I don't mind
I am always proud to tell people I worked for them. They saved my life and allowed me to save others.
Answered - Youth Services Coordinator (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH
I don't really know, it's a comfortable, uncomfortable situation. The actual job you have to stay real hush hush about the goings on there, i'll agree as well there is retaliation for any criticism of the organization. They deal with company culture issues by ignoring them. And if they find you're a problem they deal with you quickly and quietly and move on about the day.
There is retaliation for any criticism of the organization. They deal with company culture issues by ignoring them. In several service areas if you're not in with the director or clinical supervisors you're out of the clique. No room for real advancement - most promotions go to friends. Training does not consist of how your actual service area works, objectives of the area or the types of clients you are expected to deal with. More concerned with getting grants renewed than the actual outcomes of the clients. Hierarchy and service areas constantly shifting. Exhausting.
Answered - Employee (Former Employee) - Cincinnati, OH