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Having to place yourself with emotional and financial wear and tear chasing after clients when you can’t know for sure if they are avalable yet management only caring about productivity. Having a lack of support and rather than teamwork co workers out for themselves and steal clients.

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Train your supervisors how to empower skilled and hard working staff rather than being self absorbed and only caring about looking good with productivity

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Somehow they’ve been able to stay in business despite a terrible administration and management group. The only ones who stay are either managers or those who are slaves to the administrators. The company probably survives fiscally or financially by large contributions or endowments by wealthy philanthropists, not by Medicaid money alone.

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It was an awful experience in almost every way you can imagine. Disrespect toward staff who are seen as easily replaceable. Please don’t get into this very dysfunctional human service system.

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Sick time is based on tenure and earned monthly

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Ensuring you meet your daily productivity hours

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Healthcare, sick and vacation

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An average day at Murtis Taylor can be anywhere from 8-10 hours. That depends on the schedule for that day and the amount of time it will take to complete notes for each client seen.

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It was a very easy and quick process once all information was turned in.

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