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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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I started to hate meeting new people because a natural question to ask someone is where they work and what they do. I hated telling people what I did and where I worked.

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

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To advance in my career as Social Worker.

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Their intellectual disabilities programs will probably be around but the other departments will probably not be.

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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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