set up daily activities (if not completed the previous day) Greet coworker and families. Have conversations through out out the day with teacher co worker and children. I learned to be observation of children and documenting their progress with pictures and their interactions and activities on paper and to transfer them to the computer. Management is supportive. Workplace culture is diverse and supportive. The hardest part of the job is when the three year olds move on to pre school. The most enjoyable part of the job is witnessing the child's progress and growth.
SMI navigator , CPLC. Did enrollments (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 30, 2018
The job had no support and case load was out of expectations for accretions. supervisor was not much of help, did little to assist, and has no idea of the patients point of view. Worst company ever. they have forgotten the patient, and have become cold , and insensitive to the patients needs. They had no problem leaving people go out of the clinic , starve, psychotic, delusion, in 115 degree whether, with no medication. Even worst the would not let me transport them to a clinic
Substitute Teacher (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ 85004 – October 3, 2017
CPLC does not support its employees; CEO's and supervisors have favoritism with some of them only and put restrictions with the rest of the employees to grow within the company. Employees are constantly leaving the company for lack of support.
Community Healthcare Worker (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 24, 2017
While working for Chicanos Por La Causa, I uncovered that we promoted programs that were not for the benefit of clients. For instance, our housing program did not benefit the masses. We were told to advocate for clients and then were reprimanded for doing so.
Staff Accountant (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 13, 2017
Rewarding work, they make meaningful contributions in the community. Organization is highly know & known in the Latino community. Good workplace culture they value their employees. They had many different programs and related software systems which made learning the job more difficult. Management was not very open to change.
fun environment really nice people and every ones an a while have luch all together
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 13, 2016
my typical day, get to work and return important calls for the costumers. data entry for the medical insurance. data entry one of each costumer. revise all the appointments for the costumers in order to receive the best service. Translator for Spanish speaking . manage all the employs if they are doing their work. the most enjoyable if to help people and receive a thank you makes my day.