Maintenance Technician I / Welder (Former Employee) – Plant City, FL – May 20, 2018
Great job great employees all around great place to work to support a family. As a technician the work environment is demanding but safety is a priorty. Management very easy to work with and very understanding of family events and issues.
Caregiver (Former Employee) – Rockford, IL – May 17, 2018
love being round the disable women in the house always laughter cooking washing hardest part being away from my family on the weekend 12 hour shifts taking them to our house for hoildays when they didn't go home
Direct Support Supervisor/CMA (Current Employee) – Urbandale, IA – May 12, 2018
Mosaic as a whole is a great place to work. The focus on the team aspect of serving individuals with disabilities. The only downside is Mosaic seems to get tunnel vision when it comes to assisting there homes. They sometimes sacrifice the well being of there other group homes to save one.
Direct Support Professional (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – May 10, 2018
I would spend my day caring for individuals with special needs. Some days they could be violent and others could be mild. I learned to stay out of the violent ones way. If not how to smooth them over. Management didn't help the situation. The work place was cutthroat and most of the staff did as little as possible.
DIRECT SUPPORT ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Beatrice, NE – May 8, 2018
I loved working at Mosaic. They work with your schedule! I was a full time student while working at Mosaic, and they always understood that I was a student first, and allowed me to take time off when I needed time to study
Direct Care Manager (Current Employee) – Rockford, IL 61108 – May 2, 2018
This organization is in dire need of a rebuild. From the director down. The organization is stuck in a field of groupthink and the person who is making all of the decisions has no clue about residential treatment services. I have never worked for a company in my life that is in such dispair. While working here I began to feel bad for the individuals who were in their care. Anytime a company is receiving anywhere from 80-120,000 a year to take care if an individual they should receive more than 50 dollars a month to attend to all of there needs. The lies that are told and the way that they hide when the state is coming in to check things is hillarious. Maybe if the state came without giving warning then they would see how the clients, as well as employees, are treated. For this reason alone, there turnover rate is higher than call centers and there arent enough managers to manage the homes. This leads to burn out and individuals who are qualified to leave the organization. You can’t tell the director or associate director anything innovative to do to help the organization. They ask for ideas, but nothing is never used unless it benefits them directly. Stay away from this pit.
Direct Support Assistant (Former Employee) – San Angelo, TX – May 2, 2018
most days at mosaic was a good day. we never had any behaviors unless once a blue moon someone would act bad but it wasn't not for the whole day. i really enjoyed working with the consumers I learned a lot from them and how they do things a certain way and it made me look at things different.
Temporary Retail Training Specialist (Former Employee) – Pinellas County, FL – April 26, 2018
Went to several locations to educate staff on new item coming to stores and on the items that were already in stores. They gave me a list of things to do and I was able to complete them on my own schedule.
Dsa/MA (Current Employee) – Axtell, NE – April 24, 2018
They expect too much of staff. What used to require eight staff is being done with four these days. Staff are overworked and underpaid. Call ins for illness are frowned upon (even if contagious) and you have to make up the call in on your next day off.
Direct Support Staff (Former Employee) – Coffeyville, KS – April 13, 2018
the management wasn't very good their was more favoritism going on you never could hardly take your personal time off they always tell you not enough workers you never get your PTO because you are always at your max
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Osceola, IN – April 6, 2018
Overall, Mosaic is a great place to work. Executive Director and most management are gifted leaders and have a passion for the individuals served. Strong team to work with and the individuals are a great joy to be around. The biggest downfalls of the job apply to management positions. Work-life balance leans heavily towards work and one level of management is divisive to the team.
Benefits, Great team, Rewarding career
Horrible work-life balance and divisive personality (Management positions)
HR DIRECTOR (Former Employee) – Corsicana, TX – March 27, 2018
Mosaic made me grateful for everyday life because you see the clients without so much. I had to leave to work from home due to a divorce. I through a Christmas party on a $500 budget for 250 people, and still to this day it is talked about.