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Intercept Youth Services is "the" best place I've ever worked. Department heads are invested in employees and they promote the organization values. The organization values kinda bond the organization. We all know what's important at our core and we strive to represent those values. They are, in fact, the kind of values we as individuals aspire towards, so it helps that the organization we work for supports us in that. Also, the organization promotes positive growth by recognizing employees peer-to-peer with something called TAPIs. I'm not sure what TAPI stands for, but it's a TAPI is a way to recognize someone for demonstrating organization values. Every meeting my dept has starts with sharing TAPIs. It's a wonderful positive way to build each other up. And it makes people LOOK for the good in others. Helps the sender and the receiver grow. The culture at IYS is very positive...promotes teamwork as well as individual growth. I couldn't ask for a better place to work. I'll be with IYS for a long time....

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Remember that your workers have a life outside of their job. People do not want to work for a company who consistently threatens write ups when you can't go beyond your job duties or work on your time off. They don't care if it's illegal.

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My hours varied an they were never set; I basically set my own hours because the vastness of the locations of my clients. It was a time to schedule to where you could make if you had the clients, I never had the clients to be full time. All my clients had been all scattered all over the place because of they were all over the Commonwealth.

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Considering this field is High demand of paper work but without documentations days its not fair. just rude. and that DOES NOT interfere with ones personal time. During your "week off" its either PTO or LWOP even on salary so you still have to choose one of your personal days to do notes. To be honestly one can not complete all of the notes with in a school day and bill. Lets be real not trying to troll the company or employors just telling the truth. ive seen peers stress out try to "cope" just to keep up. People dont mind working but would like to feel like they grow instead of drown.

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Proud. It was great experience.

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I have been offered the job but haven’t started the official hiring. I was told that HR has to get in contact yet I stilled haven’t been contacted.

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Bachelors degree

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Smooth and fast response. Provided the top layer of the cake, of course business, when there is 7 layers under that haven't been explained.

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Ask questions a the manager credentials.

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You have to come in sick.

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