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What is the work environment and culture like at National Youth Advocate Program?


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The work environment is very team work oriented, positive, laid back, and solution oriented. This is the first time I worked for a company where my manager, the executive director, and the CEO actually listen to and incorporate your input instead of just giving orders. I was a program manager at my previous job but, here I don't feel like I need to be in a position of authority to make an impact on my team or the youth. You definitely feel empowered.

Answered - Treatment Coordinator (Current Employee) - Decatur, GA

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Stressful, poor pay; they do not care about their employees, management doesn't seem to care about line staff and you will never meet them because they don't care as long as you support their salary. Too management top heavy.

Answered - Therapist/Counselor (Current Employee) - Ohio

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I have always felt very supported. NYAP is like a family and they go out of their way to help one another when needed. I have always felt like my ideas were heard and that my opinions are valued.

Answered - Program Supervisor (Current Employee) - Columbus, IN

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A work in progress to improve the environment and the cultural.

Answered - Licensed Social Worker, Treatment Coordinator (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH

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