Easter Seals Employee Reviews

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Need to have Dedication
Monitor Team Leader, STS (Current Employee) –  Manchester, NHDecember 12, 2018
Recently the part of Easter Seals that I work for under went some management changes. These changes are resulting in a lot of really great changes and a happier work environment. Though for any person looking to work here you need to be dedicated and dependent. You need to be reliable for management in order to keep the good changes coming. Managements gets their arguments for pay raises, or benefits from the work that is seen in their employees.
Pros
upbeat, team leads are awesome, fun, split shift
Cons
busy, faced paced
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Don't recommend if you enjoy your sanity
Program Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Pleasant Hill, CASeptember 19, 2018
Management sucked. ABA team didn't necessarily have ABA training which was very problematic. Clinical Director was very young and culture was a lot like high school. No support unless you were in her cliche.
Pros
salary was comparable and clients
Cons
management
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Great working environment
Staff (Current Employee) –  OhioSeptember 5, 2018
This is a great company to work for however, it has its flaws in leadership. Some of the supervisors are very hard to work with and offer feel like they need to babysit you instead of letting you do what you know how to do.
Pros
Benefits, 6 month raises
Cons
Management whom have never worked with the disable population
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It’s cool place to work
Team leader (Former Employee) –  New Bern, NCJanuary 20, 2019
I wish esucp would give raises and have room for advancement within the company. Wish esup. Would offer postion to staff that’s beem there long time
Pros
Na
Cons
Na
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ESNH is a Great place to work?
Doesn’t matter (Former Employee) –  Manchester, NHFebruary 3, 2019
Not a welcoming environment for staff. A lot of people with personal agendas that would do anything and say anything to hurt you professionally if you try to make any positive changes.
Pros
Good pay and benefits
Cons
Little support from management
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Not a fun place to work...to many politics.
Certified Job Placement Specialist (Former Employee) –  Manchester, NHDecember 12, 2018
No opportunity for advancement. I was a job placement. No matter how miuch money I brought nt the cmpany, it was never enough. We had extremely high caseloads and were required to work on holidays with no extra pay since I was on salary.
Pros
Easy commute
Cons
poor manasgemenet
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At my site, it's relaxed, fun place to work,.. Improvement could be made in pay and advancement to grow in other positions..
Direct Support Specialist (Current Employee) –  Gates, NYDecember 20, 2018
Overall it appears that the company has job security, the IRA's are fun/ relaxed work places, and there's flexibility with hours.. I believe Easter Seals can be better with pay, job advancement, and with health benefits probably to part time employees as well..
Pros
Flexible schedule/hours...
Cons
Low pay, health benefits..
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Competitive & fast-paced
TRAINEE (Former Employee) –  Augusta, GAJanuary 26, 2019
It was a fast-paced and very competitive workplace because they kept track of how many boxes you did. The management was okay. The most enjoyable part of the job was working on John Deere.
Pros
Lunch and 2 breaks
Cons
No insurance
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Very stressful workplace with little support from upper management.
Nurse (Former Employee) –  GeorgiaJanuary 25, 2019
Love working with the clients and support staff. Upper management, Administration and HR department are very unsupportive. They have unreasonable expectations from support staff. The schedule is always messed up. They expect you to work with no notice or be on call 24/7 in case you're needed. You're treated like a robot and not a person. Huge staff turnover. The pay and benefits are good, but really not worth the amount of stress.
Pros
Good benefits, pay
Cons
Very stressful envirnment, poor management
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Wow
Head Start Teacher (Former Employee) –  Tampa, FLDecember 12, 2018
it is a good school but the management is not very well put together as well as the facilities. It is very gossipy and it seems as if everyone is in it for themselves the is very little team work here.
Pros
benefits
Cons
managment
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Family Oriented
Development Coordinator (Former Employee) –  Montgomery, ALNovember 29, 2018
Very family oriented, the culture is amazing. I learned so much and the best part was meeting new people everyday. Management feedback was given in a timely manner.
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Great Part-Time Job
Behavior Interventionist (Current Employee) –  Torrance, CAAugust 6, 2018
It's all about the clients. (the kids) If you're good with kids then working for this company will be great. If you're not, don't do it.
Getting a child's motivation is one of the hardest things to do. Especially if they are under the spectrum. Management is good, but having a good supervisor, (PM) is another crucial aspect of the job. They keep you centered, making sure you are running the programs properly.

Although the pay is decent starting, after a year of proving yourself, they should give more than a .25 cent raise.

