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Embarrassed. I got to see first hand how the clients were treated... I don't even recommend them to people looking for services or even an internship. Horrible company.

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Ok-quite a few providers are leaving/abruptly left without even giving a notice to NAL and especially to patients and process of getting medical records sent/forms competed take longer than expected/unnecessary.

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8hrs with unpaid 30min break (honestly we deserve more time to collect ourselves/destress/self-care). Strict on punching on time as punching in a few minutes late (even 1 minute) is consider "late".

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Have managers attend mandatory mental health training, so they know how to treat their employees better. They need to understand their employees also could be struggling with their own mental health. I understand they are managers & need to make sure things are run smoothly, but treating employees better helps everyone.

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Having to take messages for call backs that leads to just a bunch of unnecessary phone tags (especially, can't provide provider's direct #), having to tell patients they're unable to re/schedule due to insurance or they have to private pay ($$-$$$), termed due to attendance histories/behavior, balance that needs to be paid, etc., no over-night nurses to help patients who need a med refill asap/in crisis during after-hours and now get off from work an hour early than others, and pressure to answer a lot of calls.

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If I were to no longer to move up in the company and needed to make more money.

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In general it’s very good. The health insurance could be better but I think it’s pretty comparable with what is out there right now (high deductibles).

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The interview process depends on the role you are applying for. Overall, we request that you submit an application through our online application at www.nystromcounseling.com. We typically conduct phone interviews as the first step, and then set up a second interview for you to meet with the manager of the position you are applying for. If you are interested in clinical positions, there are usually two interviews.

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No there is not.

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No unless it's needed

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