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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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Working with the individuals is rewarding but that's about it.

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Street clothes

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When I first began at Keystone I was very proud to state where I worked. As a few years passed I began to feel somewhat uncomfortable as the company was developing a bad reputation within the county and outside the county psychiatric hospitals.

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

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Terrible inless you like lots of overtime. You are hired for a set schedule and then find that they just plug you in anywhere. Also, schedules are posted just a few days before-hand, not enough notice

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Be sure you clarify exactly what your job description is, as well as possible descriptions of "other duties as required". Make sure you fully understand benefits and company policies. The policies are tedious and challenging to get through, but do it you wont regret it.
Most all of the staff at the mid level positions are awesome to work with. Many of the direct care staff are challenging to work with. The very low starting wage does not bring in the best options for staff and positions tend to be filled as a warm body is needed

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I will not be there in the future. Not the best fit for me.

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