Work 50+ hour weeks to get paid.
Although the company has a great overall culture and management, the fee-for-service (FFS) model promotes quick burnout of staff, and does not promote quality of service for persons served. I was full time FFS, without any paid vacation or PTO (other than MA required earned time) and chose not to take health care, in order to increase hourly FFS wage. - more... During my 2 years at the company, I never received a raise, and no benefits were offered to me. - less