The company needed to put systems in place for the Resident Care director to be successful. The company also needed to invest in their employees by paying a better hourly wage; however I am not sure if this would have made a difference with the workers coming to work. They first need to put better systems into place so that those in leadership can be lead and be successful doing it,
I enjoyed the residents
the salary did not match the hours I put into the work
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – May 15, 2018
Worked hard for a year no advancement kind of left out in the cold. I trained people and worked for a year no problems and then they just laid me off and I was on unemployment, very cut throat no room for advancement, treated security officer very badly.
It'll be a great place to work if management was a little bit more professional
Community Living Assistant (Former Employee) – Henrietta, NY – March 21, 2018
In my opinion management overlooks the behaviors of some of their employees while they reprimand others. They have people who were on drugs passing medications to clients and when they were formed of this turned a blind eye to it
community living assistant (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – February 21, 2018
Needs better management and crew members a fresh start.good some days and bad on other days do My 40 hours and overtime no credit given.they still help all staff gas either quit or fired new staff stay a couple month then leave, meet min.guidelines
Learning consumers, The Who what when why and how
Staff not available for consumers need, management sucks
Application Administrator (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – December 18, 2017
This was not the best place to work. everyone seemed to get off by throwing people under the bus constantly. the management was terrible. Plus the people who had power like the VPs thought that they can control anyone anytime.
Community Living Assistant (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – November 26, 2017
-Supervised distribution and schedule of medication for residents. - Provided incident reports and notes for physicians as needed. - Supervised the residents and assisted them day to day needs and with their coping skills. - Laundered linens and sheets as needed. - Cleaned the environment such as taking garbage out, wipes down tables, etc.
Exciting Workplace - Great Human services organization
Director of Information Technology (Current Employee) – Roanoke, VA – November 6, 2017
DePaul is a wonderful Human Services organization that helps serve families and adults in communities around Central and Southwest Virginia. They have wonderful branch offices in communities that need the services.
Loved working with the children and families but the supervisors played favorites.
Therapeutic Foster Care Specialist (Former Employee) – Abingdon, VA – October 31, 2017
Very political and the supervisors played favorites. One in particular harassed people until they left. When you make a complaint to Human Resources it backfires and they do not support staff against harassment and discrimination from supervisors.
QMHP (Former Employee) – Roanoke, VA – October 19, 2017
Interesting job, working with various clients aging from14 to 63, with disabilities ranging from physical to mental, and behavioral. Great staff to work with who were very helpful in teaching me what needed to be done.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Gates, NY – October 18, 2017
I wish I had seen these reviews prior to employment. I asked when interviewing how is the turnover rate as that usually tells you a lot about the company. They said oh it's not bad.....wrong! When a company has such a large turnover rate there is a reason. The management staff play favorites, if your not a favorite plan on being terminated on a whim. They will literally go out of their way to find something. They keep the bad employees and run out the good ones. They will take away resources so you can't complete your job duties. If the president of the company plays favorites then that is why it's acceptable in other departments. Human Resources will not back you even if there is evidence of bullying to make you quit or get fired. My son also received services and that too was horrible. He never had enough money to buy groceries. They are supposed to help the client not harm them. I would not recommend working here and would not ever seek services for my son again with them. Especially now that I know how they run it. If you think it's great....dig deeper you haven't seen it for what it really is.
Backstabbing management, health insurance is terrible and high premiums. The administration.
Program Manager(Digital (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 13, 2017
Working for Depaul was a wonderful experience. The organization had great ideas and was willing to to take on new ones to make it better but it was grant funded so there weren't many opportunities to expand.