Bengali Interpreter (Former Employee) – Fall River, MA – July 18, 2018
If I hadn’t moved I’d still be working there it was an amazing place to work. The managers and supervisors always helped with any problems and the staff were friendly.it was a relaxing place to work no drama
Housing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – June 29, 2018
An A-Ok company to work for. Not the best clients and co-workers but pay and benefits are good. Promotions are also fast. If you like to drive to different places at least 4x a week then this place is for you. You will need to travel to different counties to check on your clients once a month per client. So if you have 30 clients, that’s how many visits you will need to do per month.
Residential Counselor (Former Employee) – Fall River, MA – June 25, 2018
Working at People Inc was an enjoyable experience. I was able to work with some great people and clients along the way. It was a great feeling to be liked be the people we cared for so much. Great times !!
Mental Health Practitioner (Current Employee) – Coon Rapids, MN – April 1, 2018
A typical day could be very fast paced and stressed or very relaxed. The management was great, easy to talk with. The culture there was very caring and close knit. The hardest part of the job completing intake and making sure everything else gets completed.
Receptionist Assistant (Former Employee) – Amherst, NY – March 20, 2018
I would start my day by shredding important documents, making copies, faxing important documents, and mailing less important ones. I was also in charge of the Self Advocacy birthday card project where advocates would design birthday cards and we would send them out for their birthdays.
Case Manager (Current Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – March 4, 2018
Over the few years I have been employed there it has changed almost completely. All new management and my job is not the same as what I was hired for. Not as supported as when started. High employee turn over and nothing has been done to improve that. Client care seems to be a second thought in comparison to when I started. It is extremely disappointing.
Flexible daily schedule
Management being allowed to treat employees poorly.
Mental Health Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Apple Valley, MN – February 12, 2018
I currently work for People Incorporated. All in all, I get compensated fairly for the work I put in. But then again, the management is fairly hands off. If you have an issue with management or HR, they will throw you under the bus with quickness. I also work a fairly off shift with not much communication from management. Which is the way I want it.
You don’t have to find your own coverage for sickness and their PTO is fairly generous. They are phasing out sick time though.
The raises at 3% are fairly standard for industry.
Health Insurance, PTO is fairly generous
Management will NOT have your back nor HR, cliquish
Mental Health Practitioner (Former Employee) – St. Paul, MN – January 10, 2018
Work day and training was always organized and respectful. I learned a work environment can be very respectful even between a superior and subordinate. The hardest was working overnight shift. The most enjoyable was pay day and working with disabled adults.