Case Manager (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – March 23, 2019
Great place to start a career Many different Opportunities in working with Individuals with disabilities. Started as a job coach and now working residential housing. Room for growth. Great people to worth with and inviting.
Program Counselor (Current Employee) – Woodbridge, CT – October 20, 2018
Needs to give bonus to staff and increase the pay rate, other than the pay it’s an excellent company to work for, you can expand in the work place. They provide you with all the training like CPR, First Aid, Med. Cert
PROGRAM COUNSELOR (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, CT – October 11, 2018
I am a team player love to help others. When I'm at work I love to be busy do my best on what needs to be done. I loved going out with my individuals out in public cause they enjoyed themselves. The hardest time/ times is when your coworkers not doing their job. I learn customer service and to be a team leader.
House Manager, Norwalk (Former Employee) – Connecticut – September 22, 2018
The work culture is bad. The management is poor and often has no control over staff. A lot of cliquism. Overall, I Would not recommend this place to anyone. Not much positive I have to say for this place.
Paraprofessional (Current Employee) – West Haven, CT – August 14, 2018
love working at this place will do for a part-time job Managers will work with you. I have no complaints. Each day carries a different experience. Working with different clients give you a reason to go to work. The back and forth with different clients I enjoy my job.
Residential Program Manager (Former Employee) – Woodbridge, CT – August 10, 2018
Worse DDS funded agency in the state of CT. The employees are ghetto and unprofessional. The employess are lazy and management and CEO does nothing to better the agency as long as the group homes are up and running.
Its all about who you know at Marrakech not your experience, abilities, accomplishments or education. Therefore, few in management positions are qualified to be there or have the capacity to do their job. Add that to very little training and no communication (except a whole lot of gossip) and you have a huge turnover rate with a mess of a company. And Human Resources is unprofessional, some can't seperate the street from the office, and they can't seem to remember that HR is supposed to be there to represent the employees not have an agenda with the managers!
I handles payroll for the company I learned how to work with clients with mental disorders Management was nice and informative The culture was diversified Collecting all timesheets before payroll could be completed Working with clients and staff and learning how to adjust to mental incapable clients.