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What is the work environment and culture like at Community Options, Inc.?

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Not very good

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Not a pleasant employer to work in.

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Very low pay for nurses. They have a hard time keeping nurses because of the pay rate and wants to promote nurses to managers get a manager nurse would work more hours for less money than staff nurse. They offered me $45k to be a nurse manager. I make more than that being staff! Atleast they increased the pay rate when I work there it was $20, now it’s $22. Still low but atleast they are finally starting to listen.

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Really un professional and low paying .wouldn't recommend to anyone....its all about management here. the day program is a laughing matter. low wages,your car gets beat up and your responsible for it...if you want to work for low wages and not be appreciated then this is the best company for you....management worries about themselves and not the working staff....raises are a joke and National is really hard to get a hold of....i will say that if you know management you can do what ever and get away with it....wouldnt send my dog to be watched there

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The work culture is very hostile. Managers rarely come by. Homes poorly maintained.

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Like any large organization there are always bumps in the road. Those who take the initiative to ask, to problem solve, to seek advice and make recommendations are true team players. If staff complain about stress but do nothing to help mitigate it they are simply continuing the status quo. Reach out to managers and they will positively respond and problem solve with you.

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The work environment is horrible and hostile.

Answered - DSP (Direct Support Professional) (Current Employee) - Fountain Inn, SC

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Management are only out for each other and to make it seem like they care. Consumers are abused and neglected and it is covered up. The CEO is terrible and screams at the state directors and berates them. Worst mistake I ever made working for them. If you care too much about the clients and not the money, you're expendable.

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Tense, stressful, no help from upper mgmnt they played favs with Mgr's and staff

Answered - Residential House Manager (Former Employee) - Jasper, AL

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This was a group home for boys/young men ages 8-22

Answered - Group home assistant (Former Employee) - Portsmouth, VA

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