The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing a child who was once non-verbal, speak. And knowing it was because of your hard work that made it possible. Priceless.
Pros
Helping children, flexible hours.
Cons
The pay raises should be much higher.
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Stressfull, low pay, good clients
Paraprofessional (Current Employee) –  Greensboro, NCNovember 18, 2018
I recommend having experience in the field before taking this job. The management are not tech-savvy and make you write everything with black ink on paper (including reports). it is stressful. You get paid working with your client a certain amount, BUT if the company has you do anything on their time you get paid minimum wage (meetings, training, exe.). they throw you in the field and send you straight to work after your training is complete. the clients make this job worth while. i have never met a bad client. you get to negotiate your hours with your client to fit your needs. the more clients you have, the more hours you will have. though the company dose not hire full-time ParaProfessionals. you will not get compensated for your gas money even if you are driving your client places. DO NOT take your client to appointments, you will get paid minimum wage. If you can handle all that, this is the job for you.
Pros
the clients are understanding, negotiate your schedule
Cons
stressful work, strict guidelines on documentation, low pay, no gas money compensation, no benefits, no full-time, no to little breaks
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productive and fun place to work at times
Contact Person (Former Employee) –  Portland, OR 97217November 7, 2018
Really enjoyed my job and I hope the person who is doing it now is learning alot about management, staffing, and data entry. The hardest part of the job was leaving.
Pros
working with people
Cons
Workplace culture could use an overhaul.
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Okay
Behavior Interventionist (Former Employee) –  Torrance, CAOctober 14, 2018
The work is very rewarding and definitely can learn a lot in any position here. The pay was not competitive here and management sometimes seemed to be uninterested in the clients or employees.
Pros
Rewarding
Cons
Low pay
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Behavioral Interventionist (RBT) Pros and Cons
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) (Former Employee) –  Walnut Creek, CAOctober 12, 2018
Being a Behavioral Interventionist (RBT) had its pros and cons.

Pros:
Working with children, making a difference, working part time while in school, and good vacation/holiday benefits.

Cons:
Client cancellations with no pay even if Behavioral Interventionist (RBT) showed up for session, poor communication via the scheduling department, gaps in schedule ( Ex: 9am-11am client session, gap from 11am-1pm (no pay), 1pm-2pm indirect time in office, session 3pm-4:30pm, session 5pm-7pm) expensive health care (have to attain an average of 27 hours which is difficult with frequent cancellations) driving a lot of miles a day (lack of compensation), hard to get a raise (Lack of response from HR department ) and late hours (If client session was in Brentwood from 5pm-7pm, and your residence is in Concord, Behavioral Interventionist would get home at 7:45 pm). The scheduling portion of the job was more stressful than the actual work.
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Not the best company to work for
Transition Coordinator (TC) (Former Employee) –  Lakewood, OHOctober 1, 2018
Not the best company to work for. Management is not helpful and they are not easy to speak with. The CEO was very welcoming and offered guidance. The salary is low and does not match with the amount of work required. I would not recommend this company to work for.
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benefits
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not the best company to work for
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work place culture
Senior Service Coach (Former Employee) –  Bridgewater, NJOctober 3, 2018
I worked in multiple of houses in Easter Seals. In some i work with 4 l clients and for others i worked with 6 clients helping them to meet their daily need. I learned a lot about clients behavior mood swing and how to give client personal space. Management culture is more of cooperation and team spirit. The hardest part of the work is the fear thing everybody was sort of protected his or her job when issues arise it was the culture to look for easy targets. The best part of the job is when you work with like minded people it makes the work easy because the mistakes of others affect you as individual. Some staff can hide their mistakes and it affect everybody.
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Exceptional Service, education and outreach to help those with disabilities live a full life
Supervisor Scheduler Coordinator (Current Employee) –  Pasadena, CAAugust 6, 2018
The company truly cares about the clients they serve and wanting to help them live a full life. They are always looking for ways to make our jobs more efficient, so they can better serve their clients.
Pros
Great people to work with each day.
Cons
Not much room for growth. Most promotions are a lateral move in salary.
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Well compensation and a company driven by employees
Hope 4 NC Crisis Counseling Program - Team Lead (Current Employee) –  Clinton, NCJanuary 23, 2019
I have been with Easter Seals for only about 2.5 months but so far I have been pleased with the organizational structure and overall management of the company. I have been and will continue to recommend this company to others.
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