EA to VP (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 4, 2019
I began as a temp and quickly transitioned into a full-time role. I appreciated the career advancement schooling and workshops for employees and incentives they gave to encourage workers to give their best efforts for the advancement of the organization. The company culture also changed overtime and somehow became stressful. Many practices I did not agree with or support, but had to deal with as a direct result of working for the agency so I'm releaved to no longer be an employee.
Above average organized and professional setting for a non-profit
Case Management (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 23, 2019
Toxic environment, poor communication, unnecessary layoffs, Poor quality of work, poor moral, favoritism, more managers than line staff, staff are overworked, a lot of gossip. Clients are not receiving a good service. NOT A GOOD PLACE TO WORK FOR.
Receptionist/Office Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 28, 2019
A typical day at work would be filling and creating Rise and Match programs. Answering phones and scheduling appointments in Outlook. It is a fast paced environment with lots of different clients with different needs that need to be met. Hardest part of the job was juggling phones setting appointment and dealing with demanding clients, Some clients had no manners and were quick to be mean. Not all but a few. Most enjoyable part of the job was getting a sincere thank you when you helped someone and they truly appreciated it.
Senior Level Care Coordinator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – March 22, 2019
Management is incompetent, lacking decision making, and truly thrives in an atmosphere of crisis all the time. Lots of retaliation instead of being supportive of staff. CEO does not manage well the agency. They all stay in their executive suites and are out of touch with what does on at the agency. Nepotism at it's best.
temp-to-perm (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 12, 2018
Handled all projects related to HRIS, benefits administration and training for a not-for-profit organization committed to national leadership in the fight against AIDS. • Managed all benefit plans including Health/Dental, Life Insurance, Disability, 403B, Flexible Spending Accounts, etc. • Managed, maintained and coordinated data in HRIS to ensure the accuracy of employee information. • Acted as Liaison between insurance carriers and employees; imparting understanding of claims and benefits.
Staff (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 28, 2017
A work day at this company is stressful. They preach one culture but practice something else. You are not allowed to disagree you will be put on the trouble making list and eventually they will find a reason to dismiss you. If you jump when told and don't question no decisions you will be promoted. They also tend to put staff against each other.
Ability to help clients and provide a service
Dealing with managment, the lack of well deserved raises and atmosphere to express opinion without targeted.
Care Manager II (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 10, 2017
The day consists of monitoring individuals for ongoing healthcare adherence. I have learned to work with a diverse population. The management is very informative and supportive. The culture of my agency workplace is inclusive. The most difficult part of monitoring a client is maintaining updated information. A client is always relocaating of revising the contact information. The most enjoyable component of my job is witnessing clients achieve their goals.
Intake Specialist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 26, 2017
There is rarely a dull moment working at GMHC. The staff and clients are some of the most diverse and interesting people you will meet. There is a great deal of staff appreciation by the CEO, upper management, and mid-level management towards the line staff.
Administrative Assistant/ Test Counselor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – October 27, 2016
I started as an intern at GMHC and within 3 months of my internship I was hired as a part time receptionist within a year and a half I became a full time receptionist and also became a certified HIV/STI Test counselor. I provided HIV counseling and testing pursuant to Article 27-F of the NYS Public Health Law for members of the target population. I resulted clients as well as referred clients for treatment. Working for GMHC for the last 3 years have given me insight and a love for the medical field and working with clients.I am now anticipating classes for my Phlebotomy and EKG and will receive my certification in December of 2016.