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What advice would you give the CEO of DACCO about how to improve it?

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The most important think is for the new hieres to be trained well so that the Company will get more out of them. They need to be supported in other for the clients to benit from their problems so that they will be able to function in there respective communities.

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Train ur staff to train others! Nicole Di Paoli needs to learn a lot.Book smart but knows nothing about an addictive person behavior. To her its all billable. She needs to walk in our shoes and stop being so negative. The same with Ms. Gorman. She forgot where she came from!

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Yea! Give your employees proper trainig. I was thrown to the wolves and it was not a good feelling. Supervisor needs to fully train employess, not just throw them a gguide so they can train themselves. Horrible work ethics.

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Please make sure the supervisors understand the requirements of the position. If you have a group of counselors quit then a group of health techs quit investigate where the problems are arising.

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Please allow a truly anonymous paper and pen survey that can be dropped in a box and collected for a month. Please allow for employees to give reviews of their bosses so you understand where the problems are. Hire someone to come in and give you neutral feedback about your problems. Show that you are listening and that people's jobs are safe even if they give their opinion. Please show us that we can be heard without retribution.

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She done a good service to this community and these clients. Somehow along the way she went astray and allowed the staff to not be treated well. Now people make fun of her and my director says people just try n stay away from her cuz she like trump makin a mess. I just feel she need to step aside but I don't know that would fix it because the other people on top are a big issue. We just need the big dogs to respect us staff. 3-0

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The previous answers are correct. More training. Better pay. Listen to employees. And the CEO needs to understand some of her inner circle are not telling her correct info. New leadership needed.

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Realize the ones sitting next to you in the board room meetings are the ones keeping critical secretes from you. As a CEO you should be able to recognize this. Instead of this being an A+ company your staff are making it the laughing stock of the community.

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Get more acquainted with the women's residential floor. Support service coordinator is new herself and can't answer any questions about your responsibilities as an BHT. She's quite condescending , and clients complain about her all the time. The job pays low , but the responsibility is worth far more. The Turn over is extremely high quality in that department.

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Provide real training as part of orientation. New employees should not be thrown to the wolves (women's residential). Once you start on the floor, you're expected to work as if you've been there all along, with no real training. Not a good first impression, which creates high turn over rate.

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