Personal Involvement Center, Inc.
2.6 out of 5 stars.
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  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Civic & Social Services
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Driver in Los Angeles, CA
on December 28, 2020
Started over 25 years ago for this low income community has done outreach, established programs to help children and families stay together and provide help to those that really need it and continues to do the work that people need today and for the upcoming years.
CSP in South Central Los Angeles
on August 14, 2021
Great work community, and provides excellent support to communities. This organization is trying to make a change! I learned management skills, worked throughout several communities and gained so much knowledge which helped guide me while in the field and with my cases. This is a company where the job is what you make of it. If you choose to get involved and cooperate, the job can definitely teach you the skills you need to succeed in this industry. PIC grooms their employees to be high quality candidates for promotions. While working here, I was promoted twice in one year. I would recommend this company to anyone who is willing to do the work. The benefits I received here were impeccable!
Accountant in Gardena, CA
on March 7, 2021
Directors pretend to care for their subordinates, but they really don’t. I saw one director fire an employee to set an example to the rest of her team of what could happen to them if they disagreed with her. Also, there is only about 3 directors that make good money, the rest of the organization is barely earning a livable wage. And it’s mission? What mission? All the managers care about is getting their funding from LA County.
Case Manager/IHOC in Lancaster, CA
on August 5, 2020
Horrible place to work. Administation treats professionals like they are second class citizens and the treatment of clients Is deplorable. They never have funds for the needed furniture or even beds for FAmily Preservation clients even though they receive funds specifically for that. Expect social workers to find used mattresses for their families. Yet they have drivers to drive administrators all over LA and company cars and vans - yet no Christmas gifts for clients children ?
Wrap around therapist in Los Angeles, CA
on January 18, 2020
Worse experience of my professional life. Manager thinks she can intimidate and increase her tone to make her points come across as a leader? Poor ego and team building characteristics. She's no where near understanding mental health because it's not her education focus.

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