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Enjoy the residents but otherwise feel like I’m spinning my wheels going nowhere after five yes in.

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Keystone Human Services offers a very generous paid time off (PTO) benefit. PTO may be used for vacation, medical leave and/or personal reasons consistent with KHS policies and subsidiary procedures.
PTO is accrued bi-weekly in hourly increments based on the employee’s bi-weekly hours, length of service and job status (exempt/non-exempt). Full time, nonexempt employees accrue 20 days per year and full time, exempt employees accrue 25 day per year. Part-time employees accrue PTO based on 20 hours/week. Casual status employees, temporary employees, and interns are not eligible to accrue PTO. PTO accrual amounts increase based on years of service.

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Not proud to tell others PTO/Holiday pay is zero if you’re a “casual” employee despite working 36+ HR wks.

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Street clothes

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I forget it was so long ago, but I know it is fairly quick. I interviewed, accepted the position, went to an orientation and training (about 16 hrs) completed homework which I was later reimbursed for my time spent on that, then I did a week or two of "shadow shifts" where I worked with an experienced CSA and learned through hands-on involvement. That was about it.

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Not a very good environment. Lots of risque language, harrassment from some employees, lots of confusion, cliques. Uncomfortable at best, unbearable at worst.

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The management. They are the biggest hypocrites. I have never been so baffled with a company in all of the jobs I've worked. They disregard ANY concerns you have, they don't care about your outside life as you are forced to work any days they choose or fear getting g written up/fired, and will literally tell you "this is how it is, get over it or find a new job". They justify any issue that is clearly caused by management, and blame the employees. They ar so inconsistent about policies/rules, and certain supervisors like to make up their own rules, and they will make you feel horrible if you have to call off sick. I could literally go on for hours. The ONLY reason to not leave is the pay.

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Not happy no future

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The company randomly drug tests. They also check clearances and driving records.

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I never got a raise working here.

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