Rio Vista Behavioral Health
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    Marie Alvarez
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Behavioral Health Associate/Driver in El Paso, TX
on June 14, 2021
Working with the patients was mostly a pleasure, even when they were difficult. Direct management left much to be desired. No support offered. Others were able to take days off with no notice, but I was not, even when I found my own coverage. Bosses did not offer support, nor did they side with employees when problems were brought to their attention. This, to the extent of avoiding me when I tried to contact them about an issue for several days. HR director is rude and generally talks over people.
Cook in El Paso, TX
on May 30, 2021
Management works with you as far as time off goes but favoritism is prevalent throughout the kitchen. Staff is highly entitled and will work towards your loss of employment wether voluntary or through complaints. Boss tries to maintain order but is too afraid of losing his favorites so nothing gets done.
Nurse in El Paso, TX
on April 28, 2021
I was excited to start my career here as I've wanted to work on mental health as a nurse. However, this place is horrible!! The management only cares about money, all the supervisors are friends and seems to be the only reason they hold that title, they treat staff poorly. There's a high turnover rate for a reason! There alot of unsafe practices done here for the sake of money. The supervisors speak poorly to their employees. So many things i can go on about. Work here if you need the money i guess.
Receptionist in El Paso, TX
on April 7, 2021
Ceo does not know how to run a business and does not care about employees or patients. Doctors do not pay attention to patients it is a day care rather than an actual hospital to help patients.
RN Staff Nurse in El Paso, TX
on March 27, 2021
If you value the license you worked so hard to achieve, the nursing ethical practices you learned, and a positive work environment, DO NOT, consider working at this poorly ran facility. There are much better options out there you can consider and better companies that can help you achieve growth and career development.

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