Plex Lead (Current Employee) – Campus – August 13, 2019
Hope is a very good place to work .. it is challenging and rewarding.. And it a great feeling to see the youth smiling and happy. Hope has some good staff that really cares about the youth .. over All it is a good place to work.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – 18345 Ventura Bl. ste 314 Tarzana, CA – June 17, 2019
I learned many skills in psychology field including Bio and Neuro feedback testing. Multitasking was one of the major duties. Making clients' appointments, Preparing billing sheets and visiting rehab clients as well as participating in pro family group which was the non profit organization. Although my salary was not good enough.
Clinical (Former Employee) – San Francisco Bay Area, CA – May 17, 2019
There are some clinics that are better than others, but overall unorganized, illegal, and irresponsible. They need an HR person and an upgrade. Stronger leadership and support would be useful. In all fairness, I heard it got better after I left.
Compassionate Entrepreneur (Current Employee) – remtote – March 19, 2019
Trades of Hope is a wonderful missions business that directly impacts impoverished families in a positive and dignified way. The most difficult thing about this job are the sales goals. The pay is 100% commission. Because it is a missions business, the commission is not very large.
The pros are the joy, purpose and relationships gained by doing misssions work.
The compensation is 100% commissions. Because the company is a missions business, the commission is not very high.
Direct Care Staff (Former Employee) – Mountain View, CA – January 27, 2019
Working as a Direct Care Staff with hope is sometimes stressful because I am dealing with people who have disability but with the help and the coaching of my supervisor and the manager make my work light and wonderful. These people with disability are beautiful people especially if they feel your loving care.
This position gives me a very strong responsibility because of the duties it entails. Because its a very small business it can't offer much attributes, like fringe benefits and vacation or holiday time, but its good for a side position. Work is never hard in a office its the different personalities that's sometimes is trying. a typical day is very laid back since I work independently. I like working Independently, but can work well with others. Theres is no need for me to add more information because it would be farse everything is said concerning my present position. Im really focusing on my future position and HOPE is very aware of my job endeavor search and understands the high economy in this town alone.
Program Director, Interim CEO (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – November 26, 2018
Direction of staff and support for the CEO. Training staff on various topics, including Trauma-Informed Care; Diversity Sensitivity; Child and Adolescent Development Typical youth are supervised. It is tough to manage the disrespect of the youth. It is encouraging to see growth and development over time.
Staff Placement Supervisor (Former Employee) – Albany, NY 12206 – May 11, 2018
I loved placing people on job site working with them and there family, inviting the family to the company picnics sad it went out of business, if they start an new company I would go back to work for them
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 23, 2018
The work was unorganized helping others with customer service was pretty hard when the computers were mostly shut down to find a person's package not only was it stressful to find the package but customers had mostly fought on the line because our computers were offline
On the phone the whole shift call rates would fluxuate
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Kentwood, MI – January 20, 2018
You clock in put head set on and wait for calls to come in to enroll in the program. I would work weekends from 7am to 6 or 7 pm. You had a 30 min unpaid lunch and then back to work. When call rates where slow we would chat to each other or in between calls we would chat. The manager on my shift was awesome and sweet and then around the time I found out I was expecting management got new people and it was going downhill. The manager left and I went back to being a stay at home mom after the birth. You would get normal pay the first paycheck and then the second one you would get your commission pay from those enrolled in the program. It was hard being on the phone all that time doing the same speech over and over. Then there were those who would yell because they didn't think it was what it was. The best parts where when you knew you were going to help someone become a homeowner and in between calls when you could chat with your coworkers.