Next Steps Community Services
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Direct Support Professional in Conway, NH
on April 22, 2022
Love working here most of the time. Upper management isn't really involved in the day to day. The people that work on the floor are really dedicated to their jobs, sometimes having to work 90 hours a week.
Front Office Administrator in Madison, NH
on August 3, 2022
Next Steps Community Services cares about their staff and clients. I am blown away by the Team man ship of Staff Members, Management and Clinicians. Together they compassionately work hard and strive every day to make the best living situations for their clients. They are dedicated to providing a wonderful life not only to clients, to their staff also. I am honored to work with such compassionate, caring and professional people. A great place to work, full benefits, competitive wages. A company you can count on, with ft year-round work in a seasonal region. Life is Good at Next Steps Community Services!
DCP in Bethlehem, NH
on May 10, 2022
Perspective employees would do well to consider the risk of personal injury that is possible. The physical restraining of clients is required by policy to prevent their escape from the program, as well as to prevent harming themselves or others. These can be violent individuals! For those new to this field of work, carefully consider and reconcile for yourself the risk of personal injury with the very, very low pay you’ll receive for the type of hands-on work you’ll be responsible for.
Direct Support Professional in Bethlehem, NH
on April 9, 2022
In true Becket fasion leadership did not get there because they have the skills needed for their position, but rather just by staying employed for a longer duration. Management uses fear and shame as their primary technique and don't have the ethical integrity to support clients or staff in the way that they deserve. Ethical training and human services training for employees is a joke and therefor sets employees up to either fail or to push through while being unhappy.
Staff in New Hampshire
on February 22, 2022
Working for next steps can be a for filling job working with the clients, but management leaves much to be desired there is a little room for advancement and if you do it advance there is no training but you were held to unrealistic expectations. The raises that you are promised and reviews very rarely happen. The work environment is very toxic and that’s not because of the clients.

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