worker (Current Employee) – Zelienople – July 25, 2013
Still back in the 1960's with the executive staff firmly entrenched in their ivory tower. Corporate culture is poor with a vague sense of mission. Strict vertical chain of command and no communication between departments. Nice guy, but very weak, CEO in charge so we survive in spite of our poor misguided policies. Worker bees at the bottom do the heavy lifting while those in director positions muddle around trying to look busy. A recipe for disaster but we manage to survive - not thrive. Its a shame because abused kids deserve topnotch programs and better care .
Scenic campus, animals
wages, outdated rules, lack of leadership, cronyism
Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – November 18, 2017
When I first began a great run Lutheran Services it seems like a great place to work. I quickly found that out that as middle management I was expected to be a puppet. Agency overall played favorites, had a sense of entitlement over clients, were racist and we're not very Christian like despite being "faith-based" . As a Christian, I think this hurt me the most. I would not recommend anyone working for this agency. There are a lot of other agencies that offer the same job positions, will pay you more money and have a better work culture.
Agency overall played favorites, had a sense of entitlement over clients, were racist and we're not very Christian like despite being "faith-based" .