We had fun as well as worked our tails off for senior management when i was there. It was not a bad place to work at all. I had different work hours, and on the days i worked into the overnight hours, they were good about recognizing it in those people.
I worked for CCS as a PRN Nurse. I ended my job with CCS because of the distance and work environment.I found myself training new employees without notice. I was PRN staff and sometimes required updates about workplace changes.
Senior Health Services Administrator (Current Employee) – Valhalla, NY – February 22, 2019
CCS is a wonderful company that allows for vision, growth, and opportunity throughout employment. Team members are treated with respect. Health care delivery systems are innovative, caring, and ever-expanding.
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Golden Valley, AZ – February 21, 2019
I am an LPN and worked night shift where I was usually the only nurse on site. Lack of support from leadership. I was called to the dorms for emergencies and had multiples pts at the same time with no help.
Medical Assistant and Safety Operations Officer (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – February 7, 2019
Correct Care Solutions is hands down the best company that I have worked for. The pay is great, there is room for growth and they offer wonderful benefits. I've been employed by Correct Care Solutions for 16 years now and time has flown by. I've developed my skills and learned new ones during my time here. Management is interactive and focused on problem solving. The team here is close knit and supportive. The Correct Care Solutions cooperate team and site administration are great. Administration is intent on employee retention and staff development. Even though the company has grown exponentially they have managed to maintain a sense of family. I would recommend Correct Care Solutions to anyone who is serious about long term employment.
Flexible scheduling, great pay and room for growth.
The inmate can be intimidating at times, but security staff is always present.
Clinical Coordinator/Medical Assistant (Current Employee) – Huntingdon, PA – February 5, 2019
The company is a joke. Pay is below average even for this area. Management is only about themselves. Administration is clueless. Job security is uncertain. Working in a prison, is not safe by any means and this company has no idea about it.
Small jail that I worked at; no issues. part time/weekends
Licensed Practical Nurse (Former Employee) – Nevada, IA – February 1, 2019
I worked for a small jail in medical. Jail staff was helpful, my nursing supervisor was great. I never had any interaction with anyone above that. I was the only nurse in the clinic on the weekend. Job was simple enough; safety was always ensured by officers.
Mental Health Professional (Former Employee) – Richmond, TX – January 29, 2019
In the particular site where I was based, a nurse with no mental health experience was in charge of the mental health staff. The Mental Health Coordinator was new with minimal training as well. The staff was ill prepared and could only depend on each other for training and coaching. The staff turns over rapidly due to growing annoyed with the policies and procedures.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Adelanto, CA – January 28, 2019
Management practices are poor and no care or compassion presented for staff who are over worked and burnt out. Company morale is the lowest I have ever seen. Management provides no words of encouragement or any attempt to uplift staff however constantly degrade and discourage staff. Those who work hard must always work harder or receive reprimanding while those who do little to nothing receive nothing but accommodations. Management consists of bosses not leaders and are manipulative and two faced. Most staff are only there to look out for themselves. Home life/work life balance is little to non existent. Health insurance costs the highest I have ever seen for company offered plans. If you enjoy being taken advantage of, working obscene amounts of hours, consistently ridiculed by management, and never having any growth in your career this place is for you!
LPN (Former Employee) – Lagrange, KY – January 21, 2019
I worked for this company for almost 5 years. Poured my blood, sweat and tears in this place. My former supervisors and management were excellent. However a couple years ago it started to change drastically. If you are not a family member of a supervisor or are in their “clique” then you will be talked about like a dog to everyone. Workplace gossip is spread mostly by the supervisors / DON. It took them a year to get my pay straight and when I demanded my back pay I was bullied. Then it out went down hill after that. They started to write me up over things no one else ever got wrote up for. They also kept adding to my job description hoping I would screw up. When I did instead of educating they fired me. However they lied saying I just flat out didn’t do something and I tried to rectify the situation and was blocked my management. The DON is the most unprofessional lady I have ever met. Extremely 2 faced. It is a vicious cut throat environment I wouldn’t recommend anyone getting into.
Department of Corrections was a pleasure to work with 90% of the time
Very short staffed, nursing license is on the line and unsafe environment with lack of security and nurses.
Registered Nurse (Current Employee) – Oshkosh, WI – January 20, 2019
The company has been bought and sold numerous times and little direction is offered to its nurses. Though I have been with the employer for 4 years I do not feel I was offered the chance to learn and grow within my career.