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- Company size201 to 500
- Revenue$25M to $100M (USD)
- IndustryNonprofit & NGO
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I worked during the time they had a Covid shelter and it was all disfuncional. Can’t blame them too much since the task was thrown to them out of no where. Management was hard to come by and absolutely everything was organized and built from scratch. I am sure all the Covid shelters are closed now and they are back to normal. If they do have Covid shelters still though, I would steer clear from them.
Licensed Practical Nurse in Huntington Beach, CA
on July 27, 2021
Organization opens new facilities and leaves the facilities that are old with no help with maintenance, clients etc. There's no room for growth with company.
Site Assitant/Lead in Los Angeles, CA
on June 23, 2021
I do not recommend working for this company. Your job description will state some duties, but then upper management will decide to dump 10 other tasks on top of your workload, and then criticize and belittle you when you cannot handle or complete it all. Managers and supervisors play favorites, their favorites will do whatever they want but if you are not a favorite and do the same thing you will be threatened that it is "grounds for termination" or treated and spoken to rudely. Also, when it comes time for the company to lay people off, if they choose you, they will notify you ONLY 1-2 days before your last day, sometimes you will even find out through a text message or phone call. HR will never tell you anything directly, they will vaguely state something and expect you to figure it out alone. ALL of the employees there are rude and full of themselves. NONE of the employees get along with one another. This workplace is TOXIC. I hated going into work every day and I was only there for a short period of time. Stay far away from this place!
Medical Staff in Orange County, CA
on June 19, 2021
Very fast pace work place. There is always something new to learn and something new to do. Working with the homeless population has taught me a lot and the managers have been very helpful with helping me approach difficult situations with clients. There has been a lot of changes in positions but I think that is only due to covid. They have been doing their best with trying to protect staff from getting covid and implemented several changes. The organization seems to care about the staff and care about the people they serve.
Site worker in Anaheim, CA
on February 6, 2021
This non profit is very unorganized and I found little support or instruction working in outreach. Pay was not good at all especially for the dangerous situations you were put in. A lot of bureaucracy and not an overall nice place to work.
Outreach case manager in Santa Ana, CA
on January 26, 2021
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