Case Manager (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – July 26, 2018
The job looks easy but it requires a lot of traveling with the clients and feels like not earning enough living wage. However, the job is interestingly enough to learn the professional career job for the future.
Interpreter for the Deaf/Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – York, PA – June 14, 2019
Enjoyed my time there as an interpreter. Handled cases in and out of the office. Every day was different which kept it very interesting. We did relay calls and traveled to different locations to interpret.
Secretary / Receptionist (Current Employee) – Jamestown, NY – June 8, 2019
I enjoy my position at Lutheran. I would recommend Lutheran to others searching employment. I would continue to stay with Lutheran but the recent announcement of combining offices makes my drive to the West Seneca office impossible.
Management is down right nasty. They are liars and do not know how to manage effectively. They gossip and spread your business amongst other staff. The organization is chaotic and has ZERO structure. They won’t even allow you creative ability to set one for yourself. I never met so many rude, unprofessional and culturally insensitive group of people in my life. Horrible experience from the time I was hired until I resigned.
Disaster Case Manager (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – May 14, 2019
I loved working as a disaster case manger. The upsides are that the pay was great, and the work/life balance was top notch. Helping people recover from a disaster was very rewarding. Supervisors were supportive and caring. The downsides of working there is that it is the length of time it took to help clients, and that it was a temporary position.
case planner (Former Employee) – New York, NY – May 12, 2019
The last person I was supervised was by the Executive Director of the agency. She was not a pleasant person to work with. Her demeanor was unprofessional at times and she held so much hostility towards her employees whenever she had a personal issue with them. The previous supervisor I was supervised by was excellent however; she left the company which lead me to be supervised by the Executive Director of children services.
Unpleasant Executive Director of Children Services
Behavioral Health Specialist (Current Employee) – Fargo, ND – April 23, 2019
You tend to have staff who are overworked and management who will not pick up the slack. Management will takes weeks to reply to an email or address a situation. They say they care, but they really don't and are not there for employees.