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44 questions about working at OhioGuidestone
The children I work with every day
Answered May 6, 2020
Higher pay and lowered productivity expectation.
Answered August 30, 2018
Pace is uncertain as this agency and medical management team lacks structure,are inexperienced and unknowledgable in the mental health field,they are clueless:( ,,is the main reason I resigned!
Answered December 20, 2016
Loathe it. IF you’re lucky enough to work with a good team on your shift, you can actually make a difference— However, all the work you’ve done on your shift is completely undermined and undone with the next shifts. Ohio Guidestone is just using kids to make as much money as they can. Management is HORRENDOUS! I have never ever worked in such a place. Nobody has any idea what they are doing, and you will be targeted by everyone if you speak up, and I literally mean everyone. You would have to write the state to get anything fixed.
Answered December 7, 2018
Full time employees receive vacation, sick and personal days. OhioGuidestone pays the monthly premium for medical benefits. Free CEU and supervision offered to clinical employees.
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March 5, 2018
Whoever stays the longest
Answered July 10, 2022
All interviews were done via telephone or video conferencing (Microsoft Teams). Had one telephone screen with HR, one Teams interview with the supervisor, one group interview via Teams. The screen and interviews were not difficult, especially for someone with a lot of interviewing experience.Interview scheduling and timeline was extremely disorganized. I was told several times that I would hear back about scheduling the next step or about a decision on an offer on a certain day. I either received no communication without my prompting them first, or heard back several days later than originally told. The entire process was much more time consuming and disorganized than it should have been - which does not instill confidence in the organization of the company itself.
Answered June 29, 2021
Answered February 16, 2021
The hours are very flexible. I choose any 40 hours in a week to work. However, you must keep 58% productivity which can be very challenging.
Answered May 6, 2020
Yes ohioguidestone pay for medical insurance for employee and the family.
Answered July 19, 2018
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